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9 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1519 



REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR GENERAL 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1918 



VOLUME III 

PARTS V to Z 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

J. »b LABROQUERIE TACHE 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1919 



[No. 1—1919] 



9 GEORGE V DOCUMENT PARLEMENTAJRE No. 1 A. 1919 



RAPPORT 



DE 



L'AUDITEUR GENERAL 



POUR 



L'EXERCICE CLOS LE 31 MARS 

1918 



S . .itas "X 

BIBLIOTKfcCA . j 

VOLUME III 

PARTIES VaZ 



IMPRlUt PAR ORDRE DV PARLEMENT 




OTTAWA 

J. DE LABROQUERIE TACHE 

IMPRIMEUR DE SA TRES EXCELLENTE MAJESTY LE ROI 

1919 

[N° 1—1919) 



9 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



A. 1919 



TABLE OF CONTENTS, 



Volume I. 



Introduction 

Treasury Board Over-ruling 

Treasury Board ( 'orrespondence 

( >>r respond onrc re. Civil Service Act.... 

Appropriation Accounts 

Revenue Summaries 

Arrears due 



Details of Expenditure and Revenue. 

Agriculture Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

" Conservation Com- 
mission Expen 

Archives Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Auditor General's Office — Expenditure 

Customs Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

External Affairs Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Finance Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Governor General's Office — Expenditure.. 

Revenue 

Indian Affairs Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Inland Revenue Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Insurance Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Interior Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 



Page. 


a — 


2 


a — 




a — 




b— 


2 


b— 


52 


b— 


54 


A— 


2 


A— 


99 


A— 


97 


B— 


2 


B— 


,5 


C— 


2 


D— 


2 


D— 79 


E— 


2 


E— 


4 


F— 


2 


F— 


46 


G— 


2 


G— 


3 


H— 


2 


H— 


57 


I — 


2 


I — 


33 


J — 


2 


J — 


3 


K— 


2 


K— 


84 



VoLUMK II. 

Justice Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Labour Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Legislation— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Marine & Fisheries Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue. 

Militia & Defence Dept. —Expenditure. ... 

Revenue 

Mines Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Naval Service Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue , 

Post Office Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Printing & Stationery Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue.... 
Privy Council Office — Expenditure 



Volume III. 



Public Works Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Railways & Canals Dept.— Expenditure. 

Revenue 

R.N.W.M. Police Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Secretary of State Dept. — Expenditure... 

Revenue 

C.S.Com.-Exp... 

Rev... 

Trade & Commerce Dept. — Expenditure.. 

Revenue 



Volume IV. 
War Appropriation — Expenditure. 



Pagi. 
L— 2 

L— 40 
M— 2 
M— 7 
N— 2 
N- 67 
O— 2 
0-117 
P— 2 
P- 77 
Q- 2 
Q— 20 
R- 2 
R— 99 
S— 2 
S— 177 
T— 2 
T— 45 
U— 2 



V- 2 
V— 259 
W— 2 

W-297 
X— 2 
X- - 22 

y— 2 

Y— 7 
Y— 7 
Y— 11 
Z— 2 
Z— 27 



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9 GEORGE V 



DOCUMENT PARLEMENTAIRE No 1 



A. 1919 



TABLE DES MATIERES. 



Volume 1. 


PAGE. 

a— 2 
a — 

b— 54 
b- 2 
b— 52 

A— 2 

A— 99 

A— 97 
B— 2 
B- 2 
C— 2 
D— 2 
D— 79 
E— 2 
E— 4 
F— 2 
F— 46 
G— 2 
G— 3 
H— 2 
H— 57 
I— 2 
1—33 
J— 2 
J— 3 
K— 2 
K— 184 


Volume II. 

Ministere de la Justice — Depenses , 

Recettes.. . 


PACK. 

L 


Decisions adverses du cons, du Tresor 


L— 40 


Correspondanee du cons, du Tresor 


Ministere du Travail — Depenses. 


M— 2 


Correspondance conce^nant laloidu Serv.Civ. 


" " Recettes 


M— 7 


Arrerages dus 

Comptes d 'appropriation 


Legislation — 1 )epenses 

Recettes. . 


N— 2 

N— 67 


Sommaire des recettes 


Ministere de la M,ar. et Peeh — Depenses 

Recettes 

Ministere de la Milice et Def. — Depenses. 

Recettes 

Ministere des Mines — Depenses 


0— 2 


Details des dtpenses et den recettes. 
Ministere de l'Agrieult. — Desenses 


0— 117 
P— 2 
P— 7 
Q 2 


" " Recettes 




Q— 20 
R— 2 


Depenses de la 


Dept. du Service Naval — Depenses 


Com. de Cons 


Recettes 


R— 99 


Division des Archives — Depenses 


Ministere des postes — Depenses 


S— 2 


Recettes 


" " Recettes 


8 — 177 


Bureau de l'auditeur general — Depenses 

Ministere des Douanes — Depenses 


Dep. des imp. et de la pap. — Depenses 

Recettes. . 


T- 2 
T— 45 


Recettes 


Bureau du Conseil prive — Depenses 


U— 2 


Depart, des Affaires exterieures — Depenses.. 

Recettes 

Ministere des Finances — Depenses 


Volume III. 

Ministere des Trav. publics — Depenses 

Recettes 

Min. des Ch. de fer et Canaux — Depenses... 

Recettes 

Royale gend. a cheval du N.-O. — Depenses 

Recettes... 
Secretariat d'Etat — Depenses 






V- 2 

V— 259 


Bur. du Gouverneur general — Depenses 

• " " Revenu ! 


Depart des Affaires des Indiens — Depenses.. 
" Recettes! 

Ministere du Revenu de Tint. — Depenses 

" Recettes. 

Departement des Assurances — Depenses 


W— 2 
W— 297 
X— 2 
X— 22 
Y— 2 


Recettes 


" " Recettes 


Y— 7 


Ministere de lTnterieur— Depenses „ 

" Recettes 


Com. du S. C. —Dep 
Rec. 
Ministere du Commerce — Depenses 


Y— 7 
Y— 11 
Z— 2 




Recettes... 


Z— 27 




Volume IV. 
Approp. de guerre — Depenses 


ZZ— 2 









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9 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1319 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1917-18 



PART V 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



RAPPORT DE L'AUDITEUR GENERAL 

1917-18 



PARTI E V 



MINISTERE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



DETAILS DES DEPENSES ET DES RECETTES 
1— lv 



V— 2 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



1917-18: Public Works: Summary of expenditure. 
1917-18: Travaux publics: Sommaire des defenses. 



Page in 
Part V. 

Page dans 
la partie V. 



cts 



cts. 



Civil Government — Gouvernement civil. 

Salary of Minister 

Civil Government, Salaries 

Civil Government Contingencies 



Chargeable to Capital — Imputable au capital. 

Ottawa Public Buildings — 

Eastern Block, new roof, etc 

' Parliament Buildings, restoration 

Port Arthur and Fort William, harbour and river improve- 
ments •* 

Quebec Harbour, dry dock at Lauzon 

Quebec Harbour, River St. Charles, improvement to naviga- 
tion 

St. John Harbour, improvements 

Toronto Harbour, improvements 

Vancouver Harbour, improvements. 

Victoria Harbour, improvements 



Chargeable to Income — Imputable au revenu. 

Public Buildings, construction and improvements — 

Maritime Provinces 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia 



Experimental Farms, new buildings, etc. 

Fire-escapes for Dominion buildings 

Flags for Dominion buildings , 

Public Buildings, generally 



Maintenance and repairs of public buildings 

Ottawa buildings 

Dominion Immigration buildings 

Dominion Quarantine Stations 

Dominion Public buildings 

• Yukon Public buildings 



Harbours and Rivers, improvements, etc. — 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon 

Generally 



New Dredging Plant, Ontario and Quebec 

Dredging, Maritime Provinces 

Dredging, Quebec and Ontario 

Dredging, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
Dredging, British Columbia 



Gatineau river, new boom. . . 
Slides and booms, generally. 



Roads and bridges 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines, improvements. 



21 
21 
23 

20 
28 

33 
33 
33 
35 



35 

36 

36 

126 

128 



128 
136 
137 
141 
152 
161 
162 
163 
168 
169 

176 
177 

179 
181 
182 

208 
208 

209 
209 



6,209 65 

515,551 95 

37,834 01 



3,643 01 
1,495,386 91 

306,426 46 
953,670 81 

137,357 18 

446,905 13 

876,331 61 

6,515 35 

1,370,005 04 



7,200 36 

192,089 57 

431,810 04 

301,930 49 

18,456 75 



84,617 92 

558 00 

5,140 70 

29,652 30 



922,277 42 

12,534 52 

578 88 

2,170,060 39 

40,006 17 



240,436 76 

10,097 47 

52,156 56 

353,079 22 

250,910 35 

16,292 34 

2,041 27 

93,424 74 

4,272 45 

19,917 93 



21,989 42 
314,621 38 
349,024 50 

48,283 86 
455,466 92 



Carried forward. 



75 85 
3,542 46 


8,104 86 
52,693 07 



559,595761 



5,596,241 50 



951,487 21 



119,968 92 



3,145,457 38 



1,042,629 09 

1,189,386 08 

3,618 31 

60,797 93 



12,669,182 03 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 3 



1917-18: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 
1917-18: Travaux publics: Sommaire des defenses. 



Page in 
Part V. 

Page dans 
la partie V. 



cts 



Ct8. 



Chargeable to Income — Concluded. — Imputable au revenu — Fin 



Brought forward. 



Architectural Staff, salaries 

Monument to His Late Majesty King Edward VII . 
National Gallery 



Chief Engineer's Staff, salaries 

Construction and operation of water storage dams, etc. ... 

Dry docks, inspection 

Georgian Bay Ship Canal Commission 

Operation and maintenance of inspection boats 

River gaugings and metering 

Surveys and inspections 

Accounts Branch, salaries and expenses 

Gratuities specially voted 

To pay R. Dunbar for reporting proceedings of coroner' 

inquest re fire 

Subsidies to dry docks 

Exchequer Court awards 



Chargeable to Collection of Revenue — Imputable a la perception du 
revenu. 



Collection of Public Works revenue 

Slides and booms, maintenance and repairs 

Graving docks, maintenance and repairs 

Harbour and river works, maintenance, etc 

Telegraph Lines, maintenance and repairs — 

Prince Edward Island to Mainland 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces, including 

steamer Tyrian, etc 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia, Mainland 

Vancouver Island 

Yukon Territory 

Generally 



Misce llaneous — Divers. 



Gratuities 

Cost of proceedings before International Joint Commission. 

International Joint Commission 

War appropriation 



Total 

Adjustment with Public Accounts— Rectification avec les comptes publics. 



212 
212 
212 

213 
217 

217 
217 

218 
217 
221 

222 
222 

222 
222 

222 



223 
223 
226 
228 



228 

228 
239 
243 
245 
249 
256 
256 



257 

257 
258 
25S 



Civil Government 

Capital, excluding Marine Department. 
Income. 



Collection of Revenue. 
Miscellaneous votes. . . 



Total. 



51,897 33 

2,702 61 

17,871 15 



384,016 65 

134,739 90 

2,533 36 

5,137 89 

40,970 87 

26,842 29 

64,642 29 

20, 134 01 

21,500 00 

74 40 

140,641 50 

5,851 78 



5,656 76 
55,584 29 
46,037 76 
36,610 29 



13,893 32 

175,390 36 
51,822 05 
74,944 41 
59,311 36 
98,761 90 

219,068 55 
5,566 46 



6,294 68 

3,371 09 

40,710 05 

185,321 11 



12,669,182 03 



72,471 09 



847,084 94 



143,889 10 



698,758 41 



235,696 93 



14,667,082 50 



559,595 61 

5,596,241 50 

7,432,900 95 

842,647 51 

235,696 93 



14,667,082 50 



l|v 



V— 4 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Abate- 
ments. 

Fonds de 

retraite. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Travau \ Publics: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 

Government. 

Gouvornement 
civil. 



250 00 

200 00 
200 00 

140 00 

140 00 

120 00 

70 00 



35 50 

85 00 

65 00 
14 69 
63 75 

62 50 
51 88 

62 50 
51 25 
55 63 
50 00 

45 00 
37 50 
47 50 
47 50 
31 47 

45 48 



K 69 50 



Mlniile, — Ministre. 

Hon. Robert Roger- Apr. 1 to Aug. 22 at $7,000. 

Hon. C. C. Ballantyne, Oct. 3-12 at $7 000 

Hon. F. B. Carvell, Oct. 13 tc Mar. 31 at $7,000. 



Staff — Deputy Minister's Office — Personnel — Bureau du sous-ministre. 

Deputy Minister— 

J. B. Hunter, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 1A— 

G. W. Dawson, 12 m. tc Mar. 31 

A. St. Laurent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. IB— 

G. F. Buskard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" private secretary, Apr. 1 to Nov. 8 at $600 

C. H. Hunter, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. Sarault, 12 m. to Mar. 31 '. 

K. G. Spangenburg, Apr. 1 to Oct. 8 at $2,400 (transferred to Interior 

Dept.) 

Div. 2A— 

B. K. Dibblee, Nov. 9 to Mar. 31 at $1,S00 

" private secretary, Nov. 9 to Mar. 31 at $300 

N. M. Mathe, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2B— 

A. B. Muddiman, 6 m. at $1,250, 6 m. at $1,350 

C. A. Narraway, 3 m. at $1,050, July 1-10 at $1,150 (enlisted) 

R. A. Sauriol, 3 m. at $1,200, 9 m. at $1,300 

Div. 3A— 

A. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. P. Harrell, 3 m. at $1,000, 9 m. at $1.050 

" private secretary, Nov. 9 to Mar. 31 at $300 

A. E. Johnson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. P. Manchester, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,050 

C. Ross, 9 m. at $1,100, 3 m. at $1,150 , 

G. Leyden, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Messengers — 

A Bray, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. J. Cardill, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Dumoulin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Fahey, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. D. Lyness, 6 m. at $750, 4 m. to Jan. 31 at $800 (enlisted) (less 7 d. in 
Apr.) 

F. Twamley, Apr. 1 to Mar. 15 at $950 (resigned) 



♦81 00 


125 00 


140 00 


135 00 


135 00 


125 00 


140 00 


*75 00 


127 50 


92 50 


90 00 


|73 50 


95 00 


8 76 


95 00 


f56 00 



Secretary's Branch — Division du secretaire. 

Div. 1A— 

R. C. Desrochers, 3 m. at $3,400, 9 m. at $3,500 

E. T. Smith, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. IB— 

A. E. Belleau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

O. Bourget, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Chasse, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. H. Colman, 12 m. to Mar. 31 ', 

J. E. Cusson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

N. Desjardins, 12- m. to Mar. 31 

T. N. Doody, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. J. Smith, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 

A. Trudel, 6 m. at $2,500, 6 m. at $2,600 

Div. 2A— 

A. H. Beaubien, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Drouin, jr., 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. J. Guppy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. J. MacKay, 6 m. at $1,850, 6 m. at $1,950 

D. A. McLaughlin, 2 m. to May 31 at $1,050 ($175 paid by Railways and 
Canals: deceased) 

J. St. Denis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. St. Denis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



$ Ct3. 

2, 747 30 

188 17 

3,274 18 



5,000 00 

4,000 00 
4,000 00 

2,800 00 

363 33 

2.S0C 00 

2,400 00 

1,251 60 

710 00 

118 33 
1,700 00 

1,300 00 

293 42 

1,275 00 

1,250 00 
1,037 50 
118 33 
1,250 00 
1,025 00 
1,112 50 
1,000 00 

900 00 
750 00 
950 00 
950 00 

627 06 

909 18 



3,475 00 
3,300 00 

2,700 00 
2,500 00 
2,800 00 
2,700 00 
2,700 00 
2,500 00 
2,800 00 
2,500 00 
2,550 00 

1,850 00 
1,800 00 
2,100 00 
1,900 00 

175 00 
1,900 00 
1,600 00 



635 91 Carried forward. 



87,950 90 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTUEXT: EXPEXDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 5 



Abate- 
ments. 

Fonds de 
retraite. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Travaux publics: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government. 

Gouvernement 
civil. 



eta 



3;635 91 



SO 00 
62 12 
SO 00 
SO 00 
55 00 
34 99 

50 00 
71 25 
79 36 

61 25 
68 75 
60 00 
55 00 

51 95 
65 00 

7 92 

55 00 

62 50 
60 00 

2 69 
60 00 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 
60 00 

52 50 
60 00 
62 50 
60 00 
60 00 
52 50 
57 86 

41 88 

42 50 

38 13 
30 03 

41 25 

39 38 
47 50 
39 60 
38 13 

3 33 
*19 00 

43 75 
47 50 
36 25 
47 50 

42 50 
45 63 
47 50 



105 00 
120 00 



Brought forward 

Secretary's Branch — Concluded. — Division du secretaire — Fin. 

Div.2B— 

L. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. G. Bell, April 17 to Mar. 31 at §1,300 

J. A. Ethier, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. X. Gagne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. Gosselin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. Hill, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,100 (less $401.50 militarv pay) 

E. R. Lafleche, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. Lafontaine, 3 m. at $1,350, 9 m. at $1.450 

L. J. Latour, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,600 less 3 d. in Aug.) 

A. Rivard, 3 m. at $1,150, 9 m. at $1.2-50 

D. T. Robichaud, 3 m. at $1,300, 9 m. at $1.400 

V. A. Taillefer, 6 m. at $1,150, 6 m. at $1.2-50 

R. A. Taplev, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. R. Tracey, 9 m. at $1,3-50, 3 m. at $1,450 (less $335.05 militarv pay) 

A. Tremblav, 6 m. at $1,250, 6 m. at $1.3.50 

M. L. Waine, 2 m. to May 31 at $1,000 deceased) 

Div. 3 A— 

J. Bedard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

0. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. G. Bell, April 1-16 at $1,200 (appointed to 2B) 

J. B. Bessette, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

1. Champagne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. Costigan, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Day, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Delanev, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. H. Deruchie, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

I. Dowling, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



A. Guilmont, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Leveque, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. G. McPherson, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 
C. Nutting, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 



F. Plunkett, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

If. Purvis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,200 (less 12 d. in Feb.) 

Div. 3B— 

E. M.Belliveau, 3 m. at $800, 9 m. at $850 

B. Boucher, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. M. Brownlee, 9 m. at $750, 3 m. at $800 

B. Chene, Apr. 1 to Dec. 15 at $850 resigned) 

B. Hebert, 6 m. at $800, 6 m. at $850 

M. A. Macdonald, 3 m. at $750, 9 m. at $800 

Y . Parent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. Roy, 10 m. to Jan. 31 at $950 deceased ) 

R. E. Stanley, 9 m. at $750, 3 m. at $800 

Messengers, etc. — 

. E. Delage, Apr. 1-22 at $800 resigned) 

E. McG. DesRiviers, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Gauthier, 6 m. at $850, 6 m. at $900 

W. Gosselin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. Grant, 6 m. at $700, 6 m. at $750 

G. Laramee, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 

A. Lorrain, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 

M. McGrath, 9 m. at $900, 3 m. at $950 

W. H. Scrim, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Chief Accountant's Branch — Division du comptable en chef. 

Div. 1A— 

A. G. Kingston, 3 m. at $3,750, 9 m. at $3,850 

Div. IB— 

J. B. E. Bedard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. E. Gagnon, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



6,500 41 



Carried forward . 



$ eta. 
S7.950 90 



1,600 00 


1.242 20 


1,600 00 


1,600 00 


1,100 00 


695 50 


1.600 00 


1,425 00 


1.557 10 


1.225 00 


1.375 00 


1,200 00 


1,100 00 


1,039 95 


1,300 00 


166 66 


1,100 00 


1,250 00 


1,200 00 


53 32 


1,200 00 


1.250 00 


1,250 00 


1,250 00 


1,2-50 00 


1,200 00 


1,050 00 


1,200 00 


1,250 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


1,050 00 


1,157 14 


S3 7 50 


850 00 


762 50 


600 90 


525 00 


757 50 


950 00 


791 70 


762 50 




9.50 00 


575 CO 


950 00 


725 00 


950 00 


850 00 


912 50 


950 00 



3,525 00 

2.100 00 
2,400 00 



149,624 75 



V— 6 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Abate- 
ments. 

Fonds de 
retraite. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Travaux publics: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government. 

Gouvernement 
civil. 



$ cts. 
6,500 41 



110 00 
130 00 
130 00 
105 00 
130 00 

90 00 
92 50 
90 00 
80 00 
85 00 

80 00 
73 75 
80 00 
52 50 
80 00 
72 50 
72 50 
55 00 
52 50 
55 00 
55 00 

50 00 
52 50 
62 50 
50 00 
50 00 

35 00 
50 00 

32 01 

36 25 
41 88 
38 75 
47 50 

37 50 



200 00 
145 00 
350 00 

140 00 
105 00 
125 00 
140 00 
105 00 

125 00 
*44 00 
140 00 
120 00 
130 00 
105 00 
130 00 

135 00 

126 25 
125 00 
125 00 

136 25 

90 00 
80 00 
87 50 



11,864 55 



Brought forward 

Accountant's Branch — Concluded. — Division du comptable — Fin 
Div. IB— Concluded. 

C. S. A. MacKay, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. McR. Minard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Pare, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. H. Stewart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. B. St. Laurent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2 A 

G. R. Barthe, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Gordon, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Johnstone, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. Keeley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Thivierge, 12 m. to Mar. .31 

Div. 2B— 

E. E. Bartlett, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. B. Borbridge, 9 m. at $1,450, 3 m. at $1,550 

J. Bruchesi, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. Cadogan, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,100 

L. T. T. Dube, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

B. F. Hart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

N. Hay, 6 m. at $1,400, 6 m. at $1,500 

N. A. Keating, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Macdonald, 6 m. at $1,000. 6 m. at $1,100 

H. Pratte, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. E. Turner, 6 m. at $1,050, 6 m. at $1,150 

Div. 3 A— 

M. K. Allen, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. L. Anderson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. Langlois, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. H. Lemay, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Lesperance, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Morin, 7 m. to Oct. 31 at $1,250 (deceased) 

G. H. Slack, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3B— 

A. L. Allison, April 1 to Jan. 19 at $800 (resigned) 

C. M. Calder, 6 m. at $700, 6 m. at $750 

E. M. Dunham, 3 m. at $800, 9 m. at $850 

A. Marchand, 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $800 

F. McGovern, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L.J. Smith, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Chiej Architect's Branch — Division de Varchitecte en chef. 
Div. 1A— 

D. Ewart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. W. Fuller, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. L. Horwood, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. IB— 

J. Bain, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. J. Barclay, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. Beaudry, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. R. Billings, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Foulis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. S. Gregory, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. F. Hennessey, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G.N. Hutchison, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Johnston, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. X. Paquet, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. D. Rankin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. S. J. Routhier, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Shearer, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. D. Sutherland, 9 m. at $2,500, 3 m. at $2,600 

J. A. Thompson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. Wiley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. A. Williamson, 9 m. at $2,700, 3 m. at $2,800 

Div. 2A— 

A. D. Anderson, 6 m. at $1,750, 6 m. at $1,850 

W. A. Beaton, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. C. G. Brault, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
149,624 75 



2,200 00 
2,600 00 
2,600 00 
2,100 00 
2,600 00 

1,800 00 
1,850 00 
1,800 00 
1,600 00 
1,700 00 

1,600 00 
1,475 00 
1,600 00 
1,050 00 
1 , 600 00 
1,450 00 
1,450 00 
1,100 00 
1,050 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 

1,000 00 
1,050 00 
1,250 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
729 19 
1,000 00 

640 80 
725 00 
837 50 
775 00 
950 00 
750 00 



4,000 00 
2,900 00 
7,000 00 

2,800 00 
2,100 00 
2,500 00 
2,800 00 
2,100 00 
2,500 00 
2,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 
2,600 00 
2,100 00 
2,600 00 
2,700 00 
2,525 00 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 
2,725 00 

1,800 00 
1,600 00 
1,750 00 



258,257 24 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 7 



Abate- 
ments. 

Fonds de 
retraite. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Travaux publics: Appointemcnts a Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government. 

Gouvernement 
civil. 



$ cts 
11,864 55 



95 00 


80 00 


92 50 


90 00 


105 00 


80 00 


90 00 


43 75 


105 00 


95 00 


173 50 


92 50 


100 00 


80 00 


92 50 


80 00 


88 75 


90 00 


80 00 


90 00 


85 98 


88 75 


96 25 


75 00 


80 00 


51 25 


75 00 


80 00 


80 00 


52 50 


37 50 


82 13 


75 00 


54 94 


75 00 


47 11 


80 00 


80 00 


80 00 


17 90 


73 75. 


75 00 


40 00 


66 25 


73 75 


78 75 


75 00 


75 00 


62 50 


51 25 


71 52 


80 00 


80 00 


75 00 


11 66 


55 00 


8 19 


52 50 


22 98 


77 50 


55 00 



Brought forward. 



16,262 96 



Chief Architect's Branch — Continued. — Division de V architecte en chef— Suite 

Div. 2A — Concluded. 

L. Charron, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 

H. F. G. Dawson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Ferguson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. Gale-Legg, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. A. Hewitt, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. Huber, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. H. Hunter, 6 m. at $1,750, 6 m. at $1,850 

W. King, 6 m. to Sept. 30 at $2,100 (deceased) 

J. B.Lamb, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. A. Lefort, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 

T. J. McLaughlin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. J. Mullarkey, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. H. Pelletier, 6 m. at $1,950, 6 m. at $2,050 

P. D. Reinhardt, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. S. Richard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. Ross, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Scott, 9 m. at $1,750, 3 m. at $1,850 

F. O. Smith, 6 m. at $1,750, 6 m. at $1,850 

J. G. Taylor, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. E. Temple, 6 m. at $1,750, 6 m. at $1,850 

H. S. Tremaine, 3 m. at $1,750, 9 m. at $1,850 (less 21 d.) 

D. Williams, 9 m. at $1,750, 3 m. at $1,850 

D. C. Winter. 3 m. at $1,850, 9 m. at $1,950 

Div. 2B— 

C. Antcliffe, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 

W. Arnold, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. R. Balmer, 9 m. at $1,000, 3 m. at $1,100 

A. E. Barratt, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 

A. Barsalou, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

S. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Boucher, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,100 

H. M. Bradley, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,000 

P. Canty, 12 m. to Mar. 31 ; 

W. C. Chalmers, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 .* 

A. S. Davis, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 (less $401.50 military pay).. 
J. G. Dionne, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 ' 

B. A. Dore, April 1 to Nov. 24, at $1,450 

G. S. Dorval, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. A. Dube, 12 m. to Mar. 31 < 

A. Dubois, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Fortin, 3 m. at $1,550, 9 m. at $1,600 (less $1,230 military pay). . . 
J. C. B. Fulleylove, 9 m. at $1,450, 3 m. at $1,550 

F. O. Hamel, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1, 550 

J. A. Heisler, 6 m. at $1,150, 6 m. at $1,250 (less $401.50 military pay). 

M. W. Hutchinson, 3 m. at $1,250, 9 m. at $1, 350 

J. T. E. Lavoie, 3 m. at $1,400, 9 m. at $1,500 

D. McDonald, 3 m. at $1,500, 9 m. at 1,600 

E. E. Montandon, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 

J. Owen, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 

J. H. Ralph, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. G. Rogers, 9 m. at $1,000, 3 m. at $1,100 

T. Sawyer, 6 m. at $1,550, Oct. 1 to jfeb. 12 at $1,600 (less 2\ d. Dec). 

J. Sharp, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. R. Shehyn, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. L. Smith, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,550 : 

S. G. Tackaberry, Apr. 1 to May 29, at $1,400 (promoted) 

J. W. D. Thompson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. L. Thorburn, Oct. 2 to Nov. 30, at $1,000 

O. B. Von Staffeldt, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,100 

F. H. Wilson, Dec. 11 to Mar. 31, at $1,500 

R. Winter, 12 m. to Mar. 31 -. 

A. B. Wright, 12 m. to Mar. 31 ' 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 
258,257 24 



1,900 00 
1,600 00 
1,850 00 
1,800 00 
2,100 00 
1,600 00 
1,800 00 
1,050 00 
2,100 00 
1,900 00 
2,100 00 
1,850 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,850 00 
1,600 00 
1,775 00 
1,800 00 
1,600 00 
1,800 00 
1,719 43 
1,775 00 
1,925 00 



1,500 00 
1,600 00 
1,025 00 
1,500 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,050 00 

750 00 
1,642 50 
1,500 00 
1,098 50 
1,500 00 

942 47 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 

357 50 
1,475 00 
1,500 00 

798 57 
1,325 00 
1,475 00 
1,575 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,250 00 
1,025 00 
1,354 70 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,500 00 

225 80 
1,100 00 

163 97 
1,050 00 

459 68 
1,550 00 
1,100 00 



346,945 36 



V— 8 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Abate- 
ments. 

Fonds de 
retraite. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Travaux publics: Appointemcnts a Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government. 

Gouvernement 
civil. 



$ cts 

16,262 96 



62 50 


60 00 


36 25 


10 00 


40 00 


4 54 


37 50 


38 75 


37 50 


17 55 


43 75 


36 88 


36 25 


38 75 


36 88 


38 13 


37 50 


38 13 


36 88 


18 63 


18 63 


47 50 



140 00 


160 00 


200 00 


200 00 


190 00 


130 00 


140 00 


140 00 


115 00 


105 03 


130 00 


*56 00 


6 02 


130 00 


*56 00 


108 75 


97 50 


95 00 


101 25 


105 00 


97 50 


97 50 


105 00 


80 00 


80 00 


97 50 


95 00 


92 50 


105 00 



20,353 51 



Brought forward v . 

Chief Architect's Branch — Concluded. — Division de Varchitccte en chef— Fin 

Div. 3 A— 

C. H. Graham, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Lemoyne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. Rouleau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3B— 

E. I. Arthur, 6 m. at $700, 6 m. at $750 

H. M. Bradley, 3 m. to June 30, at $800 (appointed to 2B) 

B. Brousseau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. M. E. Burns, Apr. 1 to May 14, at $750 (resigned) 

L. M. Cardill, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. M. Cassidy, 6 m. at $750, 6m. at $800 

M. French, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. W. Kenny, 9 m. at $800, 3 m. at $850 (less $461.90 military pay). . . 

H. P. Kent, 6 m. a $850, 6 m. at $900 

M. L. Larcher, 3 m. at $700, 9 m. at $750 

M. L. Laurin, 6 m. at $700, 6 m. at $750 

L. E. Mahon, 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $800 

K. McCann, 3 m. at $700, 9 m: at $750 

K. M. McGee, 9 m. at $750, 3 m. at $800 

W. L. McLean, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. O'Donnell, 9 m. at $750, 3 m. at $800 

J. Schryburt, 3 m. at $700, 9 m. at $750 

Messengers — 

J. J. S. Rice, 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $800 (less $401 .50 military pay) 

W. H. Scrim, jr., 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $800 (less $401.50 military pay). 

C. D. Tasse, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Chief Engineer's Branch — Division de Vingenieur en chef. 

Div. 1A— 

K. M. Cameron, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. A. Desrosiers, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. R. Dufresne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. D. Lafleur, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

U. Valiquet, 6 m. at $3,750, 6 m. at $3,850 

Div. IB— 

J. M. Chalifour, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. F:X. Chaloner, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. deB. Corriveau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. M. Davy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. B. Godwin, 9 m. to Dec. 31, at $2,800 (deceased) 

J. Lamoureux, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. J. Robillard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. R. Roy, Apr. 1-30, at $2,800 (less 15 d. in Mar. '17) (deceased) 

J. M. Somerville, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. C. Tache, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Viens, 3 m. at $2, 100, 9 m. at $2, 200 

Div. 2 A— 

H. Bance, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. U. Bray, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. V. Burwell, 3 m. at $1,950, 9 m. at $2,050.-. 

E. Dansereau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

V. Denis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. J. Dunne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. F. Gingras, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Huot, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. E. Larochelle, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. E. Marion, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. E. Moffett, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. C. Patterson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. McD. Walters, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
346,945 36 



1,250 00 


1,250 00 


1,200 00 


725 00 


200 00 


800 00 


90 73 


750 00 


775 00 


750 00 


350 60 


875 00 


737 50 


725 00 


775 00 


737 50 


762 50 


750 00 


762 50 


737 50 


373 50 


373 50 


950 00 



2,800 00 


3, 200 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


3,800 00 


2,600 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,300 00 


2,099 97 


2,600 00 


2,800 00 


120 43 


2,600 00 


2,800 00 


2, 175 00 


1,950 00 


1,900 00 


2,025 00 


2,100 00 


1,950 00 


1,950 00 


2,100 00 


1,600 00 


1,600 00 


1,950 00 


1,9C0 00 


1,850 00 


2,100 00 


432,116 59 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 9 



Abate- 
ments. 

Fonds de 
retraite. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Travaux publics: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government. 

Gouvernement 
civil 



$ cts, 
20,353 51 



57 50 
SO 00 
32 06 
45 98 

70 00 

71 25 
80 00 

78 75 

79 38 
78 75 
71 25 
16 15 
14 38 

80 00 



57 50 
60 00 
34 68 
60 00 
60 00 
62 50 
52 50 
40 56 
57 50 
62 50 

51 88 

52 50 
62 50 
55 00 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 

36 88 
42 50 
28 17 

4 94 
40 63 
39 38 
45 00 
38 75 
45 63 
38 75 

37 95 

38 75' 
7 34 

47 50 
36 88 



X 

*52 00 

97 50 
80 00 



23,112 13 



Brought forward, 



Chief Engineer's Branch — Concluded. — Division de Vingenieur en chef— Fin. 

Div. 2B— 

C. W. Ball, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. L. Cameron, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. Dumoulin, 7 m. to Oct. 31, at $1, 100 (enlisted) 

L. V. Gadbois, 7 m. to Oct. 31, at $1,600 (less 3 d. in Mar. '17: deceased) 

C. J. E. Garry, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. R. Grant, 9 m. at $1,400, 3 m. at $1,500 

C. C. Hampshire, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

S. T. McEvoy, 6 m. at $1,550, 6 m. at $1,600 

J. H. Munro, 3 m. at $1,550, 9 m. at $1,600 

C. Pinard, 6 m. at $1,550, 6 m. at $1,600 

J. H. Ridgway, 9 m. at $1,400, 3 m. at $1,500 

H. R. Sims, 3 m. to June 30 at $1,000 (less Z\ d. in June enlisted) 

J. A. Tapley, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,200 (less $949 military pay) 

J. P. Valiquet, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Div. 3A— 

M. L. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

B. Blais-, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. D. Caldwell, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,250 (less $556.40 military pay) 
M. Connery, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. Desjardins, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. Drapeau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. E. Evans, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. Godwin, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $1, 100 (less $289.30 military pay).. 

A. Laframboise, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. Laframboise, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. B. Mayhew, 3 m. at $1,000, 9 m. at $1,050 

J. H. McElroy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

N. Moffette, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F . O'Hanley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. Rondeau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 .' 

M. L. Roy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Taylor, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

V. D. Tilley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Valade, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. H. Wattsford, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3B— 

E. M. Barnes, 3 m. at $700, 9 m. at $750 

W. Burrows, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. J. Denault, 9 m. to Dec. 31, at $750 

C. E. Gardner, Apr. 1 to May 18 at $750 (resigned) 

F. N. Kelly, 9 m. at $800, 3 m. at $850 

C Langlois, 3 m. at $750, 9 m. at $800 

J. B. Marion, 12 m. to Mar. 31 .' 

J. T. Russell, 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $800 

A. E. Scharfe, 9 m. at $900, 3 m. at $950 . 

M. B. E. Slater, 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $800 

M. E. Welch, Apr. 1 to Aug. 30, at $700, Aug. 31 to Mar. 31, at $800. . . 

Messengers — \ 

W. Boucher, 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $8Q0 

A. Cairns, Jan. 3 to Mar. 31, at $600 

J. P. Labelle, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. Lepage, 3 m. at $700, 9 m. at $750 



Parliamentary Estimates and Geodetic Levelling Survey — Estimes parlementaires 

et arpentage de nivellement geodesique. 
Div. 1A— 

S. E. O'Brien, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. IB— 

J. Vincent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2A— 

J. A. Cantin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 T 

W. E. O'Brien, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
432,116 59 



1,150 00 

1,600 00 

641 62 

920 41 

1,400 00 

1,425 00 

1,600 00 

1,575 00 

1,587 50 

1,575 00 

1,425 00 

240 25 

251 00 

1,600 00 



1,150 00 
1,200 00 

693 60 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,250 00 
1,050 00 

810 70 
1,150 00 
1,250 00 
1,037 50 
1,050 00 
1,250 00 
1,100 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 

737 50 
850 00 
562 50 
98 79 
812 50 
787 50 
900 00 
775 00 
912 50 
775 00 
758 59 



775 00 
146 77 
950 00 
737 50 



3,400 00 

2,600 00 

1,950 00 
1,600 00 



492,128 32 



V— 10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Abate- 
ments. 

Fonds de 
retraite. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Travaux publics: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government. 

Gouvernement 
civil. 



$ cts 



23,112 13 


62 50 
62 50 
60 00 
60 00 
52 50 
62 50 


41 88 

42 50 


42 50 
35 00 



165 00 



98 75 
105 00 
105 00 


53 75 


60 00 
36 64 


40 00 
36 25 


155 00 


60 00 


44 38 



24,593 78 



Brought forward. 



Parliamentary Estimates and Geodetic Levelling Survey — Concluded. — Estimes 
parlementaires et arpentages de nivellement geodesique. — Fin. 

Div. 3 A— 

D. Couture, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. D. Houde, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. Kavanagh, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. H. Moffatt, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. M. Stewart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Sylvain, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3B— 

C. M. Beatty, 3 m. at S800, 9 m. at $850 

M. M. Peterkin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Messengers — 

E. R. Launiere, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

O. Legault, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Telegraphs — Telegraphes. 
Div. 1A— 

D. H. Keeley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2A— 

P. G. Burgess, 3 m. at $1,900, 9 m. at $2,000 

M. W. Crean, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. E. GobeiJ, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2B— 

C. O. Lambert, 3 m. at $1,000 9 m. at $1,100 

Div. 3A— 

J. E. Bray, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. McCloskey, 8 m. to Nov. 30, at $1, 100 (resigned) 
Div. 3B— 

F. Ranger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. G. Watterson, 6 m. at $700, 6 m. at $750 



National Gallery — Galerie nationale: 
Div. 1A— 

Eric Brown, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3A— 

E. L. Snelling, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Messenger — 

F. P. Harbour, 3 m. at $85), 9 m. at $900 



Temporary Employees ($8,589.U) — Employes tempor aires. 



Clerks ($2,050)— 

A. S. Farmer, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

B. Giard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. O'Keefe, 9 m. to Dec. 31 at $600. . . . 

Messengers — 

W. B. Beechworth, 12 m. to Mar. 31... 

C. J. Fahey, 12 m. to Mar. 31, less 6 d. 
A. Richard, 6 m. to Sept. 30 at $600. . . 



War Appropriation (SI, 355.65) — Credits de guerre. 
Clerks— 

G. O'Keefe, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $700 

H. Stacey, April 1-Dec. 10 at $750, Dec. 11 to Mar. 31 at $850. 
Messenger, A. Richard, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 



Total. 



Minister (Page V— 2) 

Civil Government salaries (Page V — 2) 

Civil Government contingencies (Page V — 11 ) 

War Appropriation (Page V— 258) 

Total 



$ cts. 
492,128 32 



1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,050 00 
1,250 00 

837 50 
850 00 

850 00 
700 00 



3,300 00 

1,975 00 
2,100 00 
2, 100 00 

1,075 00 

1,200 00 
733 28 

800 00 
725 00 



3, 100 00 
1,200 00 

887 50 



,000 00 
600 00 
450 00 

600 00 
589 41 
300 00 



175 00 
780 65 
400 00 



526,656 66 



6,209 65 

515,551 95 

3,539 41 

1,355 65 



526,656 66 



"Superannuation Fund No. 1. fSuperannuation Fund No. 2. {35 years' service completed. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 11 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Public Works Department: Civil Government Contingencies. $ cts. 

Ministere des travau v publics: Defenses contingentes du gouvernement civil. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page V— 10) 3, 539 41 

Stationery Office supplies, 12 m. to Mar. 31 2, 936 41 

King's Printer's account: printing, binding, etc 4, 336 59 

Telegrams, $2,471.53; telephone messages, $870.50; postage, $199.22 3,541 25 

Subscriptions to newspapers and publications 713 86 

Street car tickets, $130.12; sundry gratuities, $16.55; soap, $28.53 175 20 

Annual membership, E. Viens, in American Society for Testing Materials, $15, in the American 

Chemical Society. $10; photographic work and supplies, $192.05 217 05 

Matches, $15.60; sundry small items, $14.27 29 87 

Washing towels: Mrs. M. O. Laramee 141 00 

Taxi hire at Ottawa: J. B. Hunter, $4.50; G. Buskard, $5; P. Harrel, $2; K. G. Spange^berg, 

$2; general, $3.75 17 25 

Travelling expenses: Hon. F- B. Carvell, $500; Hon. Robert Rogers, $1,000; R. A. Alexander, 
$17.80; T. Ambridge, $61; E. E. Bartlett, $29,85; C. Beaudry, $78.40; R. Blais, $227.50; 
O. Bourget, $67.90; J. U. Bray, $203.15; P. G. Burgess, $442.35; G. F- Buskard, $6.95; 
W. R. Billings, $40.20; K. M. Cameron, $522.01; J. M. Chalifour, $241.06; S. J. Chapleau, 
$559.45; J. A. Chasse, $87.10; R. de B. Corriveau, $440.48; C R. Coutlee, $62.60; M.-W. 
Crean, $101.70; R. O. Croll, $81.70; A. E. Cross, $610.15; H. A. Cross, $45.25; J.I. 
Cummings, $578.95; J. E. Cusson, $272.85; G. M. Dalgleish, $46.65; G. W. Dawson, 
$466.93; H. M. Davey, $791.26; A. Day, $20.25; V. Denis, $6.35; Miss B. K. Dibblee, 
$45.80; A. R. Dufresne, $740.50; L. A. DesRosiers, $23.50; D. Ewart, $83.47; J. A. Fergu- 
son, $4.10; S. Fortin, $157.35; T. W. Fuller, $529.15; P. E. Gagnon, $36.83; A. Grey, 
$198.92; P. S. Gregory, $456.40; F- O. Hamel, $71.50; W. P. Harrel, $136.43; B. F. 
Hart, $35.80; D. A. Hewitt, $64.57; W. J. Hickey, $229.70; E. L. Horwood, $166.30; B. 
F. Howe, $739.45; E. Huot, $104.35; J. B. Hunter, $133.18; W.J.Jenkins, $15.15; J. 
Johnston, $52.15; J. Jessop, $16.10; J. Johnston, $15.25; S. B. Johnson, $57.27; W.Kerr, 
$942.11; J. Lamoureux, $152.42; A. Langlois, $173.79; G. de G. Languedoc, $98.85; 
M. O. Laramee, $276.90; J. E. Larochelle, $236.45; P. A. Lefort, $353.13;W. M. Lounsbury, 
$220.91; C. S. A. MacKay, $1,741.40; T. J. MacLaughlin, $14; P. MacLuckie, $1,414.35; D. 
McR. Minard, $39.70; D. Murray, $18.65; A. P. O'Meara, $17.35; F- X. Paquet, $232.80; 
H. Pelletier, $89.60; A. Pare, $31.75; J. H. Ralph, $254.90; T. D. Rankin, $9.95; J. S. J. 
Routhier, $14.60; F- Ross, $95.90; A. St. Laurent, $153.90; J. B. St. Laurent, $157.05; 
A. Scott, $7.25; E. T. Smith, $852.76; F- G. Smith, $75.65; F- O. Smith, $68.11; J. F. 
Smith, $18.50; T. J. Smith, $71.10; K. G. Spangenburg, $129.51; J. H. Stewart, 
$62.28; C. D. Sutherland, $239.76; J. G. Taylor, $75.03; A. H.Taylor, $12.80; J. A. 
Thivierge, $1,102.14; H. S. Tremain, $46.40; C. E. Turner, $37.25; J. P. Valiquet, $105.35; 
U. Valiquet, $495.06; J. A. Vermette, $245; D. A. Williamson, $78.05 22, 186 12 

Total, carried to page V— 2 37,834 01 



Ottawa: East Block: New Fire Proof Roof, etc. 
Ottawa: Edifice de l'Est: Toiture neuve incombustible. 

Coldrey& Chapman: ten 2" galv. dart unions, $19.60; 14 soil bends, $27.35; 255 ft. soil pipe, 

$149.31; 23soily's., $39.73; sundry, $55.74 291 73 

Cement, 10 brl., $25.50; galv. iron, $15.68; 2 c.i. manhole frames and covers, $30; 96 pes. white 

enamel wall tile, $11.52; sundry, $35.83 118 53 

Paylists, detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs, page V — 43 3, 232 75 

Total, carried to page V— 2 3, 643 01 



Ottawa: Parliament Buildings: Restoration: Work done under contract No. 11132 by 
P. Lyall & Sons Const. Co. 

Reconstruction des edifices du Parlement a Ottawa: Travaux executes en vertu du 
contrat no 11133 par P. Lyall & Sons Const. Co. 

Superintendent, C. H. Allan, 14 m. to Mar. 31, half salary 3, 500 00 

Asst. superintendent, W. S. Buyers, yr., $3,250; general foreman, V. G. Younghusband , 

yr., $2, 864 6, 114 00 

Foreman of stonework, J. Crawford, 52 weeks 3, 900 00 

Blue-print boys, $316.25; hospital attendants, $438.46 754 71 

Book-keeper, H. Johnson, yr., $2,082.50; assistant bookkeepers, $1,302 ■ 3,384 50 

Bricklayers: at 62^c. per hr., $42,430.50; at 55c. per h., $1,219.60 43,650 10 

Carpenters: at 45c. per h., $36,717.45; at 40c. per hr., $1,766.60 38,484 05 

Carters: at $3.50 per d., $6,235.70; at $3.15 per d., $676.65 6,912 35 

Cement finishers, $839.80; checkers, $2,765.25 3, 605 05 

Draughtsman, R. Williams, 8 wk. at $40, 44 at $45 2, 300 00 

Draughtsmen: at $35 per wk., $1,540; at $30, $2,597.50; at $25, $395.80 4,533 30 

Carried forward 117,138 06 



V— 12 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, lOH-lOlS 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa: Parliament Buildings: Restoration: Work done, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Reconstruction des edifices du Parlement a Ottawa: Travail x executes, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 117,138 06 

Electricians: at 50c. per hr., $286; at 45c, $457.20; at 40c., $1,250.60; at 35c, $636.65; at 

30c, $88.50 2, 718 95 

Civil engineer, N. L. Morgan, y., $2,600; electrical engineer, F. Wilson, 6 m., $1,272.15; mech. 

engineer, H. C. Baker, y., $1,950 5,822 15 

Engineers, boiler, derrick, hoist, etc.: at 50c. per hr., $5,279.50; at 45c., $4,665.35; at 40c, 

$1,678.40; at 35c, $100.80 11,724 05 

Firemen, $378; flex-or-crete roofer, $232.85 610 85 

Foremen: at $7.75 per d., $6,138; at $7, $1,008; at $6.75, $1,515.35; at $6.25, $2,875; at $6, 
1216; at $5.75, $6,600.95; at $5.50, $556; at $5.25, $1,375.50; at $5, $1,435; at $4.50, 

$216; at 60c per h., $211.20; at 45c, $4,358.70; at 40c, $408.80 26,914 50 

Gang-sawyers: at 50c per hr., $3,072.75; at 45c, $359.55; at 40c, $2,449.60; at 35c, $368.20. . 6,250 10 

Labourers: at 30c per hr., $47,882.50; at 25c, $5, 139.60 53,022 10 

Material clerk, $1,260; metal lathers, $1,901.75 3, 161 75 

Modellers and carvers: at $1 per h., $2, 150.50; at 85c per hr., $1,257.05; at 80c, $158.40; 

at 75c, $1,753.40; at 70c, $2, 111.90; at 65c, $881.40; at 60c, $1,366.80 9,679 45 

Planemen: at 60c per hr., $4,896.30; at 55c, $708.95 5,605 25 

Plasterers, $144.60; switch-board operator, $624 768 60 

Riggers: at 40c per hr., $12,646.55; at 35c, $834.50 13,481 05 

Steam-drillers: at 40c per hr., $953.60; at 35c, $2,526.15 3,479 75 

Stenographers, $1,508; tool boys, $1, 195.10 2,703 10 

Stone-cutters: at 60c per hr., $103,301.55; at 55c per hr., $10,036.10 113,337 65 

Stone-cutters' helpers: at 35c per hr., $17,205.35; at 30c, $2, 269.80 19,475 15 

Stone-masons: at 62§c per hr., $95,561.70; at 55c, $5,061.90 100,623 60 

Stone-masons', bricklayers' and builders' helpers: at 35c per hr., $99,033,10; at 30c, $6,379.65 105,412 75 

Superintendent of carving, etc, W. J. Allen 2, 566 65 

Teams: at $6 per d., $5,747.85; at $5.75, $569.25 6,317 10 

Timekeepers and checkers: at $21 per wk., $367.50; at $20, $2,610; at $18, $144; at $13, $481; 

at $1 1 , $88 3, 690 50 

Tool-smiths: at 55c per hr., $7,720; at 50c, $1,072.75 8,792 75 

Watchmen: at 25c per hr., $6,526.50; at 20c, $648 7, 174 50 

Detailed in 1916-17, page V— 19 5,019 40 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., 5 zinc casks, 3,049 lb., $682.98; C. Burke, 50 elm logs, $99 781 98 

Baines & Peckover: 1381b. manila rope, $44.16; steel, 10, 710 lb. reinforcing, $444.47, 29,325 

. lb. sq. twisted, $1,363.61 1,852 24 

Barrett Bros.: 96 lb. flue lining, $65.28; 6 brl. plaster paris, $15.60 80 88 

Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, Q. 6784, April-Mar., $418; tolls, $167.60 585 60 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 25 sockets, $15; 500 ft. telephone wire, $11 .75; sundry, $28.97 55 72 

Birkett, Thos. & Sons: 750 bolts, washers and nuts, $67.75; 36 stable brooms, $39; 32 rolls 
tar felt, $23.10; 12 doz. files, $35.29; forge, $36.50; " Quebec " heater, $12.50; 200ft. hose, 
$52. 13; 6,605 lb. iron, $272.46; 2,000 lead anchors, $45; 12 doz. pails, $120.50; 34 brl. plaster 
paris, $88.30; pipe, $37; 26 rolls 2-ply roofing, $40.20; 2,300 coach screws, $50.80; 2,000 
iron expansion sheets, $83.60; 4 doz. shovels, $43.20; 275 doz. eight-oz. wire tacks, $68.75; 
1 set taps and dies, $15.50; 98 lb. waste, $17.40; 12 wheelbarrows, $124; 2,463 lb. wire, 

$175 . 62; sundry, $418 .33 1, 866 93 

Brunet, E. M.,'2, 620 lb. modelling clay 52 40 

Builders' Sales Ltd.: anvil, $23.49; 34 ft. leather belting, $19.72; 443 bolts and nuts, $157.22; 
1,000 hollow bricks, $15; zinc cask, $138; hose coupling, $35.70; 6 doz. dippers, $19.50; 9 
emery wheels, $76.32; 500 hangers and beam clips, $490; 150 ft. steam hose, $142.50; 
113 kegs wire nails, $525.40; 4 sq. yd. rubber packing, $23.40; ruberoid roofing, 65 rolls, 
$152.50, 115 sqrs., $316.25; 6021b. manila rope, $210.70; 100 rolls tar sheeting, $65; 12 
wheelbarrows, $76; 26 barrow wheels, $45.25; 263 lb. annealled wire, $15.78; 2,952 lb. 

zinc, $752.77; sundry, $198.75 3,499 25 

Campbell, McKee & Williams: Nepean stone, 2,090-395 ton at $5, 962-825 ton at $3.70; addi- 
tional charge owing to bad roads on 301-09 ton, $283.44 14, 297 87 

Campbell, Steel & Iron Works Ltd., 28 electric pull boxes, $1,029.60; sundry, $18.02 1,047 62 

Canada Cement Co.: cartage, $24.95; cement, 3,450 brl. at $2.25, 33,000 brl. at $2.13§; addit- 
ional payment of 5c, amount held on each of 12,587^ brl. delivered in 1916-17, $628.90; 
less cement not delivered, 49-3 brl. at $2.30; less freight, $8, 292.88, and less sacks returned, 

38,999 at 10c .- 66,565 19 

Canada Oil Co.: oil, 2 brl. cylinder, $23.46, 2 brl. headlight, $16.20, 1 brl. hyoil, $39.60, 2 brl. 

lynoii, $89.10; sundry, $46.88 215 24 

Canadian Explosives Ltd.: 3,500 electric blasting caps, $284.80; 10,000 lb. dynamite, $2,600; 

freight, $18.40; galvanometer, $15.75; sundry, $24.57 2,943 52 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co.: leather belting, $54.36; pressure blower, $30; 120 cable clips, 
$54; coupling, $11.70; grinder head, $22; 7 pipe cutters, $182.40; platform scale, $72; 

sundry, $29 . 87 456 33 

Canadian General Electric Co.: 1,275 bushings, $178; 17,200 ft. conduit, $6,142.40; 200 ft. 
couplings, $73.36; 80 elbows, $142.50; " Mazda " lamps, 72 hundred-watt, $54. 244 sixty- 
watt, $109.80; 2, 175 lockouts, $117.80; 36 mica sockets, $18.69; 2,004 ft. n.c wire, $26.35; 
less amount still held, $738.96 6, 123 94 

Carried forward 735,914 47 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 13 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ottawa: Parliament Buildings: Work done, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Reconstruction des Sdiflees du Parle men t a Ottawa: Travaux executes, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward . ; , 735,914 47 

Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co.: 2 rotation bars, $20.40; 2 valve seats, $20.72; sundry, $137.81. . 178 93 

Canadian Northern Railway Co.- freight, on 4,179,000 lb. cement, £2,716.65, on 40,000 ft. 

plank, $16; use of engine, $75- sundry, $21 2,828 65 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: freight, on 4,892,950 lb. cement, $3,180.73, on 72,330 lb. 
conductor's piant, $101.26, on 2,000 lb. derrick, $28. on lumber, $33.75, on 101,700 lb. sewer 
pipe. $96.62, on 24,000 lb. steel, $50.40; sundry, $348.30 3,339 06 

Caverhill, Leamont & Co., 6 doz. globes, $14.99; wire, 540 lb. annealled, $32.55, 1,497 lb. galv., 

$110.51 158 05 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co.: coal, 115 ton at $8.75, 125 755 ton at $8.25, 43-5 ton at 

$7.65 2,376 49 

Crabtree Co., 214 blue prints, $161.84; Dewar, Stewart & Rosenthal, insuring 15 boilers, 

$75 236 84 

Cuzner Hardware Co.: 6,377 lb. iron, $272.70; 5,844 lb. steel, $292.20; sundry, $12 576 90 

Dadson-Merrill Press, Ltd.: 50 shipping books, $12.50; 11,500 envelopes, $35.13; 58,000 forms, 

$93; 5,000 letter heads, $22.50; 6,000 sheet 4 ?. $120.50; sundry, $31 '. . . 314 63 

Dartnell, Ltd.: 18,000 white enamelled brick, $1,949.50; 70 gal. paint, $120.05 2,069 55 

Davidson, Jas. Estate: spruce, 133,334 ft. at $39, 15,001 ft, at $33 5, 695 05 

Dillon, W. E. Co., Ltd.: 63 elbows, $25.20; 579-39 sqrs. felt and pitch, $2,230.65; 50 hoppers, 
$60; 980 ft. pipe, £294: 519-58 sqrs. ruberoid roofing, $2,597.90; estimate one to Nov. 30 
on $76,100 contract for roofing and sheet metal work, $1,236, less drawback held, $123.60. 6,320 15 

Dominion Machine & Supply Co.* channels and angle iron as per tender, $594; drilling and 

squaring 70 pes. angle iron, $99; 96 pes. angle steel, $630; sundry, $44.50 1,367 50 

.Dominion Paint Works, 86 gal. paint, $150.50; Dominion Printing and Loose Leaf Co., 9,800 

sheets, $86.24 236 74 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: 120 galv. Crosby clips, $58.80; 2,000 ft. hoist rope, $308.97; sundry, 

$1 . 25 369 02 

Don Valley Brick Works: boxing shipment of 1,640 headers, $46.50; 6,000 white enamel 
headers, $504.91; 1,500 quoins, $185.62; 12,000 stretchers, $1,009.80; less freight on 115,200 
lb. brick, $109.44 1,637 39 

Douglas Bros. Co. : galv. iron strips as per contract 1 , 579 1 6 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co.: voucher outstanding, R.W. 18611 37 24 

Dupuis, H. & Son: 531 cu. yd. cinders, $531 ; 19 loads sawdust, $66.50 597 50 

Edwards, W. C. & Co.: pine, 19,661 ft., $1,140.32; spruce, 6,748 ft. at $48, 69,372 ft. at $39.75, 
4,242 ft. at $38, 7,699 ft. at $37, 2,501 ft. at $36, 44,878 ft. at $35.90, 1,750 ft. at $35, 7,731 ft. 
at $33, 33,136 ft. at $32; sundry, $7.95 •. 7, 753 80 

Farmer, Geo., Ltd.: cartage, on 32,860 brick, $53.75, on 28,765 brls. cement, $1,969.73, on 

67,676 ft. plank, $70.47, on 8,429-094 ton stone, $2,823.57 4,917 52 

Federal Stone & Supply Co., 411*205 ton crushed stone, $925.45; Flexner-Taylor, Ltd., 355*405 

ton Flex-or-crete, $8,885.14 9, 810 59 

Firth, Thos. & Sons, Ltd.: 2 doz. files, $13.90; 1,927 lb. steel, $655.18 669 08 

Fleck, Alex., Ltd.: 59 lb. babbitt, $14.75; 2 bronze bolts, $37.75; 7 brass brushes, $31.02; 
casting and forging, $132.29; drill press, $25; 500 forgings of beam clips, hangers and nuts, 
$480; machinists' time, 668| h., $534.80; pattern-maker's time, 11£ h., $10.35; piston 
rod, $12.39; sundry, $270.18 1,548 53 

Foian & Thibault: 2,195-0555 ton Nepean stone, $8,121.68; 2,450-5315 ton sandstone, 

$12,252.68; additional charge owing to bad roads on 307-1525 tons, $307.15 20, 681 51 

Foster, R. R.: sand, 5,731 yd., $4,441.45, 124-425 ton, $279.96.. 4,721 41 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 40| lb. wire braid, $22.41; 3 doz. inner arc globes, $18.75; lamps, 
36, two-hundred and fifty watt mazdas, $79.20, 100 fifty-watt mazdas, $40.02, 20 three- 
hundred watt nitrogen, $90; 3,304 ft. style "B" wire, $74.62; sundry, $220.05 545 05 

General Supply of Canada Co.: 24 stone barrows, $171.08; 503^ ft. extra double leather belt, 
$875.31; 12 emery wheels, $29.28; 3 sets dies, $19.50; 2 hangers, $10.15; guider head, $28.50; 
5,115 ft. wire rope, $695.33; 1 pr. shears, $15.30; steel, 13' T % lb. high speed, $48.34, 173 lb. 
cast, $62.02; sundry, $144.67 2,099 48 

George, W. J.: 1,164-965 ton Nepean sandstone, $5,824.83; cartage, $353.34 6, 178 17 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co., 61,469 ft. spruce, $2,397.31; Greenshields, Ltd., 4,226 yd. grey cotton, 

$547 . 69 2 , 945 00 

Grand Trunk Railway System: freight on 15,120 lb. bags, $36.29, on 103,600 lb. brick, $108.78, 
on 353,500 lb. cement, $229.80, on 20 cases high explosives, $40, on 27,900 lb. lath, $80.91, 

on 4,043,300 lb. stone, $7,180.02 7,675 80 

Gary-Harvey Co., Ltd.: 312 lb. chain, $21.07; 12 crow bars, $11.34; 4 bales excelsior, $13; 12 
emery wheels, $57.84; 5 doz. files, $31.60; 496£ lb. galv. iron, $54.20; 303 kegs wire nails, 
$1,479.93; paint, $12.90; 72 pick handles, $16.20; 314 pes. pipe, $53; 7 rolls roofing, $10.85; 
manilarope, $14.95; 10 doz. shovels, $108.98; 3 doz. shovel handles, $10.50; tinsmith's time, 
17§ h., $14; white waste, 352 lb., $56.43, 2 bales, $23.80; 12 wheelbarrows, $69; 2,799 lb. wire, 

$194.54; 12 wrenches, $16.80; sundry, $447.15 2,718 08 

Heney, John & Son: coal, 22-7 ton at $9.75, 1 ton at $9.50, 13-75 ton at $8.75; sundry, $1.85.. . . 353 00 

Hope, Jas. & Son, stationery, $177.40; J. S. Imlach, 1 pr. mitred steel gears, $56 233 40 

Hunt, Frank: labourer's time, 355 h., $106.50; plasterer's time, 664 h., $332; supervision, 15 

p.c. of $438.50, $65.76 504 26 

Carried forward 839,688 00 



V— 14 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa: Parliament Buildings: Restoration: Work done, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Reconstruction des Edifices du Parlement a Ottawa: Travaui executes, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 839,688 00 

Hyde & Sons, Ltd., 1,968 sq. ft. flue linings, $797.04; R. MacFarlane & Co., 66,474 ft. spruce, 

$2,146.02 2,943 06 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd.: oil, castor, $29.59; machine, $56.26; royalite, $10.77; gasolene, $14.66; 

9brls., $17.32; sundry, $19.65 .- 148 25 

Langelier, J. Alph.: 12 hose bibbs, $26.88; 9 bushings, 6 globe valves, etc., $132.20; 14 globe 

valves, $31.22; 1,182$ ft. black pipe, $126.44; sundry, $63.10 v 379 84 

Laurentian Stone Co.: lime, 34-19 ton at $9.50, 503-418 ton at $8.50, 7-15 ton at $7.80; 386 

cu. ft. stone, $290.12 4,949 78 

Lawson, Thos & Sons: 4 cleanout doors, $10; 589 brass dowels, $57.93; sundry, $7 74 93 

Lyall Peter & Sons, Co., Ltd.: 90,309 lb. blades for gang saws, $2,031.95; 243-2024 carats 

Bortz diamonds, $4,864.05; freight, express, etc., $122.71; 6,465 lb. tool steel, $6,465; travel 

of officials of company, $482.74; sundry, $921.43; less, $129.26, freight on brick; less $170 

paid by Insurance Co., compensation for damage done by fire; and less $3,740, material 

and labour furnished to the Military Hospitals Commission 10,818 62 

Mahoney & Rich: carting, 37,472 bricks, $46.83, 15,738 ft. lumber, $15.73 62 56 

Mason, Geo. M., Ltd.: birch, $64.05; 1,115 ft. hemlock, $33.45; pine, 1,155 ft. at $40, 2,000 ft. 

at $25; spruce, 40,017 ft. at $43.75, 18,234 ft. at $39, 3,000 ft. at $38.50, 3G0 ft. at $38, 14,138 

ft. at $36, 24,604 ft. at $35, 20,000 ft. at $34; sundry, $12.50 4,847 36 

McArthur-Irwin.Ltd.: 264| lb. gelatine, $138.26; Montreal Lumber Co., 15,738 ft. spruce, 

$452.76 591 02 

McAuliffe-Davis Lumber Co.: 3,952 ft. beaver board, $157.92; 500 ft. birch, $19.60; 1,833 ft. 

fir, $131.46; 821 ft. hemlock, $28.17; pine, 500 ft. clear, $31.85, 941 ft. red, $31.28, 479 ft. 

white, $30.52; 54,878 ft. spruce, $2,035.01; sundry, $65.57 2,531 38 

McFarlane Douglas Co.: 40 copper drips, 185| lb., $89.04; galv. roofing for 11 dormers, $87; 

sundry, $50 226 04 

McKinley & Northwood: 3 doz. galv. dippers, $10.50; 1 set grate bars, $60; 400 ft. sixteen-inch 

galv. pipe, $187.50; 200 ft. smoke stack, $103.50; 12 globe valves, $19.20; sundry, $68.75. . . 449 45 

Menagh, F., 788 castings of brass dowels, $283.68; Mussens, Ltd., rollers, gears, etc., $201.35.. . . 485 03 

Miller, Bros. & Sons, Ltd.: 5 side bearings, $81.80; 5 ton derrick boom-head and sheaves, 

$30; derrick mast foot, $35; 3 gears, $50.75; sundry, $53.70 251 25 

Montreal Terra-Cotta Co.: blocks, 135,467 at 81c, 5,621 at 7*0., 35,472 at 7c 14,066 55 

Nagle, Dr. S. M., medical services, $1,641; National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, 

supplies, $92.79 1 , 733 79 

National Brick Co. of Laprairie: brick, 4,230 M at $12, 294 M at $10.50 53,847 00 

National Fire Proofing Co.: 118,500 hollow brick stretchers, $1,978.75, 251,836 sq. ft. Pearson 

arching, $70,090.20; 54,221 sq. ft. beams and girder fireproof covering, $6,777.64; 4,448 

pes. partition furring, $346.94; 88,773 sq. ft. floor filling, $7,825.54 87,019 07 

Neate, M. C. Lumber Co.: soft coal, 47-415 ton, $497.85; spruce, 59,753 ft., $2,091.35, 18,848 . 

ft. rough, $527.75 3,116 95 

Nepean Sandstone Quarries: 688-925 tons Nepean stone, $2,547.19; additional charge of $103.90, 

on 103-905 ton owing to bad roads 2, 651 09 

Northern Electric Co.: 1,000 brushed elbows, $322.13; lamps, 2 two hundred watt, $4.72, 

236 forty watt, $77.88; 466 gang switches, $83.65; voucher outstanding R.W., 18680, 

$383 .47 871 85 

Office Specialty M'f'g. Co.: 6 doz. binders, $27; 3 doz. filing cases, $13.50; section, $14; sundry, 

$2.75 57 25 

Ontario Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd.: 4 rolls tracing cloth, $43.90; 405 lb. manilla iron tag paper, 

$101.25; sundry, $165.35 310 50 

O'Reilly & Belanger, 59-06 ton coal, $612.32; Ottawa Association for the Blind, 96 brooms, 

$62.25 674 57 

Ottawa Boiler & Steel Works: retubing boiler, $58; 40 salamanders, $800; sundry, $16.97 874 97 

Ottawa City: supplying, 1,493,317 gal. water, $927.54; meter rent, y. to Oct. 31, 1917, $22; 

weighing cement, $117.50 .* 1,067 94 

Ottawa Electric Co., current supplied: light, Feb. 5Jan. 3, 24,251 k.w., $467.64; power, at 

$20 per h.p. per annum, carpenter shop, 52-17 h.p., 13 m. to Mar. 12, crane, 87-72 h.p., 13 

m. to Feb. 28, stone plant, 23-45 h.p., 13 m. to Mar. 2, Sussex St., 51-01 h.p., 13 m. to Mar. 

12; moving 3 poles, $18; sundry, $68.05 5,197 04 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: 6 brls. cement, $36; 24 bags Beaver plaster, $20.40; sundry, 

$28.50 , 84 90 

Ottawa Gas Co., 200 ton coke, $1,700; Ottawa Printing Co., 5,000 forms, $137.30 1,837 30 

Ottawa General Hospital, Water St.: board at $2 per d., J. Boland, 8 d.; A. Boutillier, 18 d., 

J. Delorme, 2 d., A. Leckie, 41 d., J. Trepanier, 13 d., J. Villeneuve, 29 d.; board at $1.75 

per d., J. B. Cayen, 1 d.; L. Hillman, 6 d., F. Latimer, 26 d., A. Laurin, 6 d.; J. McCarthy, 

10 d., A. Normand, 2 d., use of X-ray, $32; sundry, $32.20 375 45 

Ottawa Paint Works: paint, 23 gal., $45.38; sundry, $77.13 122 51 

Pedlar People: 891 -2 yd. lath, $267.44; 9,020 sq. ft. expanded metal, $890.77 1, 158 21 

Perkins, C. L. Machine Co.: 26 brackets, $45.50; cutting teeth in diamond saws, $45; 36 brass 

trolleys, $30; sundry, $141.80 262 30 

Popham, Geo. H., Ltd.: 18 boxes carbon paper, $45; 10 M forms, $12.50; pads, $33.90; 1 gr. 

indelible pencils, $15; 12 M sheets, $161.25; sundry, $42.20 309 85 

Public Works Department: electric fan, $23.30; detailed until Ottawa Buildings Repairs, $65.10 88 40 

Carried forward 1,044,204 06 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 15 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa: Parliament Buildings: Restoration: Work done, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Reconstruction des edifices du Parlement a Ottawa: Travaux executes, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,044,204 ft 

Rankin, W. A.: 2 Quebec heaters, $25; 15 cases toilet paper, $78.75; 137 lb. white waste, $21.92; 

sundry, $20.91 146 58 

Ray, C. C. Co., Ltd.: coal, \ ton at $12.70, 41-425 ton at $11, 1 ton at $10.25, 16055 ton at 

$10, 454-445 ton at $9.50, 7-5 ton at $8.75, 20-15 ton at $8.25 5,181 90 

Rideau Canal Supply Co.: 355-1425 ton crushed stone, $798.73; 24 loads sand, $54 852 73 

Robertson, Thos. & Co.: 360 lb. zinc, $108.84; sundry, $5.23 114 07 

Rogers, Alfred, Ltd.: further payment of 5c. on each of 5,000 brls. cement charged at $1.80 in 

1916-17 250 00 

Rutherford, Wm. & Son Co., 11,203 ft. spruce, $417.20; Tillson Quarries, 68207 ton Nepean 

sandstone, $3,410.35 3,827 55 

Sheppard, J. E.: 6,000 pes. galv. iron, $42.50; 3 pails, $7.50 50 00 

Sherwood, G. P. & Co.: 294,430! cu: ft. Ohio stone, $36,687.83; sundry, $1.32 36,689 15 

Shurley-Dietrich Co.: 5 saws and 2 sets knives, $54.34; sundry, $4.76 59 10 

Smart-Woods, Ltd.: 4 doz. oiled jackets, $81.60; 1 doz. oiled pants, $22.95 104 55 

Sun Brick Co., Ltd.: 165,000 brick, $2,910; 195,224 pes. tile, $14,141.51 17,051 51 

Tombley, W. J. (Rockliffe Sand & Gravel Pit Co.): 621 cu. yd. sand, $677.60; sundry, $5.45; 

voucher outstanding R.W. 18609, $399.66 1,082 71 

Topley Co.: 2 blue print machine bands, $32.50; blue print linen, $38.80; sundry, $11 82 30 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co.: 2 hyrib cutters, $49.50; 148,912 ft. hyrib, $15,895.23; 30,000 plate 

clips, $594; 6 hyrib punches, $59.40; less freight, $80.91 16, 5l7 22 

Wallace Sandstone Quarries: 38,602| ft. Tyndall stone, $39,374.01; 21,897| ft. scabbled blocks 

of Wallace stone, $8,758.92 48, 132 93 

Watts, E. R. & Son: 103 rolls blue print paper, $256.50; sundry, $104.71.. 361 21 

Webster & Sons, Ltd., 77 brl. cement at $6.50 500 50 

Workman. A. & Co., Ltd.: 4 anvils, $142.02; 116f lb. babbitt, $63.52; 300 machine bolts, etc., 
$10.60; 222 ft. cable, $44.23; chuck, mandril, sleeve, and cups, $28.39; 3 pr. clipper 

knives, $10.59; steel, 26 bars, $59.55, 647 lb., $116.47; sundry, $203.09 678 46 

Ambulance service, $13; 12 boxes carbon paper, $24; cartage, $25.40; 150 ft. conduit, $21.50; 
56 controller contacts, $22.40; 2 doz. crucibles, $15; 4 sets dies, $32.40; dynamite, etc., 
$16.80; 3,000 envelopes, $16.50; electrician's time, $139.19; gasoline, $3p.34; 1 brl. special 
grease, $18.90; 5 Ids. hardwood, $29.50; insuring 4 boilers, $20; leather facing for wheels, 
$12; current ledger binder, $21.56; 512 sq. ft. linabestos, $21.76; 30 yd. blue print linen 
$25.20; 750 lb. modelling clay, $22.50; 60 ft. netting, $10.80; 20,000 sheets paper, $51.50; 
350 galv. pipe strips, $42; plate glass, $33.07; medical services, of Dr. A. Desrosiers, 
$25, of Dr. A. E. Mahood, $30, of Dr. A. F. McLaren, $7; resistance for 25 h. p. motor, $43; 
440 yd. scrim, $28.05; pump shaft, valve, etc., $28.50; 100 keyless sockets, $18.50; 6 
transformers, $10.50; tooth mould, $43; 13 lb. magnet wire, $10.40; 40 ft. wire mesh, 

$24.70; 2 wrenches, $14; 117 lb. zinc, $23.40; sundry, $266.37 1,237 74 

Advertising ' 10,315 03 

Total 1 , 187, 439 30 

Less 8,044 bags returned by A Rogers, Ltd 804 40 

Total, work done in 1917-18 1, 186, 634 90 



Ottawa Parliament Buildings: Restoration. 
Edifices du Parlement a Ottawa: Reconstruction. 

Lyall & Sons Construction Co., Ltd. — 

Accounts of 1917-18, detailed above 1, 186,634 90 

Commission under contract, 8 p.c. on $2,134,881.12 work done to Mar. 31, 1918, $170,790.50; 

less $76,214.38 paid in 1916-17 94, 576 12 

Commission of 8 p.c. on $293.70 unclaimed wages, $23.47; less $18.90 paid in 1916-17 ($7.60 

unclaimed in 1916-17 was paid in 1917-18) 4 57 

Dominion Bridge Co.: estimate 12 to Jan. 29, 1918 for steel fabrication: material fabricated 
and erected, 4,189,156 lb. at 5-3c, fabricated and on site5,744 lb. at4-6c; total, $222,289.49; 

less $22,229.49 drawback, and $63,220 paid in 1916-17 , 136, 840 00 

Architects: J. O. Marchand, assistant, on account, -7 p.c. comm., $9,903.69; J. A. Pearson, 

on account, 3 7 p.c. comm., $52,348.07 62,251 76 

Architect, A. Keefer, y., $2,800; office attendant, y., $805 3, 605 00 

Unclaimed wages of 1916-17 now paid 7 60 

Compensation for injuries: F. Allison, $62.28; F. Bedwell, $51.79; A. Bouthillier, $117.20; 
Jas. Brogan, $15.93; R. Brownlee, $40.45; J. B. Cayen, $119.61; Louis Courville, $10.84; 
M. Daley, $49.17; N. Darragh, $17.78; J. Delorme, $44.57; D. Dore, $26.56; H. Dumou- 
lin, $60.78; L. Edgar, $9.15; Jas. Elliott, $24.08; Wm. J. George, $51.58; J. Goyette, 
$24.08; O. Gregoire, $11.26; A. Grenier, $59.86; H. Grummish, $19.07; S. Hamilton, 
$37.59; F. Harridane, $31.20; E. Hillman, $36.36; A. Lajoie, $19.61; F. E. Latimer, 
$108.54; A. Laurin, $81.07; A. Leckie, $129.04; O. Lepine, $24.75; A. Levacque, $65.54; 
C. W. Lewis, $39.52; Jas. McBain, $61.17; J. McCarthy, $88.28; D. Morrissette, $42.63; 
T. Noel, $12.13; H. O'Connell, $16.50; L. Potvin, $18.44; Wm. Saulter, $44.58; John 
Stanley, $17.66; I. Stewart, $19.25; John Trepannier, $90.53; E. Vezina, $13.53; J. Ville- 
neuve, $70.55 1 , 884 51 



Carried forward 1,485,804 46 



V — 16 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Parliament Buildings: Restoration— Concluded. $ cts. 
Edifices du 1'arlement £ Ottawa: Reconstruction— Fin 

Brought forward 1,485,804 46 

Canadian High Commissioner, London, Eng.: advance to be accounted for 9, 731 26 

Collector of Customs: duty on Bortz diamonds valued at $9,731.26 486 55 

Hunt, Robt. W. & Co.: mill and shop inspection at 55c. per ton of structure and material 

used by Dominion Bridge Co.: Lachine, 1,051-313 t.; Ottawa, 1,010-0275 t 1,133 74 

Johnson Art Galleries: contract for renovation of Parliament Buildings portraits, $1,559.35; 

less paid in 1916-17 page V— 19, S500, and less boxes, $10; extra name piates, $30 1,079 35 

Lewib, J. B.: surveying plans of proposed site for Dower house, self and assistant, 18 d. at $20 360 00 

Marchand, J. O., travel, $64.30; Pare Royal Co., rent of 900 chairs, $90 154 30 

Pilkington Bros., glass, etc., $76.76; Topley Co., photographic supplies, $133.20 209 9G 

Public Works Department: making photographic prints 100 52 

Watson, Hon. Robt.: attendance at meetings of committee, 9 d., $135; travel, $17.70 152 70 

Cab hire, $55; car fare, $12; framing original drawing of picture of "Fathers of Confederation," 

$25.62; 2 brass plates, $23.30; sundry, $3.50 119 42 

King's Printer's account, $575.49; Stationery Office, $73.06 .- 648 55 



Total 1 , 499, 980 81 

Less— Charged to 1918-19, paylists 4, 433 40 

Dominion Express Co., refund of value of pkg. of plans lost in transit 50 00 

Amount retained from security deposit of Nepean Sandstone Quarries 110 50 

4,593 90 



Total, carried to page V— 2 1,495, 386 91 

Port Arthur and Fort William: Harbour and River Improvements. 
Port- Arthur et Fort- William: Ameliorations au havre et a la riviere. 

Thunder Bay Contracting Co.: detailed at page V— 176 53, 847 22 

Temporary pile protection breakwater ($38,455.67) — 

Thunder Bay Harbour Improvement Co.: contract for pile protection breakwater, 

complete 38, 226 17 

Inspector of work, Wm. McClure, Jan.-Mar., 51 d 229 50 

Detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V— 169) 192,217 61 

Dredging draughtsman, R. E. Mason, 5 d. at $4 20 00 

Dredge inspectors: Jos. Atkinson, 2 d. at $4, 2 at $4.50; B. G. Christy, 13 d. at $4.50; D. D. 

McGillivray, 10 d. at $4; Wm. Metcalfe, 91 d. at $4, 52 at $4.50; R. B. Pope, 25 d. at $4; 

Thos. Stewart, 120 d. at $4, 54 at $4.50; H. H. Wilson, 44 d. at $4, 59 at $4.50 1,978 00 

Dump inspectors: H. Bishop, 48 d. at $3, 52 at $3.25; H. Boushear, 6o| d. at $3, 54 at $3.25; 

W. J. Chapman, 40 d. at $3; Wm. Petrie, 32 d. at $3; R. Stubbs, 54£ d. at $3 1,064 50 

Surveying Fort William Harbour — 

Foremen: Jos. Atkinson, 113i d. at $3.25, 148| at $3.75; Thos. Stewart, 66 d. at $4 1, 188 94 

Instrument man, G. A. Knowlton, 95 d. at $4, 115 at $4.50 897 50 

Carter, 60 d. at $5; horse hire, $3.50; labourers and boatmen, 68 d. at $3.75, 9 at $3.50, 

718 at $3.25, 209 at $3, 250^ at $2.75, 189 at $2.50, 21 at $2 4,753 92 

Mission River Wharves rectification — 

Inspectors and timekeepers at $4: J. Atkinson, 14£ d.; H. Bishop, 7 d.; W. J. Chapman, 
54 d.; B. Howson, 108 d.; Wm. Metcalfe, 28 d 

Stewardson, F.: services, 73 h. as diver at $1.50, 46-8 d. as piling inspector at $4 

Chainman, G. Harvey, 23 d. at $2.25, 22 at $2.50 

Mission River revetment wall, repairs to waling — 

Thunder Bay Contracting Co.: labour, $313.75; material, $149.52; tug hire, etc., $53.40. 

Foreman, B. Howson, 1| d 

Port Arthur soundings: foreman, J. E. Marks, 47 d. at $4.50; labourers, 236 d. at $3.25 

Test borings, Richardson's Slip: labour, 63 d. at $3.25, 10 at $3 

Moving office building: Thunder Bay Contracting Co., labour, etc 

Supervising engineer, G. de G. Languedoc, Apr.^Jan '. 

Assistant engineers: J. W. Boughner, Apr .-Mar., $2 000; A. G. Jeffreys, Apr.-Dec, $1,125 

Coslett Hardware Co.: gasoline at 35c, $629.30; mobiloil, $52; dry cells, $28; sundries, 

$188.52 

Dunn Hardware Co.: gasoline at 37c, $50.69, at 38c, $17.10; sundries, $43.91 

Great Lakes Dredging Co.: use of tug, 23 h., $179; machine work, etc., $64.38 

Northern Engineering and Supply Co.: iron, $55.20; bolts, $18.90. 

Page, P.: services as launch engineer, May 1-Dec 12, 21 d. at $3, 174 at $3.50; overhauling 

launch, 2 d., $6 678 00 

St. Laurent, J. E., acting district engineer: trips to Ottawa, Apr., $99.45, Mar., $77.25; sundry 

travel and outlay, $195.09 371 79 

Blue prints, etc., $61.68; swearing affidavits, $54; force pump, $42.50; telephone services, 9 

m., $42.50; repairing transit, $41; boat curtains and cover, $28; survey, $25; alterations 

in engineer's office, $24.80; sundries, $73.82 393 30 

King's Printer, $154.93; advertising, $873.86 1,028 79 



846 00 


296 70 


106 75 


516 67 


6 00 


978 65 


234 75 


93 70 


2,000 00 


3,125 00 


897 82 


111 70 


243 38 


74 10 



Total, carried to page V— 2 ,- 306,426 46 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 17 
"SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Quebec Harbour: Dry Dock at Lauzon— Port de Quebec: Cale-seche de Lauzon. $ cts. 

Davis, M. P. & J. T.: detailed at page V— 172 920, 720 00 

Wright & Lonergan: construction of transmission pole line between the new and old 'dry docks 3, 693 00 

Exchequer Court Awards: Alphonse Letellier, $9,197.65; Ed. Ruel, $1,200 10,397 65 

Inspectors, etc.: G. Barras, rodman, Apr. 1-Feb. 11, $779.46; A. Bissonnette, messenger, 
Apr.-Mar., $720; H. Bissonnette, chainman, Apr. 1-Mar. 9, $846.77; Aug. Charrier, Apr. 
1-Mar. 9, $677.41; P. Dionne, crib inspector, Apr.l -Mar. 9, $1,411.29; D. Duval, dredge 
inspector, Apr.-Mar., 307 d., $921; Nap. Emond, bookkeeper, Apr.-Mar., $1,500; Alex. 
McMurray, chief inspector, Apr.-Dec, 8 m. at $150, 1 at $166.66; R. Simard, concrete 
inspector, Apr.-Mar., $1,500; A. P. Trudel, assistant engineer, Apr. 1-Nov. 16, $1,255.55, 

transportation, $38 11,016 14 

Bowser, S^F. & Co.: oil handling and storing plant 441 81 

Couture, Jos. G., services as expert witness re expropriation of property of Mrs. Murphy 175 75 

Drummond, McCall & Co.: mild steel, 1,030 1b., $52.02; angles, etc., $72.25 124 27 

Joncas, Paul, surveyor: services, 9 d., $90; outlay, $51.50 141 50 

L'Evenement, printing 638 00 

Registrar Exchequer Court: charges: King vs. Conway, $214.20; King vs. Larivee, $281.20. . 495 40 

Robitaille, P. : coal at $9.95, $2,376.90; carting and unloading, $143.45 2, 520 35 

Services and outlay of expert witnesses 123 70 

Coal, $75.38; telephone exchange service and tolls, $61.91; transportation, $59.50; demurrage, 

$46; cleaning, $31.50; water, $24; sundries, $32.64 330 93 

.Legal services: Drouin & Amyot, $1,974.67; Romeo Langlais, $308.10; Roy & Baillargeon, 

$219.21 2, 501 98 

Advertising, $255.85; King's Printer, $38.30; Stationery Office, $56.18 350 33 

Total, carried to page V— 2 953, 670 81 



Quebec Harbour, River St. Charles: Improvement. 

Port de Quebec, Riviere St-Charles: Ameliorations. 

Quinlan &Robertson: detailed at page V — 175 93, 315 15 

Dominion Bridge Co.: estimate 2 to Mar. 30, 1918 on contract for steel plate girder bridge. . '28,310 00 

Rev. Ladies of Hotel Dieu, Quebec: release from seignorial dues 5, 396 24 

Resident engineer, E. A. Hoare: April-Mar., $2,500.08; trip to Ottawa, $23.15; sundry outlay, 

$24 51.. 2 547 74 

Asst. engineer,' Z. Langlois, 12 m., $1,999.92;' inspector,' i\ Kinsella, 306 d., $1,071 3,' 070 92 

Rodman, P. Dessane, 10 m., $750; clerk, Mrs. B. McDonald, 12 m., $720 1,470 00 

Bell Telephone Co. : exchange service, July 1-May 1 39 17 

Bergeron, J. S., office rent, Feb., 1917-April 1918 406 25 

Canadian Inspection and Testing Laboratories, inspection of steel 48 12 

Chantier Maritime de St. Laurent: wintering two scows 125 00 

Gastonguay, J. P., surveyor, plans etc., $147; L'Evenement, printing, $1,094.44 1, 241 44 

Registrar of Exchequer Court, stenographic charges, etc 248 60 

Legal services: R. C. de la Chevrotiere, $30, F. Flynn, $42, S. J. Larney, $85.75 157 75 

Advertising, $319.10; King's Printer, $2.50^ Stationery Office, $37 358 60 

Services, etc., of expert witnesses: J. G. Couture, $150.70; J. A. Dumontier, $132; LaRue and 

Trudel, $191; Roy and Baillargeon, $148.50 : .622 20 

Total, carried to page V— 2 137, 357 18 

St. John Harbour: Improvements— Port de St- Jean: Ameliorations. 

Detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V— 169) 8,062 98 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., building and maintaining tracks to sheds, etc.: labour, $2,586.65; 27,997 

ft. lumber, $709.12; 3,655 ft. piling, $532.10; 5,070 ft. siding, $1,848.20; 1,450 ft. ties, $623.50; 

10,434 ft. switch ties, $190.42; sundry hardware, etc., $868.39; rent of pile driver, Nov.- 

Dec, 1916, Jan., 1917, 1,440 h., $2,304; filling in, 5,107 c. y at 20c, overhead charges, 

$1,593.57; less Can. Pac. Ry. Co's share of construction of roadway, $230.23 12,047 12 

Clark, D. C: detailed in 1916-17, V— 197 , 40,033 06 

Grant & Home: contract completed for re-building grain conveyor at shed No. 5, $7,000; 

extra work, lining old grain conveyor, etc., $566.83; less material saved from wreckage, 

$111.45 7,455 38 

Kane & Ring ($14,950.89)— 

Contract completed for construction of substructure for grain-conveyor galleries, shed No. 

5 2,434 89 

Contract completed for stone filling under proposed shed, pier No. 1, 5,215 c. y. at $2.40.. 12,516 00 
Maritime Dredging and Construction Co. ($15,662.02) — 

Contract No. 11,061 for filling and retaining wall, completed: reclaimed material, in place, 
224,532 c. y. at 23c; crib work, 4,802 c. y. at $3.80; stone talus, 675 c. y. at $2; less 
$55,828.53 paid in 1916-17, V— 22 15,411 43 

On account $500 retained on contract for removing filling, etc., 1916-17, V — 22 250 59 

Norton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.; detailed at page V— 174 274,921 52 

Carried forward 373, 132 97 

1— 2v 



V— 18 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

St. John Harbour: Improvements— Continued. $ cts. 
Port de St- Jean: Ameliorations— Suite. 

Brought forward 373, 122 97 

Staff ($10,852.50)— 

Assistant engineers, 12 m. to Mar. 31: J. T. Duke, $1,500; K. Wilson, $1,080; H. D. Mc- 

Cauley, $1,350 3,930 00 

Student engineers: W. Lewis, 6 m. to Sept. 30, $540; H. H. Wetmore, 12 m. to Mar. 

31, $900; small payments, $382.50 1,822 50 

Draughtsman, F. M. Barnes, y., $1,200; stenographer, 3 m. $165 1,365 00 

Messenger, H. Howe, 9 m. $585; storekeeper, $450 1,035 00 

Anthony, Jas., services at $75: asst. engineer, $300; rodman, $450 750 00 

Mcllveen, R., services at $75: asst. engineer, $300; rodman, $450 750 00 

Toole, D. G., services at $100: foreman, $300; inspector, $900 1, 200 00 

Belyea, F. T., foreman, y. to Mar. 31 1,320 00 

Burley, Geo. April to Mar.: boatman at $3, $604.50; foreman, at $3.25, $94.25, at $3, $237.. 935 75 

Haslett, R., carpenter, April to Mar.: at $3.60, $126; at $3, $762. . . : 888 00 

Mayes, Geo., April to Mar.: carpenter at $3.50, $227.50, at $3, $100.50; smith, at $3.50, 

$87.50, at $3, $498 913 50 

Whyte, W., superintendent, Dec. 28 to Mar. 2 605 00 

Boatmen: at $3, $153; at $2.75, $891.68; at $2.50, $2,085.71 3, 130 39 

Bridgemen: at $3.50, $59.50; at $3, $536.05 595 5s 

Carpenters: at $3.60, $946.80; at $3.25, $881.58; at $3, $4,939.51; at $2.75, $395.44 7, 163 33 

Electrician at $3.50, $274.75; scowmen at $3, $1,011 1,285 7$ 

Gauge readers: at $3, $75; at $2.75, $609.13; at $2.50, $130 814 I3 

Labourers, etc.: at $4, $226; at $3, $215.40; at $2.75, $1,166.41; at $2.50, $458.75; sundry, $823.88 2,890 44 

Courtenay Bay borings ($2,829.14)— 

Emerson, W. E., hardware, etc., $50.75; Leahey, E. O., 18 d. tug hire, $450 500 75 

McLellan, H. M.: tug boat services, April to July: "Kenton", 5 h.at$12; "Naomi", 56 

d., $1,275; sundry, lid., $220 ,. 1,5 5 00 

Page Wire Fence Co.; 7 h. p. gasoline engine with magneto, $190; 12 in. clutch pulley, $18. . 208 00 

Thome, W. H. and Co.: 214-8 ft. heavy pipe, $139.15; hardware, $256.01 395 16 

Anchor, 300 lb. $20; 5 ply belting, 33 ft. $24.96; 6pr. rubber boots, $37.50; 18 weir poles, 

$18; hand winch, $25; foundry work, $16.95; sundries, $27.82 170 23 

West St. John, sheds, berths, etc. ($28,103.33)— 

Bell, Thos. & Co.: spruce piles, at 24c, $793.44, at 22c, $2,078.78, at 20c, $799.80, at 18c, 

$49.50; timber, at $40, $55.76, at $24, $2,036.23; less paid in 1916-17, V— 24, $964.75. . 4,848 76 

Brown, H. P., travelling expenses, New York to St. John and return, Aug. 23 to 29. . . . 61 15 
Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co.: 4 ply elevator belting, 150 ft., $423.97; 200 ft. fire 

hose, $150; 4 fire extinguishers, $120; 2 pipes, $19.80 713 77 

Can. Pac Ry. Co.: rent of engine, 536| h., $893.95; freight, $72 965 9 5 

Canadian Stewart Co. ($3,623.49)— 

Dismantling equipment, Toronto, shipping to St. John arid return 2, 726 90 

Materials shipped and not returned: pump, $510; sundry, $386.59 896 59 

Christie Wood Working Co.: 4 frames and sashes, $24; lumber, $141.05 165 05 

Clark, D. C, 5 floating fenders, $2,125; Emerson, W. E., hardware, $60.35 2, 185 35 

Colly er & Brock: installing electric telephone and signal system at grain conveyor 

galleries, $1,997; extra bell, $25; less 15 batteries, $6 2, 016 00 

Dodge Mfg. Co.: foundry work, $467.20; express, $66 533 20 

Driscoll, J. M.: lumber, 6,122 1. ft. $316.58, 67,575 ft. at $24.50, 7,757 ft., $200.22; sundries, 

$21.85; less $101.40, paid in 1916-17, V— 24 2,092 84 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 200 ft. rubber-lined hose 150 00 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.; 200 ft. hose, coupling, rings, etc 150 00 

Gregory, Jas. S., 50 pes. piling, $375; Lewis, Wm. & Son, foundry work, $666.89 1,041 89 

Leahey, E. O.: taking down part of grain conveyor, on account of alteration in shed, etc., 
labour, at $3.50, $24.50, at $3, $320.25; removing motors from water, $40; spruce at 

$40, $106.88; use of hoisting scows, etc., $475; towage, $16; sundry, $1.25 983 88 

Mac Donald Bros. Sheet Metal & Roofing Co., repairing tripper 95 25 

MacKay, W. M., 7,078 ft. piling, $1,627.94; Thome, W. H. & Co., hardware, $935.05. . . . 2,562 99 
McAvity, T. & Son: 3-in. w.i. pipe at $50.17, $363.98; 708 lb. manila rope, $277.10; galv. 

steel wire, 1001b., $30, 1,5501b. at $18.30; sundry, $489.96 § 1,444 69 

Metcalf, J. S. Co., superintending installation of equipment in conveyor galleries 650 00 

Raymond & Doherty Co.: board of men, $151.75; tolls, etc., $3.82 155 57 

Reed, G. W. & Co.: deck spout, $125; 5 sets tackle, $93; express, $14.43 232 43 

Stetson, Cutler & Co.: lumber, at $47.50, $2,086.20, at $30, $63.09 2, 149 29 

Union Foundry & Machine Works, foundry work 434 09 

Vaughan Electric Co., installing lights, etc 58 57 

Woodley, R. S.: use of motor boat, April, 25 d. at $9; sundry, $18 243 00 

Investigating work on piling for pier 16: H. P. Hill, $237.89; small payments, $60.70 298 59 

. Bolts, 316 lb., $24.50; 780 ft. lumber, $39; repairing motor, $45; insurance premium, $10; 
steel shaft, $28.75; photographic supplies, $9.50; 240 ft. steel wire, $45.60; sundries, 

$45. 18 * 247 53 

Carried forward .' 435,459 78 



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323 75 


230 00 


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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 19 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

St. John Harbour: Improvements— Concluded. $ etc 

Port de St- Jean: Ameliorations— Fin. 

Brought forward 435,459 78 

Generally ($12,827.91)— 

Canadian Oil Companies: 319^ gal. gasolene, $116.72; sundries, $8.25 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co.: rent of office site, Aug. 1, 1913 to July 16, 1917 

Christie Wood-Working Co., lumber, $83.88; Lewis, W, & Son, foundrywork, $181.24.. . 

Driscoll, J. M.: 5,958 ft. pine, etc., $193.61; sundry, $6.60 

Dunlop, W. M.: services re overtowage on Norton, Griffiths & Co.'s contract, Mar. 29 
to May 21, 35 d. self at $20, 19| d. assistant at $15; outlay, $241.70 

Emerson, W. E.: 25 kegs nails, $143.95; hardware, $13.14 

Grant & Home: lumber, at $65, $231.53, 2,686 ft., $92.22 

Gregory, Jas. S.: lifting sunken timber, 4 h., $100; towing sweep scow, 10 h., $100; services 
of tug Kenton, 2\ h., $30 ' ;' 

Mayes, H., use of piledriver and crew, Id 

Marine and Fisheries, electricity supplied, Nov. 30 to Dec. 30, 1916 

McAvity & Sons: 2 brl. coal, $11; hardware, $80.74 

Ontario Hughes-Owens Co.: automatic water stage register, $100; duty, etc., $60.55. . . . 

New, Brunswick Telephone Co.: exchange service: M. 2597, y. to Mar. 31, 1918, $53; 
M. 561, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1917, $28; W. 95, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1917, $15; W. 181, May 1 
to July 11, 1917, Dec. 21, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918, $21.64; W. 390, Dec. 14, 1916 to July 
9, 1917, $41.25; tolls, $2; less $11.25, paid in 1916-17, V— 24 149 64 

Rayner, B., diver: services, April 8 to 16, $72; fare from Toronto and return, $39.60; out- 
lay, $81 . 10 192 70 

Thome, W. H. & Co.: 1,000 ft. galv. wire rope, $117.50; hardware, $447.75 565 25 

Use of motor boats: at $10 per d., $2,070; at $9, $693; at $8, $720. Paid as follows: J. 

Sullivan, $720; R. S. Woodley, $2,763 3,483 00 

Board of men: meals at 35c, $88.55; at 30c, $36.90. Paid as follows: T. Callaghan, 

$36.90; Mrs. Cunningham, $88.55 125 45 

Boat hire, 20 d., $10; 6-ft. rowboat, $40; 11 d. blockage, $11; 3 pr. boots, $21; 3-11 tons 
coal, $34.07; office furniture, $31.75; hardware, $12.55; 28 d. labour, $70; two 300 w. 
lamps, $10; scale, $15.37; foundrywork, $28. 15; sundries, $25.47 309 36 

Advertising, $169.93; King's Printer's account, $296.54; Stationery Office at Ottawa, 

$411.89 ' 878 36 

Travel and outlay: W. E. Bonn, $143.15; M. Cohn, $66.75; A. R. Crookshanks, $752.32; 
W. Z. Earle, $378.50; A. Gray, $1,676.53; H. D. Macaulay, $381.32; W. A. MacRae, 
$31 . 65 ; J. Sweeney, $673 .19 4, 103 41 

Advance to be accounted for, cheque P49336, J. Sweeney 50 00 

Total 448, 287 69 

Less — 

Charged to Surveys and Inspections (Page V — 228) 528 26 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., proceeds, sale of piling 353 85 

Dept. of Marine and Fisheries: labour and tug hire, $416.70; sundry labour, $83.75 500 45 

1,382 56 



Total, carried to page V— 2 446, 905 13 

Toronto Harbour: Improvements— Port de Toronto: Ameliorations. 

Canadian Stewart Co., detailed at page V— 170 816, 940 00 

Acting resident engineer, F. H. Hand, 3 m. at $200, 9 at $300 3,300 00 

Accountant, W. Macdonald, 12 m 2, 400 00 

Assistant engineers: W. E. Bonn, 310 d. at $6; W. A. MacRae, 6 m. at $125, 6 at $150 3,510 00 

Inspectors: in charge of timber and material, E. Murphy, 52 d. at $5, 257 at $5.50; in charge 

of concrete, F. L. Richardson, 48 d. at $5.50, 260 at $6; Geo. Noble, 75 d. at $4 3, 797 50 

Diving inspector, B. Rayner, 149 d. at $8, 138 at $4.50 1, 813 00 

Recorder and instrument man, R. S. C. Bothwell, at $100 750 00 

Chief draughtsman, C. Simmons, 24 d. at $4, 281 at $5 1, 501 00 

Draughtsmen: J. F- Cassidy, 4 m. at $100, 7 at $116 . 66; H. F. Hebert, 279 d. at $4; J. G. Hedges, 

304 d. at $4 : 3,548 62 

General clerk: C. G. Perry, 25 d. at $3, 157 at $3.50, 62 at $4; F. L. Wilson, 57 d. at $3.50. . . . 1,072 00 
Recorders: L. W. Cradduck, 30 d. at $3.50, 169 d. at $4; E. Farquhar, 51 d. at $3.50, 179 at 
$4; R. Foster, 52 d. at $3.50, 171 at $4; R. S. D. Hartrick, 50 d. at $3.50, 181 at $4; H. 
Holmes, 21 d. at $3.50, 170 at $4; F. C. Johnson, 43 d. at $3.50, 179 at $4; R. G. McClure, 
100 d. at $3.50, 78 d. at $4; R. MacLennan, 15 d. at $3.50, 171 at $4; Geo. Noble, 52 d. at 
$3.50, 185 at $4; Geo. Rayner, 38 d. at $3.50, 183 at $4; E. M. Robinson, 33 d. at $3.50, 
146 at $4; R. J. Stewart, 50 d. at $3.50, 181 at $4.50; A. P. Thompson, 132 d. at $3.50, 

40 at $4 10, 557 00 

Diver's attendants: E. Donnelly, 265 d. at $3.50; R. Foster, 80 d. at $4; J. Maunder, 181 d. 

at $3.50 1,881 00 

Launch engineer and general mechanic, Marc Cohn, 286 d 1, 332 34 

Tug crew: captain, C. H. Tufford, 9 m., $900; engineer, E. Archibald, $300, A. Smith, $573.33 1,773 33 
Chef, I. Penfound, 12 m., $1,020; carpenter, H. Williams, 116 h., $58 1,078 00 

Carried forward 855,253 79 

1— 2Jv 



V— 20 AUDITOR GEXERAUS REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Toronto Harbour: Improvements — Concluded.— Port de Toronto: Ameliorations— Fin. $ cts' 

Brought forward 855,253 79 

Repairing life chains at Western channel, June, 1917 198 83 

Aikeiihead Hardware Co., hardware 197 47 

Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, M. 332, April-Mar., $141.95, M. 7177, April-Mar., $52, 
Adel 1340, April-Sept., $25, Adel 1625, April-Sept., $16; tolls, $233.80; transfers, etc., 

$10.78 ' 479 53 

British American Oil Co.: gasolene at 3l£c., $54.81, at 33|c, $276.05; sundries, $12.83 343 69 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal at $9, $27, at $9.50, $95, at $9.85, $49.25, at $12, $36; sundry, $29.80. . . . 237 05 

Can. Gen. Elec. Co.: mazdas, $26.93; batteries, $13.14; sundries, $29.90 63 97 

Can. Inspection and Testing Laboratories: inspecting of timber, $876.79; inspection of timber 

in States of Washington and Oregon, $200; inspection of steel, $278.33; tests of sand, etc., $8 1,363 12 
Can. Stewart Co.: gasolene, $87.71; coal at $7.50, $83.10, at $7.10, $49.70; sundry coal, etc., 

$70.47 '. ., 290 98 

Can. Storage Battery Co., sundries, $57.54; City Dairy Co., milk, 2,570 pints, $162.47 220 01 

Eaton, T. Co.: provisions, $560.64; sundries, $106.27 -. 666 91 

Foreman Motor & Machine Co., repairs, etc 75 45 

Hand, F- H.: 8 trips, Toronto to Ottawa, $217.20; expenses in Ottawa en route Montreal to 

Toronto, Apri 1 23 and Mar. 4,$21 .10 238 30 

High Grade Oil Co., auto oil, 80 gal., $72; Martin-Senour Co., paint, $74.90 146' 90 

Holden, J. P. Rubber Co.: two D All Starr casings, $186.39; tubes, etc., $28.60 214 99 

Leckie, John: rope, 102| lb. at 32$c, 40£ lb. at 51c; sundries, $30.99 84 92 

Matthews, G. A., repairing motor for water pumps 74 58 

Miller, Roger, services in connection with investigation, June 7-Dec. 10, 1915, 141 d 7,050 00 

Miller, Roger & Sons: rent of plant: air scow, 69 d., $1,725; diving outfits, 294 d., $1,470; der- 
rick scow, 52 d., $2, 600; tug Roy Mac, 30 d. 20 h., $1,280 7,075 00 

Ontario Motor Car Co., motor parts, etc., $54.28; Tripure Water Co., water, $54.15 108 43 

Ontario Rubber Co.: diving dress, $60; repairing helmet, $54.50; box, etc., for diver's pump, 

S54; sundries, $51 .46 219 96 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System: meter 39781, Mar. 29-Feb. 28, $47.27; meter 42647, Mar. 

29-Feb. 28, $68.15 (minimum rate $6.23 per month) 115 42 

Waller, G. H. & Son, meat, etc 1, 290 42 

W r est Toronto Garage: combination speedometer, clock and light, $66; hood cover, $18 84 00 

Small payments: personal effects of employees, burned on diving scow, $57; lumber, $46.86; 
rowboat, $45; Garlock packing, etc., $44.16; cartage, $28.88; telegrams, $24.24; rent 
of adding machine, 3 m., $24; grate bars, $22.60; rubber boots, $22.15; photographic 

supplies, $18.50; sundries, $329.63 663 02 

Office expenses, etc.: postage, $28.24; auto license, $25; coal, $24.40; car tickets, $20.25; laundry, 

$14 . 01 ; sundries, $27 .90 139 80 

King's Printer, $34.19; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $979.32 1,013 51 

Legal services, Kilmer, Irving & Davis, Toronto 1, 267 50 



Total 879, 177 55 

Less, refunds — 

Dept. of Naval Service, services of D. H. Philp and J. Landry 2, 569 17 

Dept. of Railways and Canals: services of W. E. Bonn, $180, of W. A. Mac- 

Rae, $96 . 77 276 77 



2,845 94 



Total, carried to page V— 2 876, 331 61 



Vancouver Harbour: Improvements— Port de Vancouver: Ameliorations. 

Vancouver Harbour Commissioners: labour and materials for completion of wharf, $6,175.23; 

spur track on east side of wharf, $242.46 6, 417 69 

King's Printer 97 66 



Total, carried to page V— 2 6,515 35 

Victoria Harbour: Improvements— Port de Victoria: Ameliorations. 

Contract work: — 

Grant, Smith & Co. & McDonell, Ltd., detailed, at page V— 172 1, 237, 329 05 

Detailed at page V— 199, 1916-17 118,026 02 

Assistant engineers: W. A. Gourlay, 14 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $2,333.31; L. P. Macrae, 5 m. to 

July 1, 1917, $625 2,958 31 

Inspectors: H. Irvine, 4 m. to June, 1, 1917, $500; F. J. Jones, 3-5 m. to June 15, 1917, $437.50; 

G. Penketh, 3-5 m. to June 15, 1917, $437.50; P. W. Stubbs, 3-5 m. to June 15, 1917, Sept. 

25, 1917-Mar. 31, 1918, $1,212.50 2,587 50 

Launch engineer, J. A. Price, 14 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $1,260; boatmen, labourers, etc., 407J d. 

at $3, 313 d. at $3.25, 185 d. at $3.50 4, 146 50 

Clerk, L. H. Ellis, 14 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $1,260; diver, J. Knight, May^July, 10 d. at $10, 14 d. at 

$5; draftsman, G. T. Livingstone, 5 d., $30 1, 460 00 

Carried forward ' 1,366,507 38 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 21 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Victoria Harbour: Improvements— Concluded.— Port de Victoria: Ameliorations— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 1,366,507 38 

Canadian Inspection and Testing Laboratories, testing cement, 49,050 brl. at 3§c 1,716 75 

Colpitts, Claude: photographs, 12 at $1.25, 23 at $1, 36 at 75c; negatives, 9 at $3 92 00 

Hickman-Tye Hardware Co., Ltd.: 3£ gal. paint, $14; hardware, etc., $42.54 56 54 

Kirk & Co. Ltd.. coal, 5 tons at $7.50, 2 at $8.50, 1 at $8.80 63 30 

McDonald, M.: repairs to wharf $832; sundry lumber, $6.10 838 10 

Robinson, Mrs. A., caretaker, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 260 00 

Vancouver Creosoting Company Ltd., 517 1. ft. creosoted piling at 39c 201 63 

Small payments: telephone calls, $38.80; blue prints, etc., $31.45; gasolene, $29.55; wire rope, 

$20; lumber, $19.50; sundries, $78.70 218 00 

Kings Printer, $98.34; advertising, $12 110 34- 

1,370,064 0* 
Refund: Imperial Munitions Board, borings taken at Plumper Bay, Esquimalt 59 00 

Total, carried to page V— 2 1, 370, 005 04 



Public Buildings: Maritime Provinces— Edifices publics: Provinces maritimes. 

Stellarton, N. S., Public Building ($5,073.16)— 

Purchase of site: Catherine A. McKay: purchase price $4,000; interest from June 4, 1912 

to date of payment, $1,037.14 5,037 14 

Legal services, John Doull, New Glasgow 36 02 

St. John, N.B., New Post Office ($2,127.20)— 

International Engineering Works: 3 boiler grates, and 72 sections 70 85 

Sherry, J. P.: equipping two boilers with smoke consumer and fuel saving devices > 1, 450 00 

Vaughan Electric Co.: installing electric lighting 570 00 

One light plate glass, set, $11; large engraved sign, $25.35 36 35 

Total, carried to page V— 2 7, 200 36 

Public Buildings: Quebec: Summary— Edifices publics: Quebec: Sommaire. 

Farnham Public Building 196 36 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, Improvements, etc 14, 975 71 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, New boiler-house 149 17 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, New buildings 5, 354 75 

Montreal General Post Office 57 25 

Montreal, Postal Station A 10^ 616 53 

Quebec Post Office 60, 243 46 

Roberval Public Building, Drain, etc 2, 870 08 

Trois Rivieres, Public Building 97, 626 26 

Total, carried to page V— 2 192, 089 57 

Public Buildings: Quebec— Edifices publics: Quebec. 

Farnham Public Building: advertising, $50.40; King's Printer, $145.96 196 36 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, Improvements, etc. ($14,975.71) — 

Conductor, F. Guimont, services, June-Sept., Dec-Mar 651 88 

Foremen: F. Boulet, $277.50; J. Boulet, $108.75; E. Morin, $283.50 669 75 

Timekeeper, L. Renault, June 9-Oct. 31, Dec. 1-Mar. 20 759 00 

Blacksmiths, $282; carpenters, $1,496; carters, $337.50; labourers, $2,231.40; plumbers, 

$490.25 4,837 15 

Board of men: Mrs. J. Masson, $1,226.10; sundry, $828.75 2,054 85 

Boulanger & Fils: 100 cedar posts, $65; cedar timber, 4,087 ft., b. m., at $25; spruce, 8,109 ft., 

$212.56 379 83 

Chalifour, O.: black birch, 12,105 ft. at $70, 7,000 at $66, 130 at $48; pine, $38.27; spruce, 

600 ft. at $45, 8,282 at $32, 1,300 at $30, 1,200 at $27; sundry lumber, etc., $74.57 1, 791 85 

Chinic Co.: 450 plat, fuses, $44.75; nails, $135.95; paint, $118; sundry, $189.92 488 62 

Dube, M., hardware, $108.62; Price Bros., dynamite, $100 208 62 

Marier & Tremblay: 26 gal. shellac, $148.50; 12 gal. varnish, $57; sundry, $165.58 371 08 

Mechanics Supply Co.: 32 Penberthy injectors $89.60; 1,213 ft. blk. pipe, $151.70; sundry, 

$141.09 382 39 

Proulx&Mathurin: 2 valve-boxes, $96; 50 sheets galv. iron, $102.45; 1,3961b. lead, $225.46; 

480 ft. galv. pipe, $104.09; sundry, $267.04 795 04 

St. Pierre, R.: repairing 4 buildings, as agreed, $779.70; sundry, $32.88 812 58 

Thibault, Jos., Estate: lumber, 2,739 ft. at $35, 1,912 at $25; 73 toises rubber roofing, 

$229.95; sundry, $288.74 662 35 

Boating, $46.50; coal, $43.15; sundry, $21.07 110 72 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, New boiler-house, King's Printer 149 17 

Carried forward 15,321 24 



V — 22 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Public Buildings: Quebec— Continued— Edifices publics: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 15f321 24 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, New Buildings ($5,354.75)— 

Paylists, Oct.-Nov.: conductor, F. Guimont, $123.75; foreman, $110; labourers, $1,149.75- 

sundry, $185.75 ' 1)569 2 5 

Timekeeper, L. Renai^r, Nov. $90; board of men, $578.45 ' 668 45 

Belanger, A.: 559 lb. elbows, $46.57; 39 lens, pipe, 46,355 lb., $2,160.14; 12 in! gate valve, 

$109.65 2 316 36 

Cement, $33.50; printing account, $414.99; sundry, $57.95 ' 506 44 

Detailed with Harbours Quebec, Grosse Isle (Page V —144) 294 25 

Montreal General Post Office, King's Printer 57 25 

Montreal Postal Station A ($10,616.53)— 

Electrical Equipment Co.: conduit, h in., 4,000 ft. $312.80, \\ in., 150 ft. $31.05- lamps 
$141.62; 77 shades, $117.10; 2,756 ft. d.b.r.c. wire, $141.55; 4,500 ft. r.c.d. wire, $147 15*- 

panel board, etc., $82.14; sundry, $508.98 ' 1,482 39 

Lessard & Sons, galv. iron canopy, as agreed ' ' 730 00 

Office Equipment Co.: cabinet, $73.75; 4 chairs, $16; 500 guides, $60; 2 stools $11 50- 

table,$15.75 ' 277 qo 

Tremblay & Co.: 5,733 ft. birch, $398.19; 2 pine partitions, $166,50; sundry pine, $83.38- 

sundry, $17.50. . . .• ' ' 665 57 

Turnbull Elevator Co.: freight elevator and alterations, as agreed 5 993 00 

Two clocks, $20; glass, $24.25; 30 window shades, $61.35; sundry, $16.51 '. ' 122 11 

Legal services: Carslake Hotel Co., taxed costs of action before Exchequer Court, $921.46; 

Kittson, Reddy & Reddy, Montreal, $'25. ,' 946 46 

Detailed in 1916-17, page V— 30 !!!!!.'!!!!!!!! 500 00 

Quebec Post Office ($60,243.46)— 

Addition to building, Ls. Boivin, Reg.: contract complete (less $85 for work omitted and 
$100 retained), $384,815; additional temporary enclosure during alterations, $870- 
additional parapet wall, $1,463.80; alterations to basement, $9,666.95; alterations in 
stair to basement, $440; alterations to elevator shaft, $259.50; changes to heating and 
lighting, $573.30; change in stair, $511; change in vaults, $654; cutting tunnel, etc., 
for main heating pipes, $2,870; moving old safe, $250; temporary partitions, $800; 
partitions in sub-basement, $396; temporary plumbing, $1,575; rooms for Agriculture, 
$598; room for R. M. Service, $425; raising sidewalk, $345.50; stone chimney cap, $515; 
sundry extra work, $2,608.21; less paid in previous years, page V— 31, 1916-17, $377,780, 
and less paid in 1918-19, $146.50. (Paid in 1917-18 to Ls. Boivin, Reg. and creditors, 

$42,948.32; refunded from Ls. Boivin's security deposit, $11,238.56) 31, 709 76 

Chinic Co.: 9 door checks, $80.75; 8 bronze plates, $38; sundry, $97.45 216 20 

Gignac, J. H.: doors, 16 at $23, 12 at $20, 2 at $15, one, $13; moulding, $73.50; spruce, 820 ft. 

at $34, 1,600 at $40, sundry, $22.03; 14 windows, $214; sundry, $27.60 1,080 01 

Giguere, La Cie. P. P. : 7 basins complete with pipes, taps, etc., $467.60; changing gas piping 
$80; installing gas in caretaker's quarters, $42; piping for gas, $71; pipe, 200 ft. cast, 
$75, 240 ft. iron, $30.40, 786 ft. galv., $94.58; plumbers and helpers, $587.45; sundry, 

$312.10; less, $40.10 paid in 1918-19 1,720 03 

Leonard, B.: glass, 488 ft. obscure, $195.20; 117 ft. of 21 oz., $23.40; labour, $375.77; paint 

and oil, $65; varnish, $46.25; sundry, $9.27 714 89 

McGuire & Co., W. H.: on account, $27,500 contract $27,300; extra work, alterations to 
heating, $4,350, installation of boilers, $1,400; additional radiators, $120; fresh air 
inlet, $153; less, $2,000 paid in 1914-15, $20,400 in 1915-16, $3,000 in 1916-17; and less, 

$1,093 drawback 6,830 00 

Montreal Terra Cotta Co. : 7,600 blocks terra cotta 826 83 

National Cartage & Supply Co.: cement, 50 bags, $41.65; Keen's cement, 110 bags, $346.50; 
Rockwall cement, 108 bags, $57.11; hydrated lime, 250 bags, $89.25; plaster, 41 brl., 
$110.70; sand, 80-65 tons, $121.10; solonite, 23,600 lbs., $161.67; wire, $2.25; less 45 

bags returned, $4.50 925 73 

Routhier, A. C: installation of clock, $100; sundry work, $13 113 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: 100 ft. brass cresting, $400; 567 p.o. box fronts and label holders, $1,020.- 
87; 13 brass grills, $575; 8 eng'd plates, $113.50; 4 receivers, $257; repairing and pol- 
ishing plates, $40; express, etc., $22.92; overpaid, 50c 2, 429 79 

Schell Co., J. T.: interior fittings, as per contract, $6,215; counter and cupboards for 

inspector, $690; sundry, $10 6,915 00 

Young Co., Herman: 38 pr. brass butts, $209.50; 16 sets sash centers, $96; 15 brass tran- 
som lifters, $202.50; 15 cyl. lock sets, $247.50; 13 door locks, $104; sundry, $6.70 866 20 

Architect in charge, J. P. Ouellett, on account services 2, 000 00 

Cement, $41; coal, $34.66; hardware, $49.89; 3 heaters, $20; labour, $39.75; lime, $29.75; 

lumber, $79.32; sundry, $28.88 323 25 

Paylists, Militia partitions, Nov. 26-Feb. 17.: foremen, P. Mathieu, $420, G. Therien, $175; 

carpenters, $850.23; labourers, $754.15; masons, $525.19; plasterers, $848.20 3,572 77 

Roberval Public Building, Drain, etc. ($2,870.08)— 

Potvin, P. A., on account contract 833 00 

Bellefeuille, Ed., paymaster, paylists outstanding 1,579 39 

Cote, Boivin & Co.: 135 bags cement, $131.25; dynamite, $16; sundry, $140.65 287 90 

Moreau Freres, 40 sq. ft. granite blocks 110 00 

Carried forward 94,403 52 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTUEXT: EXPEyDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 23 



Public Buildings: Quebec — Concluded.— Edifices publics: Quebec — Fin. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 94, 403 52 



Roberval Public Building Drain. Etc.— Concluded. 

Cartage, $18.65: labour, $10.40; smithwork, $23.30; sundry, $19.39; leas, $17.15 tools and 

material left over. . 

Trois Rivieres Public Building i $'.<: : 2 — 

Construction, J. Bourque: contract complete, $87,500; raising copper flashing on the 
second floor, $2-50; 9 extra five-light fixtures, $180; manhole cover, $100; sundry- 
extras, $249.32: less $1.-500 retained for uncompleted work 

Clerk of works, S. Robitaille: services, April, $100, May-Mar., 11 m. at $114; board, 12 m.. 
$539.50; travel, -$73.S0; sundry outlay, $15. 50; advance unaccounted for $50; less $14, 
charged to "Ottawa Buildings Repairs" 

Rubenstein Bros.: 642 box fronts and label-holders, $1,045.67; S brass grills, $275; repairs 
to grills, $63; 10 eng'd plates $86; 4 receivers, $105.50; sundry, $34.07 

Schell Co., J. T.: interior fittings for postal and customs services, $6,725; removing door, 
$22 

Advertising. $261.41; King's Printer, $95.07 

Conduits, $45; labour, $37; switch, $15.38; sundry, $18.04 



59 79 



r9 32 



2,018 80 

1,609 24 

6,747 00 
356 48 
115 42 



Total, as on page V— 21 192, 089 5; 



Public Buildings: Ontario: Summary— Edifices publics: Ontario: Sommaire. 

Cardinal Public Building 

Cayuga Public Building, Heating, etc 

Elmira Public Building 

Gait Drill Hall, Grading, paving, etc 

Kemptville Public Building 

Kingston Covered Drill Hall 

Milverton Public Building. 



Ottawa Customs Building 

'-. 

19, 

20. 

1. 

3. 

4. 

8, 

2, 



Ottawa Buildings. Fittings.. 

Ottawa, Building and Macerating Plant for Currency Branch of Finance Dept. 

Ottawa, Parliament and Departmental Buildings, Rewiring 

Ottawa, Pavements, including share of cost of repaving Sussex street 

Ottawa, Royal Mint, Repairs, etc 

Ottawa Buildings, Fire-escapes 

Ottawa Printing Bureau, freight elevators 

Palmerston Public Building 

Prescott Public Building 

Sydenham Public Building 

Toronto Postal Station A. 

Whitby Public Building, local improvements 

Windsor Public Building 



212 



959 70 
304 15 

018 00 
350 54 
500 00 
686 26 
113 00 
991 95 
978 61 
347 17 
014 16 
998 45 

019 32 
555 00 
014 48 
983 55 
770 41 

12 00 
145 41 
165 38 
882 50 



Total, carried to page V— 2 431,810 04 



Public Buildings: Ontario— Edifices publics: Ontario. 

Cardinal Public Building ($3,959.70)— 

Site: purchase price, S. E. Leamy, $4,000; less sale of old shed, $77.65 3, 922 35 

Legal services, A. C. Casselman, $26.10; advertising, $11.25 37 35 

Cayuga Public Building, heating, etc. ($2,304.15)— 

Minnes & Co., T. J.: alterations and additions to plumbing and heating, $2,196; kitchen 

sink and tank. $80.50 2 -' 

Advertising, $26.40; King's Printer, $1.25 27 65 

Elmira Public Building ($2,018)— 

Bleakney, E. A., amount retained from final estimate, 1915-16, $2,000, less $60 for work 

not done 1 , 940 00 

Electrical work, $15; post office railing, $63 78 00 

Gait Drill Hall ($350.54)— 

Thomas, Geo. H., grading 308 00 

Advertising, $41.04; King's Printer, $1.50 42 54 

Kemptville Public Building, detailed in 1916-17, V— 33 500 00 

Kingston, R. M. College, covered drill hall ($2,686.26)— 

Hunter, H., erection of gymnasium, as agreed 1, 994 00 

Kingston Construction Co., detailed in 1916-17, page V— 33 4-4 1- 

Power & Son: use of office, $45; 12 inspection visits. 42 h., $42 87 00 

Entrance box, switch and fuses. $21; 8 mains, $19.50; wiring gymnasium, $38.50; repairs, 

$42.08 121 08 

Milverton Public Building ($1,113)— 

Bleakney, E. A.: on account amount retained in 1915-16, $800; extra work, pump, $273; 

sundry, $215. less $175 deducted for change in floor 1, 113 00 

Ottawa Customs Building $24,991.95)— 

Barrett Bros.: 640 bags cement, $384: 65-54 ton stone, $147.46; sundrv, $5.85 537 31 



Carried forward 



13,468 96 



V — 24 Al DITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. I9f9 

Public Buildings: Ontario— Continued.— Edifices publics: Ontario— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 13,468 96 

Ottawa Customs Building — Concluded* 

Creosoted Block Paving Co.: 3-in. creosoted wood-block paving laid on cement 

sand cushion, 580 sq. yd., $1,682, extra paving, $27 1, 709 00 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 292$ sq. ft. rubber matting 131 02 

Farley & Co.: 1,963 sq. ft. simplex floor finish, $196.30; Foster, R. R., 103 loads sand, 

$231.75 428 05 

Grant-Holden-Graham, 260 awnings complete 1,364 50 

Lyall & Sons Const. Co., P.: extra granite for driveway, 1,877 c. ft. at $2.50; on account 

$3,000 retained in 1916-17, $2,370 7,062 50 

McKinley & North wood: 6 Presto heaters, installed, $1,660; sundry, $36.73 1,696 73 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: installation of metallic fittings, complete, $27,990; less $23,910 

paid in 1916-17, V— 34 4,080 00 

Rankin, W. A., 34 fan light openers and cords 83 30 

Steel Equipment Co.: metal parts for ladder, set up, $362; duty, etc., $145.25; detailed 

in 1916-17, $2,885 3,392 25 

Storr, J., 144 signs, $141; Wright & Co., stone. $69.75 210 75 

Legal services, Larleur, McDougall, McFarlane & Pope 96 55 

Hygrodeik, $23; lumber, $45.20; sundry, $11.57 79 77 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings Pay-lists (Page V— 43) 4, 120 22 

Ottawa Buildings Fittings ($83,128.61)— 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works: Interior, metal file, $290; Militia and Defence, cupboards, 

$560; New Chemical Laboratory, 23 metal lockers, $218.50 1,068 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. ($57,997.20)— 

Agriculture: 3 steel cases, $81; 6 vertical transfer cases, $25.50; sundry, $29 135 50 

Customs: 8 sliding ladders, $240; extra on case, $90; less 10 hooked ladders return- 180 00 

ed, $150. External Affairs; 2 sliding ladders and tracks, $90; sundry, $32.45 122 45 

Finance: 7 card cabinets, $93; vert, steel cabinet, $60, cupboard, 4 sections, 2 pr. 
ends, $214.75; steel fittings, $949; 26 sections, $918.25; 100 steel trays, $250; 

sundry, $122.50 2, 607 50 

Food Controller: 4 bases, $36; 7 card sections, $143; 6 steel sections, $202; sundry, $43.50. 424 50 

House of Commons: 3 pr. ends, $30; 3 sections, $115; 3 shelves, $6.75 151 75 

Immigration: pr. ends, $10; 8 sections, $231 ; top, $4 245 00 

Interior: cabinet, $45; steel case, $229; cupboard section, $43 317 00 

Justice: card index case, $95; 5 vert, sections, pr. ends, $285 380 00 

Labour: 6 card index sections, $45; 3 sections, $120 165 00 

Marine and Fisheries: 3 cabinets, $165; 6 sections, $165; steel truck, $140; sundry, $20. 490 00 

Militia and Defence: 16 bases, $122.25; 8 card cabinets, $94; 2 safe, $326; 3 index 
cases, $675; 29 special steel cases, $10,075; 120 transfer cases, $579.50; 24 pr.ends, 
$240; guides, $156.67; 7 ladders, $410; 26 cabinet sections, $692.50; 142 steel 
sections, $4,729.15; 258 steel sections with track, etc., $10,705; 11 tops, $44; 2 
tracks, $69; 3 trucks, $270; 50 steel vert, uprights, $2,000; 16 vert, uprights, 2 pr. 

ends, etc., $724; sundry, $358.25 32,270 32 

New Chemical Laboratory, 2 steel sections 58 00 

Naval Service: 6 steel cabinets, $309.40; 9 sections, $410; stacking cabinets, $164; 

sundry, $98.45 

Post Office Department: steel vault fittings, $1,195; 12 sections, $314; sundry, $63.. 

Public Works: 31 cabinets, $1,449.20; freight, etc., $60.18 

Railway Commission: cabinet and pr. ends, $105; folders and guides, $86; 2 sections, 

$90 

Railways and Canals: steel case, $349; 17 sections, 4 pr. ends, $659.90; sundry, $29.05. 

Royal N. W. Mounted Police, voucher outstanding 

Secretary of State: safe cabinet, $150; 18 sections, shelves, top, etc., $636 

Trade and Commerce: steel cases, $2,275; 3 double face stacks library shelving, $1,155 

Stock: 8 pr. ends, $80; 250 sections, $10,600 10, 680 00 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: Agriculture, 2 cabinets, $48.90; Militia, 5 cabinets, $144 

Pritchard Andrews Co., 2 brass grilles 

Steel Equipment Co. ($22,474.63)— . . 

Economic Minerals Museum: 2 cupboards, $175; wardrobe, $18 

Finance: 2 lock cupboards, $70; 14 wardrobes, $378; sundry, $43 

Fuel Controller, file cabinet 

House of Commons and Museum Building: 2 file cases, $750; 6 pigeon hole cases, $690. 

Immigration, 2 steel cases 

Inland Revenue, 14 sections, track, etc 

Interior: 9 cabinets and pr. ends, $417.59; 2 vert, cases, $1,873; sundry, $42.50 

Militia and Defence: roller shelf bookcase, $187; 9 cabinets, $495; 40 file cabinets, as 
agreed, $2,630, less $120 for work not done; 4 pr. ends, $60; 4 cabinets and pr. ends, 

$170; 43 file cases, $2,180; 300 trays, $675; 4 wardrobes, $72; sundry, $114.50 

Naval Service, metal library shelving 

Pension Commission: 37 cabinets, $1,684; locks on 15 cabinets, $90; 4 wardrobes, 

$72; -sundry, $111.51 

Post Office Department: 13 cases, $3,925; sorting table, $150 

Carried forward 115,952 30 



981 85 


1,572 00 


1,509 38 


281 00 


1,037 95 


172 00 


786 00 


> 3,430 00 


10,680 00 


192 90 


53 00 


193 00 


491 00 


50 00 


1,440 00 


860 00 


629 00 


2,333 09 
i 


6,463 50 


225 00 


1,957 51 


4,075 00 



PUBLIC VTORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE? V — 25 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Public Buildings: Ontario— Continued.— Edifices publics: Ontario— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 115, 952 30 

Ottawa Buildings Fittings — Concluded. 
Steel Equipment Co.— Co nclua ed. 

Public Works: 35 cabinets, $1,730; 5 sections, etc., $201.50; sundry, $57.13 1,988 63 

Railway Commission: 2 sections of steel cases with ladder, etc 1, 275 00 

Railways and Canals, 3 sections, 2 pr. ends 139 00 

Trade and Commerce, cupboard and 5 bases 75 00 

War Purchasing Commission: 5 file cabinets 279 90 

Taylor, J. & J.: Interior Dept., steel cabinet 110 00 

Advertising, $1,218.65; King's Printer, $13.73 1,232 38 

Ottawa, Building and Macerating Plant for Currency Branch of Finance Dept. ($19,347.17) — 

Bell Telephone Co., 600 ft. conduit, $82.80; C.P.Ry., freight, $219.49 302 29 

Doran & Devlin: contract for building complete, $7,400; less $600 for works not complete. 6,800 00 

Ottawa Electric Co., temporary overhead service to East Block switchboard ,... 165 00 

Row & Davis, macerating machine 8, 500 00 

Duty on macerating machine, $2,975; entry fee, $3 2, 978 00 

Manhole cover and frame, $48; 52 lb. solder, $26; 4 switches, $35.10; sundry, $76.44. .' 185 54 

Advertising, $37.05; King's Printer, $225.20 262 25 

Detailed with "Ottawa Buildings, Pay-lists" (Page V-43) 154 09 

Ottawa Parliament and Department Buildings Rewiring ($20,014.16) — 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 275 ft. tel. cable, $178.75; sundry wire, etc., $45 223 75 

Eclipse Plating & Sales Co.: 42 moonstone bowls, 25 canopies, 42 three-hundred-watt 

lamps, $674.97; sundry, $134.. 808 97 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 76 condulets, $58.40; 202f lb. annunciator wire, $122.87; 4,195 

ft. fixture wire, $41.95; sundry, $331.22 554 44 

Medical attendance for H. Proulx, $57.95; 4 steel boxes, $24; sundry, $145.61 227 56 

Detailed with "Ottawa Buildings Pay-lists (Page V— 43) 18, 199 4 

Ottawa, Pavement including share of cost of repaving Sussex street ($42,998.45) — 

Ottawa Construction Co., repairs to pavement, Wellington street: asphalt surface, 3-in., 
including removal of old material, etc., 12,362-5 sq. yd. at $1.60; sandstone paving, 
1,256-33 sq. yd. at $3; concrete, 75 cu. yd. at $9; less $2,288.13 refunded by Ottawa 

Electric Ry., and $12.51 by Ottawa Gas Co 21,923 35 

O'Leary's, Ltd.: paving St. Patrick street, as agreed, $4,890; sundry extras, $45^50 4,935 50 

Ottawa Citv, share of cost of asphalt and wood block paving on Sussex street, $16,336.04, 

less $286.04 paid in 1918-19 16,050 00 

Sims, W. J., services, Oct. 15-Nov. 8, 22 d ,. 88 00 

King's Printer's account '. 1 60 

Ottawa Printing Bureau, freight elevators ($4,014.48) — 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., on account two freight elevators 3, 566 25 

Advertising, $402.16; King's Printer, $46.07 448 2, 

Ottawa Royal Mint, repairs, etc. ($1,019.32) — 

Builders' Sales, Ltd., 9,278 lb. roofing pitch 70 51 

Lumber, $32.45; solder, $10; sundry, $21.83 64 28 

Detailed with "Ottawa Buildings Pay-lists" (Page V— 43) 884 53 

Ottawa Buildings Fire escapes ($3,555) — 

Campbell Steel & Iron Works, fire escape on East Block 3, 450 00 

Ontario-May-Oatway Fire Alarms, 3,000 ft. fire-escape cable 105 00 

Palmerston Public Building ($8,983.55)— 

Construction, E. A. Bleakney: contract complete, $30,770; pressed brick for common, 
$1 ,100; fencing, paving and grading, $1 ,700; fence, wall and curb, $300; graining interior, 
$200; lighting tower, $78; moving foundation, $300; raising building and tower, 
$1,550; vault, $1,900; less $676.40 for work not required, and less, $30,150, paid in 

previous years as shown at page V — 35, 1916-17 7, 071 60 

Clerk of works, Jos. Ranton, April-May 208 00 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., interior fittings, as agreed 1, 353 00 

Dillane, A. K.: 2 chairs, $18.50; desk, $49.50; 37 shades, $74.95; 2 stools, $5.25 148 20 

Interior Hardwood Co., street receiver cupboard 60 00 

Mathers, S. : installing clock, $100; sundry, $42.75 142 75 

Prescott Public Building, repairs, etc. ($2,770.41).. 

Appleton, Geo.: labour, 56 h. at $1, 1,728§ h. at 50c; 1,223 lb. galv. iron, $156.77; sundry 

material, $93.13; 35 p.c. on material, $86.93 1,257 08 

Dubeau, C. N.: labour, 555 h. at 50c, 529 at 45c, 624 at 30c, 563 at 20c; 4,600 brick, 

$50.80; freight, $34; lumber, $157.79; sundry, $64.68; 15 p.c. on $845.12 accounts for 

overhead charges, $126.78 1 , 249 40 

Grant-Holden-Graham, 2 sheets, $4.80; Lavery, J., travel, $46 50 80 

LeTourneux, fils & Cie.: 25 gal. ferrodor paint, $81.25; express, $4.31 85 56 

Power & Son: inspection of $2,572.46 work, $77.17; 7 inspection trips, $60; travel, $50.40; 

less $60 for sale of lumber 127 57 

Sydenham Public Building, advertising 12 00 



Carried forward 223,766 75 



V— 26 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1911-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Public Buildings: Ontario— Concluded.— Edifices publics: Ontario— Fin. $ cts 

Brought forward 223,766 75 

Toronto Postal Station A ($212,145.41) — 

Toronto Terminals Railway Co.: estimate 37 to June 30, 1918: general conditions, 
$20,212.19; foundations, etc., $77,714.46; steel work, final, $125,555.88; cut stone, 
$57,033; cut stone, curbs and approaches, $14,907.80; concrete fireproofing, $30, 129.80; 
drainage, $3,862.50; terra cotta fireproofing, $45,784.09; masonry, $30,806.10; roof 
and skylights, $9,984.31; frames and sash, $4,107.25; mechanical equipment, 
$71,195.78; electrical equipment, $9,027.50; iron work, $1,109.25; 3 per cent com- 
mission, $15,042.84; drawback returned to Lyall Co., $9,460.96; less drawback, 
$38,377.82, and less $23,710.06 paid in 1915-16, $254,299.40, paid in 1916-17, and 
$47, 227.94 paid in 1918-19 162, 318 49 

Toronto Terminals Railway Co.: overhead charges to Mar. 31, 1918; plans, specifications, 
etc., $90,000; supervision 2 p.c. on work done $27,313.48; general plans for heating, 
plumbing, etc., $9,580; supervision, $3,601.07; salaries of staff, W. J. Armstrong, 
$1,000, H. K. Ferguson, $10,389.15, J. W. Hankin, $1,625, L. T. Hirsch, $4,375, C. 
Leonard, $2,650, J. W. Leonard, $6,354.16, L. J. Mitchell, $1,700, J. W. R. Ambrose's 
staff, $10,283.23; rent, $2,708.40; insurance, $6,993.43; travel, $2,514.17; appeal 
against assessment, $891; sundry, $1,334.39; total, $183,312.48; of which 25 p.c. is 
charged against "Station A", $45,828.01; drawings, etc., for heating, plumbing, etc., 
of East Wing, 3 p.c. on $227,739, $6,832.17, less $1,717.85 paid on general plans; extra 
blueprint, 84c; less $31,824.71, paid in 1916-17, and $760.90 paid in 1918-19 18,357 56 

Toronto Terminals Railway Co.: rental of site, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1918, $17,000; taxes, 

balance 1916, $650.70, 1917, $5,286.18 22,936 88 

Resident architect, R. C. Wright; 12 m., $3,600; travel and outlay, $277.48 3,877 48 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: worm-driven baggage truck, $2,895; Edison battery, 

$160 3, 055 00 

Williams & Co., H. H., service re securing of site for postal station, May, 1914, to Dec. 

1915 1, 600 00 

Whitby Public Building, Local improvements — 

Town of Whitby, local improvements, sewer, west side of Brock street, commuted pay- 
ments 2, 165 38 

Windsor Public Building ($1,882.50)— 

Brooke & Sons, painting, plastering and glazing 312 00 

Gas and Electric Supply Co., wiring, $200; Haugh, G. C, carpenter-work, $163 363 00 

Pennington & Brian: hot-water heating and plumbing, $840; repairing chimneys, fire- 
walls, etc., $232.50; repairing and painting roof and gutters, $135 1, 207 50 

Total 439, 960 04 

Less, charged to Dominion Buildings, Maintenance (Page V — 125) 8, 150 00 

Total, as on Page V-23 431,810 04 



Public Buildings: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta: Summary. 
Edifices publics: Manitoba, Saskatchewan et Alberta: Sommaire. 

Brandon, Man., Experimental Farm Buildings 46, 083 80 

Winnipeg Immigration Buildings, Improvements 1,933 00 

Winnipeg, Alterations to Immigration building No. 1, for Postal Station A 14, 164 38 

Winnipeg New Immigration Building 13 25 

Battleford, Sask., Public Building, Repairs, etc 1,488 00 

Regina, Alterations to A. R. G.'s Building 8,092 52 

Regina, Alterations to old Lands Building 2, 922 24 

Saskatoon, Post Office, Improvement 1 , 437 92 

Sutherland Forest Nursery, water supply 1,482 13 

Calgary, Alberta, Drill Hall 204,409 62 

Calgary, Exam. Warehouse, drain 4,080 97 

Coutts, Immigration Building .' 2,043 00 

Grande Prairie, Dominion Lands Office 160 50 

Grande Prairie, Immigration Building 4,511 96 

Peace River, Immigration Building 4, 717 25 

Spirit River Immigration Building 4, 389 95 

Total, carried to page V-2 301,930 49 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 27 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Public Buildings: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. $ c ts. 

Edifices publics: Manitoba, Saskatchewan et Alberta. 

Brandon, Man., Experimental Farm Buildings, including interest on delayed payment ($46,083.80)— 
Bullock, A. E. ($42,784.92)— 

Cattle barn: contract complete, $21,959.60; 8 new iron columns, $137.80; taking out 

old curbs and relaying, $627; sundry extras, $59.20; less, $579.98 for work omitted 22,203 62 

Horse barn: contract complete, $13,030.90; electric wiring in conduit, $160; sundry, 

$150.08; less, $159.30 for work omitted 13,181 68 

Utility Building: contract completed, $7,211; less, $32 for work omitted 7,179 00 

Interest on delayed final estimates 220 62 

Clerk of works, H. D. Spratling, Sept. 25 to Jan. 17, 100 d 600 00 

Beatty Bros., 54 stalls, 30 water bowls, 7 calf pens, 110 ft. track, etc 1,569 60 

Mitchell & McGregor: 6 sqrs. ceiling, $51; 5 rolls wire cloth, $43.75; galv. iron, $20.40; 

sundry, $78.32 • 193 47 

Wade & Sons, W. U.: lumber, 400 ft. at $43, 2,266 at $40, 1,208 at $38, 820 ft., $29.34; 

sundry, $20.50 203 58 

Carpenters, 572 h. at 50c, hardware, $8.50; plumbing; $36.50; 406 lb. window rods, $47.50 378 50 

Travel of architect, H. E. Matthews, 2 trips 35 20 

Advertising, $161.20; King's Printer, $157.33 318 53 

Winnipeg Immigration Building No. 1, alterations for postal station ($14,164.38) — 

Beairsto's Plumbing Establishment, supplying and installing new radiators, mains, returns, 

etc 698 40 

Can. Mathews Gravity Carrier Co.: incline single strand truck elevator, capacity 15,000 

pounds, and 5 h.p. motor, $1,526.50; sundry attachments on platform trucks, etc., 

$322.68 1 , 849 18 

Fort Rouge Elec. Co., sundry, $18.60; Mackie Co., lavatory, $52 70 60 

Hood, W. J.: alterations in basement, $4,088; decorating and painting, $338; mastic floor 

in basement, $973.50; work at inclined elevator, $2,373; lavatory in basement, $596; 

taking down partitions and other work, mezzanine floor, $2,370; removing scales and 

setting up in new position, $285; sundry, $690.56; less $215 retained for work not done 11,499 06 

Advertising, $42.64; King's Printer, $4.50 47 14 

Winnipeg Immigration Buildings, Improvements ($1,933)— 

Beairsto's Plumbing Establishment, repairs to heating and plumbing, No. 1, $238; No. 

2, $137 375 00 

Hood, W. J., ventilating fan and motor, and erecting penthouse on roof of main hall 1, 316 00 

Mackie Co., Jas.: brick pit and changes to drain, $82; new sink, $45; sundry, $29.70 156 70 

Electric work, $15.54; plumbing, $41; report on site, $5 61 54 

Advertising 23 76 

Winnipeg New Immigration Building — 

Hot water for drill machine, $5; sharpening drills, etc., $8.25 13 25 

Battleford, Sask., Public Building, repairs, etc. ($1,488)— 

Jorgensen, Fred., installing fire protection 258 40 

McAngus, D., repairing building, as tendered 1 , 084 00 

Town of Battleford, installing two-inch water service 145 60 

Regina, Sask., A.R.G. Building, alterations to accommodate post office ($8,092.52) — 

Construction, Wilson & Wilson: contract for alterations, complete, $7,900; changes to 

catch basin, $109.07 8,009 07 

Turnbull & McCauslan, legal services, voucher outstanding 3 00 

Advertising, $79.20; King's Printer, $1.25 80 45 

Regina, old Lands Building, alterations to accommodate Customs ($2,922.24) — 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., single belt freight elevator 1, 195 00 

Whiteford Bros., installing electric power system 57 24 

Wilson & Wilson, alterations and additions, as tendered 1 , 670 00 

Saskatoon Post Office, Improvements ($1,437.92)— 

Bonnie, Jas.: alterations and addition to interior fittings, $828; repairing flooring, $102.30; 

sundry, $44.20 974 50 

McGarvey Electric Co., putting in 40 lights 169 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., alterations to interior fittings 163 50 

Advertising, $93.12; King's Printer, $37.80 130 92 

Sutherland Forest Nursery, Water supply ($1,482.13) — 

Town of Sutherland, water pipe, 8 in., 683 ft. at 88c, 6 in., l,581Jft. at55-08c 1,472 13 

Whiteman, J., moving pipes to Nursery 10 00 

Calgary, Alta., Drill Hall ($204,409.62)— 

Construction, A. G. Creelman & Co.: estimate 17 on $282,051.45 contract, $227, 159.95; 

less $22,719.95 drawback, and $5,480, paid in 1916-17, V-38 198,960 00 

Clerk of works, Jas. Ferguson, April-Mar., 306 d 2, 142 00 

Architect, Leo. Dowler, 1? per cent commission on net estimate 17, $3,066.65, less $91.33 

paid in 1916-17 2, 975 32 

Canadian Inspection & Testing Laboratories, mill inspection of steelwork 109 45 

Pollard, H., photographs of building, 108 prints 162 00 

Travel of resident clerk of works, W. T. Mollard 60 85 

Calgary Examining Warehouse, "Drain ($4,080.97)— 

City of Calgary, construction of sewer, 763 l.ft. trench, excavated, pipe laid and back- 
filled, 2 manholes 4,080 97 

Carried forward 286, 107 83 



V — 28 . W hi 7 ( ) R I } /.A /; /.'. 1 L's ItEPOR 7\ 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919- 

Public Buildings: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta— Concluded. $ cts. 

Edifices publics: Manitoba, Saskatchewan et Alberta— Fin. 

Brought forward 286,107 83 

Coutts Immigration Building ($2,043)— 

Clark, G. P.: erection of building, SI, 995; extra work, $48 2,043 00 

Grande Prairie Dom. Lands Office ($160.50)— 

Landry & Landry, legal services 10 50 

Roy, Peter, repairs to building, as tendered 150 00 

Grande Prairie Immigration Building— 

Cuthbertson, N., immigration hall, fencing, painting interior, staining roof 4,511 96 

Peace River Immigration Building — 

Cuthbertson, N., construction of building 4, 717 25 

Spirit River Immigration Building ($4,389.95)— 

Connell & Grigg: kitchen range, $45; 2 wood stoves, $44; sundry, $31.65 120 65- 

Cuthbertson, N.: construction of building, $3,787; painting interior, $335; fence, etc., 

$109.20 4,231 20 

Advertising, $10; cupboard, $11; pipe, $17.10 38 10 

Total, as on page V-26 301,930 49 

Public Buildings: British Columbia: Summary. 
Edifices publics: Colombie-Britannique: Sommaire. 

Ashcroft, Public Building 3, 134 84 

Victoria Dom. Buildings, Local improvements 2,817 50 

Victoria Old Post Office, Taxes 8,088 42 

Williams Head Quarantine Station , Repairs 450 00 

Williams Head Quarantine Station, Additional land 263 75 

Williams Head Quarantine Station, Water supply 3, 702 24 

Total, carried to page V— 2 18,456 75 



Public Buildings: British Columbia— Edifices publics: Colombie-Britannique. 

Ashcroft Public Building ($3,134.84)— 

Dixon & Murray, 2 counters with bin and table, one cupboard 750 00 

Hunt, Ed.: addition to building, $957; blinds, $50; cupboard, $20.54; porch, $80; wall, 

$100; concrete side walk, $288; telegraph fittings, $714.30 2,209.84 

Clerk of works, Jas. Haddock, April, 25 days 175_00 

Victoria Dominion Buildings, Local improvements — 

City of Victoria, local improvements, light, sewer charges and water frontage: old Cus- 
tom House, $45; 'new post office, $1,165.50; old post office, $472; Immigration hall, 
$1, 135 2,817 50 

Victoria Old Post Office Building, Taxes- 
City of Victoria, taxes, 1914, $3,613.25, 1915, $2,912.94, 1916, $1,562.23 8,088 42 

Williams Head Quarantine Station, Additional land, etc.— 

King's Printer 263 75 

Williams Head Quarantine Station, Repairs, etc. — 

Bell, John, repairing, sewer, gutters, etc 450 00 

Williams Head Quarantine Station, water supply ($3,702.24) — 

Colville & Son, W. K., removing 847-8 tons pipe from old fort, Toronto, to National Iron 

Works 1,271 72 

National Iron Works, cleaning and testing pipe at $4.50 per ton, $3,815.22, less $2,621.77 

scrap iron obtained 1,193 45 

Winch, P. K., hauling and distributing pipe 537 02 

Wood Motor Co.: Ford car, $575; extra tires, etc., $51 626 00 

Small payments, gasolene, etc 74 05 

Totals, as on page V— 28 18,456 75 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 29 



Experimental Farms: New Buildings, Repairs, etc. 
Fermes expe>imentales: Nouvelles constructions, reparations, etc. 

Ottawa Central Farm—Ferme Centrale, Ottawa ($84M4-08). 

Pay-lists, Construction and repairs ($15,543.74) — 

Foremen: R. Birtch, 12 m. at $85; D. G. Boyd, 12 m. at $110 : 

Carpenter at $3.60 per d.: J. Scott 

Carpenters at $3. 25 per d.: L. Bruley, $3.25; M. Cathcart, $871.01; F.Crawley, $1,049.76; 
R. Peters, $854.76; R. Preston, $34.13; R. Vogan, $1,051.38; C. Weatherston, $34.13.. 

Carpenters at 45c. per h.: W. McDonald, $32.40; B. McLuskey, $32.40 

Electrician, H. Hardy, 8-984 m. at $75, 3 m. at $80 

Gardener at $2.75 per d.: L. Hoban 

Labourers at $2.35 per d.: W. Armstrong, $112.80; T. Beckwith, $145.70; T. Deavy, 
$251.45; C. Grimes, $171.55; M. Heird, $111.63; D. Jardine, $420.65; R. Johnston, 
$126.90; T. Lawn, $240.88; A. McCaughan, $541.68; J. Mitchell, $630.98; G. Olive, 
$397.16; J. Olive, $179.78; W. O'Neil, $462.95; R. Palin, $663.88; A. Raabe, $108.10; 
A. Rea, $230.31; J. Vaushon, $103.40; J. Walsh, $133.95; 24 payments under $100, 
$1 199 72 

Painters at $3 per d.: J. Froats, $969; J. Stewart, $18 , . . 

Plumber, B. Romp. \ m. at $65; 8| m. at $75, 3 m. at $85 

Teaming at $6 per d.: H. W. Brooks 

Anderson, J. W.: 3 h.p., 60 cycle, 110 volt Wagner motor, complete with slide rails and pulley. 

Barrett Bros: 875 bags cement, $550.69; 22 lengths pipe, $19.65; sundry, $25.28 

Brennan, H. C, Co.: 150 ft. linen fire hose, $45; sundry, $37.50 

Brooks, H. W.: 15 loads sand, $45; 38 d. teaming, $228 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd.: 64| yd. sheeting, $27.95; 21 window blinds, $18.90; sundry, $12.31. 

Davidson & Crooks: 11 grate bars, $44; sundry, $22.65 

Davidson, Estate of J.: 1,500 ft. pine, $72.50; sundry, $4.50 

Dominion Machine & Supply Co.: 688 lb. steel, $56.02; 8 wood and 2 iron pulleys, 2 safety 

collars and 182 ft. D.L. belting, $355; sundry, $7.50 

Foster, R. R.: stone, 42-91 t. \\ in., $75.02,9-65 t. pea, $21.06 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: conduit, 180 ft. galv., $27.75; 150 ft. iron, $16.50; rebuilding westing- 
house starter, $36; 6,566 ft. r.c. wire and cable, $149.68; sundry, $237.14 

General Supply Co. of Canada: 30 h.p., 60 cycle, 440 volt electric motor, complete with pulley, 

slide rails, auto starter and overlaid relays, $639; 63-6 ft. leather belting, $57.32; sundry, 

$56.24 

Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd.: 3 recovers, $17.40; storing and erecting 168 awnings, $134.40.. . 

King, W.: 578 lb. grate bars 

Mason, G. M., Ltd.: 1,000' basswood, $45; 3,700' birch, $269.10; 2,628' lumber, $111.41; 

30,502' pine, $1,364.41; 50 M shingles, $249; 2,000' shiplap, $74; 15,391' spruce, $669.52; 

12,142' spruce, 6,500' pine, 400' battens, 22 M shingles, as quoted, $980; 15 .window and 

door frames and 8 doors, $145; sundry, $186.08 

McKinley & North wood, Ltd.: plumbing supplies 

McLaughlin, J. & Co.: plastering, as per contract, $265; repairs, $36.10 

McLennan, J. R.: 5 enamel basins, $52; 3 closets, $66; 186 galv. elbows, $26.68; pipe, 1,454 

ft. galv., $157.60, 77 ft. soil, $31.59; 10 radiators, $273; section for Stafford steam boiler, 

$46; 4 enamel sinks, $54; 72 galv. tees, $31.35; 31 valves, $89.20; sundry, $226.58 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: guides, $12; section with ends, $50; sundry, $9 .50 

Ottawa, Corporation of: fire main, labour, $372.47, materials, $5,620.41; thawing out water 

service, $30 

Phillips, J.: installing dust fan and pipes in flax building, $200; sundry, $34.87 

Rankin, W. A.: 49| gal. boiled oil, $71.98; case dynamite, $16.50; Otis-Fensom land power 

elevator, $280; 150 lb. Indian red in oil, $29.50; 25 kegs nails, $142.40; 2 doz. picks and 

handles, $24.60; 2 rolls poultry netting, $31.90; 783£ ft. screening, $26.52; 399 lb. sheet 

lead, $81.80; 2\ doz. shovels, $30.75; 300 lb. sulphite, $21; 20 thermometers, $27.25; 

6 wheelbarrows, $42; 750 lb. white lead, $137.70; sundry, $443 .55 

Rideau Canal Supply Co., Ltd.: 52 loads sand, $143; sundry, $14.75 

Savage & MacDonell, 4,000 ft. pine, $152; Sonneborn, L., Sons, Inc., brl. lapedolith, $114.34 
Spence, E. D.: repairing boiler and chimney, $31.35; repairing foundation and building brick 

extension to greenhouse, $675 

Stewart, P.: 39 brushes, $30.20; 89 Its. glass, $73.09; 4 gal. orange shellac, $19.50; 187 rolls 

wall paper and 110 yd. border, $55.65; sundry, $85.17 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd.: h. w. boiler 

Small payments: cab hire and car fare, $44; 80 bags cement, $47; customs duty, $28.50; 

desk, $25.65; electrical supplies, $24.15; 1,200 lb. modelling clay, $36; 2 presto-phones, 

$35; 4 sections, base and top, $33.80; 12 Beatty stanchions, $32.40; sweeping 64 chimneys, 

$48; thawing out gas service and supplying gas, $21 .25; sundry, $110.24 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings: Heating (Page V— 39). 

Experimental Farms outside of Ottawa— Fermes experimental en dehors d 'Ottawa. 

Charlotte town, P.E.I. ($257.56)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 35 h., $7.74; foreman, 3 d., $8.65; labourers, 78£ h., 

$11 .70; mason, 10 h., $3.50; paperhangers, 99 h., $23.82; teamster, 12 h., $2.40 

Hogan, M. P.: 1,417 ft. hemlock, $30.77; 1,002 ft. spruce, $24.98; sundry, $9.58 



$ cts- 



2,340 00 

37 80 

3,898 42 

64 80 

913 75 

38 50 



6,233 47 

987 00 

925 00 

105 00 

255 00 

595 62 

82 50 

273 00 

59 16 

66 65 

77 00 

418 52 



467 07 



752 56 

151 80 

60 11 



4,093 52 

51 31 

301 10 



1,054 00 
71 50 

6,022 88 
234 87 



1,407 45 
157 75 
266 34 

706 35 

263 61 
139 68 



485 99 



57 81 
65 33 



Carried forward / 34,367 16- 



V— 30 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 s 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Experimental Farms: New Buildings, Repairs, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Fermes ex p^rimen talcs: Nouvelles constructions, reparations, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 34,367 16 

Experimental Fanns outside of Ottawa — Con. — Fermes experimental en dehors d'Ottawa — Suite. 

Chariot tetown, P.E.I. — Concluded. 

Small payments: hardware, $35.24; 49 rolls wall paper and 170 yd. border, $42.75; sundry, 

$56.23 134 42 

Kentville, N.S. ($651.97)— 

Repairing buildings, etc. : carpenter, 78 d 182 00 

Calkin, T. P. & Co.: 20i gal. paint, $49; 9 sqs. paroid, $22.50; 118 h. plumber, $59.60; 

sundry, $127.28 258 38 

Small payments: Knox hose-cart, $45; 5,832 ft. lumber, $113.96; sundry, $52.63 211 59 

Nappan, N.S. ($3,934.99)— 

Repairing buildings,' etc.: carpenters, 1,980 h., $723.97; labourers, 632 h., $133.06; teams- 
ters, 622 h., $156.92 1,013 95 

Douglas & Co., Ltd.: 300 bags cement, $225; hardware, $55.17; 4 kegs nails, $22.80; 

15 rolls roofing, $45 347 97 

Dunlap Bros. & Co.: 892£ ft. galv. pipe, $94.21; hardware, $16.72; 11 kegs nails, $70.85; 

2 doz. shovels, $23 204 78 

Louden Machinery Co. of Canada, Ltd.: 120 ft. track complete with carrier, etc 100 00 

Rhodes, Curry Co., Ltd.: 3,600 brick, $50.40; 2 doors, $24; 2,200 ft. hemlock, $55; 
1,600 sq. ft. linofelt sheathing paper, $98.33; 3 kegs nails, $30; pine, 451 ft., $34.88, 
5,205 1. ft., $145.68; 96 M shingles, $571.88; 6,995 ft. spruce, $234.62; 3,000 ft. spruce 
flooring, $165; 5,100 ft. spruce sheathing, $271.50; 33 window frames, sashes and 
storm sashes, 6 pes. door jamb and 176 1. ft. pine, as quoted, $375; sundry, $87.32 2, 143 61 

Small payments: 179 t. gravel, $62.65; plumbing, $31 .98; sundry, $30.05 124 68 

Fredericton, N.B. ($3,232.06)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 3,223 h., $968.75; labourers, 1,260^ h., $304.13; 

mason, 79 h., $43.45; painter, 334 h., $100.20; teamsters, 57-6 d., $123.82; tender, 

98| h ., $29.55 1 , 569 90 

Babbitt Lumber Co.: 13,778 ft. hemlock, $321.73; 5,000 ft. lath, $17.50; sundry, 50c 339 73 

Canadian Government Railways: freight 53 60 

Grouski, E.: 3,440 lb. iron, $41.20; 4,200 lb. rails, $84 125 20 

Limerick, A. & Son: 59 h. labour, $41.30; 280 ft. pipe, $38.10; sundry, $62 141 40 

Neill.J. S.& Sons, Ltd.: 115 bags cement, $103.50; 280 ft. galv. pipe, $43.82; 12 pr. hinges, 

$20.45; lead, 175 lb. Indian red, $18.75, 275 lb. white, $56.68; 6 casks lime, $15.80; 

£ brl. linseed oil, $34.49; nails, $22.70; 4 steel plates, $28.35; sundry, $129.13 473 67 

Risteen, J. C. Co.: 500' plank, $22.50; 3,150' sheathing, $94.25; 66 shutters, $133.65; 6 

window frames and sashes, $21.25; sundry, $54.47 326 12 

York & Sunberry Milling Co. : 16 M shingles 64 00 

River Valley Lumber Co.: 3,542 ft. spruce .- ' 69 34 

Small payments: 1-35 M brick, $18.90; foundry work, $19.75; sundry, $30.45 69 10 

Cap Rouge, Que. ($5,780.82)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 5,125 h 1,362 13 

Beatty Bros., Ltd.: 27 calf stanchions and 7 gates, $157.99; sundry, $13 170 99 

Bernard, J. A.: installing 2 radiators, etc., $55; 4 valves, $27; sundry, $3.58 85 58 

Canadian Northern Ry . System : freight 62 96 

Lajeunesse, G.: 10 rolls felt paper, $50; glass, $51.60; lead, 512£ lb. Venetian red, $83.29, 

350 lb. white, $61; 50| gal. linseed oil, $79.85; nails, $105.65; sundry, $83.96 515 35 

Leonard, B.: lumber, railway fares and express, $22.76; 85 lb. graphite, $17; 236 h. labour, 

$106.20; 15§ gal. oil, $31; 250 lb. white paint, $62.50; sundry, $48.25 287 71 

Martineau, L. T.: carriage hire, $28.50; 652 ft. galv. roofing, $110.84; installing 2 enamel 

closets, basin and 275 ft. piping, as quoted, $145.35; 218 h. labour, $85.33; repairing 

flag stones, $29; sundry, $129.72 ' 528 74 

Nesbitt, E. T.: 7 blinds, $35; door and frame, $22.50; 2,885 1. ft. lumber, $41.89; 3,022 

ft. pine, $190.88; 49,399 ft. spruce, $1,529.65; 7 window screens, $21; sundry, $43.85. . 1,884 77 

Pedlar People, Ltd.: 205 ft. lumber, $49.13; 44 sqs. shingles, $459.25; sundry, 60c 508 98 

Webster & Sons, Ltd.: 400 bags cement, $264; 10 kegs lime, $16; 72 lengths 6" pipe, $40.68; 

sundry, $4.43 325 11 

Small payments: 110 lb. galv. sheet iron, $16.50; nails, $7; carload spruce sawdust, $25. 48 50 

Farnham, Que. ($1,046.95)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 367 h., $131.25; labourers, 43-3 d., $94.02 \ 225 27 

Comeau, A. B.: 55 bags cement, $35.85; 1,932 ft. clapboard, $72.27; 2,907 ft. hemlock, 
$71.29; 8,372 ft. lumber, $323.23; 1,288 ft. pine, $90.16; 18 M shingles, $66.15; sundry, 
$29.75 688 70 

D'Artois, A. E. & Son: 3^- doz. pr. iron brackets, $36.75; 520 lb. nails, $32.15; sundry, 

$14.48 83 38 

Small payments:. 23§ yd. gravel, $22; 5 ventilators, $25; sundry, $2.60. 49 60 

Carried forward 49,148 37 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 31 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Experimental Farms: New Buildings, Repairs, etc.— Continued.— $ cts. 

Fermes experimentales: Nouvelles constructions, reparations, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 49,148 37 

Experimental Farms outside of Ottawa — Con. — Fermes experimentales en dehors d' 'Ottawa — Suite. 

Lennoxville, Que. ($6,010.90)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: bricklayers, 31 h., $18.60; carpenters and painters, 3,016 h., 

$1,173.55; foremen, 374 h., $101.76; labourers, 2,273| h., $480.46 1,774 37 

Asbestos Mfg. Co.: 2,880 "Asbestoslate" shingles, $136.08; sundry, $37.07 173 15 

Bown, W. A.: 2,500 ft. clapboards, $100; 600 ft. h. w. flooring, $27; 1,406 ft. hemlock, 

$40.58; 3,503 1. ft. lumber, $90.32; 1,474 ft. pine, $59.62; 19 M shingles, $75.37; 26,604 

ft. spruce, $914.97; sundry, $89.43 1,397 29 

Canadian Siegwart Beam Co., Ltd.: 615 sq. ft. concrete beams 153 75 

Clarke & Stewart: 462 bags cement, $281.90; sundry, $2.60 284 50 

Codere&SonCo.: 8 brl. celanite, $20; nails, $51.92; sink, $22.50; 277 ft. tyle pipe, $43.86; 

sundry, $93.31 231 59 

Cummings, A. H. & Son, Ltd.: doors, frames, sashes, windows, etc 141 00 

De Laval Dairy Supply Co., Ltd.: silo with roof, complete '. 345 80 

Lalumiere, J. E.: 291 ft. galv. iron, $39.70; 60 h. labour, $32.30; sundry, $56.23 128 23 

Langis, L. R.: installing electric wiring in new dairy building 260 00 

MacKinnon, Holmes & Co., Ltd.: beams, etc., 2,398 lb. steel 155 88 

McMurray & Hall: nails, $43.01; sundry, $16 59 01 

x MitcheU, J. S. & Co.: 40-89 gal. boiled oil, $65.42; 7 rolls climax paper, $36; 9 gal. paint, 

$33.75; 3 wheelbarrows, $31; 500 lb. white lead, $77.50; sundry, $136.98 380 65 

Noel, L. O.: 8 doors, $30.50; 3,181' fir sheathing, $164.83; 3,824' lumber, $135.14; 30 

sashes and frames, $76; sundry, $17.53 424 00 

Small payments: 3 M brick, $36; freight, $12.87; 117 loads gravel, $17.55; smithwork, 

$20.95; sundry, $14.31 101 68 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, Que. ($4,553.79)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 5,032 h., $1,422.15; labourers, 1,413 h., $239.62; 

masons, 104 h., $35.20; paper-hangers, 81 h., $24.30; plumbers, 247 h., $90.70; no 

details, $3.90 1 , 815 87 

Belanger, N., 149 Ids. sand, $119.20; Cloutier, E., 11,295 ft. pine, $276.73 395 93 

College de Ste. Anne: 2,050 ft. pine, $51.25; 280 ft. pipe, $22.40; sundry, $8.70 82 35 

Hudon, J., 10,335 ft. pine, $236.49; Lachance & Son, 16 M shingles, $64 300 49 

Lachance, G. I.: 100 lb. nails, $11; 30 toise shingles, $292.50 303 50 

Laforest, E.: 435 ft. pipe, $81.85; 6 toise shingles, $58.50; sundry, $46.14 186 49 

Landry, G.: 695 ft. pine, $17.38; sundry, $35.55 52 93 

Lavallee, A.: 3,500 bricks, $52.50; 257 Its. glass, $38.88; 1,989 lb. nails, $122.40; paint, 

oil, etc., $76.15; roofing paper, $66.97; sundry, $91.77 448 67 

Lizotte, B., 2,910 ft. pine, $64.02; Victoria Garage, 371 bags cement, $278.25 342 27 

Terriault, J.: 8 doors, $27.50; 1,450 ft. lumber, $34.60; 56 sashes, $144; sundry, $37.70. . . 243 80 

Union Agricole de Ste. Anne: 18^ boxes glass, $111; sundry, $14.55 125 55 

Small payments: 200 lb. iron oxide, $24; 1 doz. locks, $17; 9,282' lumber, $214.94 255 94 

Harrow, Ont.: Office Specialty Mfg. Co., section, $53; sundry, $9.49 62 49 

Kapuskasing, Ont.: base, 3 sections and top, $29.38; freight, $1.48 30 86 

Vineland, Ont.: desk, $30; section, $33; sundry, $6.84 69 84 

Brandon, Man. ($1,090.32)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: cement-finisher, 10 h., $5; labourers, 451J h., $101.59 106 59 

Boyd Electric Co., Ltd.: 38 h. labour, $22.80; 60 lb. wire, $33; sundry, $30.04 85 84 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: rebuilding scaling, re-pivoting scale, etc 78 00 

Good, A.: laying and supplying 193 ft. galv. iron water pipe, $193; laying sewer pipe, $25. 218 00 

Macpherson & Bedford: base, 4 sections and top, $25.25; cabinet, $80; desk, $30; sundry, 

$33 168 25 

Mitchell & McGregor: 25 bags cement, $24.40; 74 Its. glass, $35.59; sundry, $40.90 100 89 

Wade, W. U. & Sons: 5,705 ft. lumber, $204.64; sundry, $8.32 212 96 

Small payments: floor feed truck, $24; plumbing, $34.50; 6 slings for hay carrier outfit, 

$36*. sundry, $25.29 119 79 

Morden, Man. ($1,199.80)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 1,128 h 485 30 

Monarch Lumber Co., Ltd.: 212 cedar posts, $72.10; 10,791 ft. lumber, $461.55; 37-5 M 

shingles, $168.80; sundry, $12.05 714 50 

Indian Head, Sask. ($3,695.75)— 

Conn, J.: 930 ft. cedar siding, $51.15; 308 ft. flooring, $24.60; 820 ft. hemlock, $27.33; 

11,120 ft. lumber, $407.93; 3,909 ft. pine, $167.21; 13 sashes and 2 doors, $48.85; 14£ 

M shingles, $69; 2,550 ft. shiplap, $89.40; sundry, $31.94 917 41 

Hamilton, A. B.: 12 doors, $29.90; 22 Its. glass, $51.25; 1,977 h. labour, $972.45; 285 lb. 

nails, $23.30; 1,099 ft. pine, $53.32; 8 pr. sashes, $45.70; sundry, $124.17 1,300 09 

Hunter, J. & Co.: 126 bags cement, $126; 30* cu. yd. gravel and stone, $79.20; 39H h. 

labour, $174.20; sundry, $10.50 389 90 

May, A. B.: base, 5 sections and top, $89.10; bookcase, $24.65; 3 chairs and stool, $29.25; 

desk, $36; sundry, $22.95 201 95 

Carried forward 64,975 72 



T— 32 .1/ D1T0R GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Experimental Farms: New Buildings, Repairs, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Fermes exp<5rlmentales: Nouvelles constructions, reparations, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 64,975 72 

Experimental Farms outside of Ottawa — Con. — Fermes experimentales en dehors d'Ottawa — Suite. 

Indian Head, Sask — Concluded. 

McKenna, T. L.: kalsomining, 653 vd., $52.40; labour, stripping walls, etc., 105 h., $52.50; 

painting, varnishing, etc., 1,270 yd., S170.80; sundry, 833.66 309 36 

Pratt Hardware Co.: 41 Its. glass, $23.80; nails, $65; sundrv, $119.90 208 70 

Sherwood, A. W.: 688 ft. cedar siding, $34.40; 2,476 ft. lumber, $87.21; 757 ft. pine, $34.04; 

5f M. shingles, $25.75; sundry, $56.19 237 59 

Superintendent Experimental Farm, over refunded 1916-17, page V — 43 50 00 

Small payments: excavating 117 ft. ditch, $40.95; wiring box stalls, $17.50; sundry, $22.30. 80 75 

Rbsthein, Sask. ($3,205.03)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 842 h., $328.95; labourers, 611 h., $152.40; painters, 

606 h., $212.10 693 45 

Canadian Northern Ry. Co., freight 159 47 

Friesen, I. P.: hardware, $55.70; paint, varnish, etc., $81.80; 25 gal. raw oil, $60; 75 lb. 

white lead, $17.50 215 00 

Mackenzie & Thayer, Ltd., 75 yd. gravel 75 00 

Reliance Lumber Co., Ltd.: cement, 3,300 lb., $35.64, 200 sacks, $190; 2 doors and frames, 

$17.82; 8,883 ft. fir, $426.70; 1,000 ft. fir flooring, $58.50; 1,402 ft. lumber, $50.85; 

36* M shingles, $179.42; 3,607 ft. shiplap, $136.35; 18,374 ft. spruce, $660.33; 2,944 ft. 

spruce flooring, $126.18; 12 windows and frames, $63.72; sundry, $58.50 2,004 01 

Small payments: nails, $28.20; sundry, $29.90 58 10 

Scott, Sask. ($3,017.97)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 1,974 h., $1,159.55; decorator, 50 h., $20; helpers, 

158 h., $58.48; labourers, 280 h., $72; mason, 27 h., $20.25 1,330 28 

Beaver Lumber Co.: 1,250 brick, $22.50; 148 sacks cement, $137.97; 11 doors, $36.99; 

21,621 ft. lumber, $784.13; 39 sashes, $112.77; 10 M shingles, $45.45; 12 windows, 

S57.51; sundry, $55.40 ■ 1,252 72 

McKenzie, H., Hardware Co.: 28 Its. glass, $21.27; nails, 7 kegs, $48.50, 105 lb., $9; paint, 

$21.65; 22 gal. raw oil, $45; 75 lb. white lead, $17.25; sundry, $105.65; no details, $5.75.. 274 07 

Whyte, J. J.: hardware, $103.65; tank, $30 133 65 

Small payments: 10 shades, $15; sundry, $9.55 24 55 

Voucher outstanding, RW 17383, H. McKenzie Hardware Co 2 70 

Lacombe, Alta. ($981.36) — 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 420§ h., $181.02; labourers, 127 h., $39.47; mason, 

26 h., $11.70 232 19 

Atlas Lumber Co.: 19 sacks cement, $20.80; 36 bars iron, $69.95; 11,374 ft. lumber, 

$437.20; 15 bales shingles, $15; sundry, $19.20; apparent double payment, $39.85 602 00 

Morrison & Johnston, Ltd.: glass, $10.51; labour, $11.75; 40 ft. pipe, $22.10; sundry, $76.42 120 78 

Small payments: sundry 26 39 

Lethbridge, Alta. ($1,754.64)— 

Repairing buildings,- etc.: carpenters, 2OO2 h., $120.30; painters, 247 h., $185.25; plasterer, 

66 h., $52.80; plumbers, 20 h., $16 374 35 

Hick-Sehl Hardware Co.: installing furnace, complete, $297; hardware, $25.40 322 40 

Pioneer Lumber Co., Ltd.: 11,517 ft. lumber, $421.95; shingles, $16.20; sundry, $32.50. ... 470 65 

Stacey Lumber Co.: 10 brl. cement, $44; sundry, $36.52 80 52 

Wellington Bros.: 121 yd. border, $14.75; 16 h. labour, $12; 115 lb. muresco, $13.80; 

124 rolls paper, $43.30; sundry, $21.75 105 60 

Western Canada Agency, Ltd.: 37 gal. linseed oil, $63.64; 3 kegs nails, $20.10; paint and 

tarnish, $38.48; 500 lb. white lead, $87.25; sundry, $8.99 218 46 

Small payments: hardware, $53.55; jacket heater, $20; wood fibre plaster, $25; plumb- 
ing, $21.83; sundry, $62.28 182 66 

Agassiz, B.C. ($1,460.86)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 1,238 h., $320.93; labourers, 768 h., $213.52; painters, 

138 h., $69; paperhangers, 85f h., $42.70 646 15 

Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ltd.: 88 sacks cement, $67.10; cartage, $2.50 69 60 

Imperial Varnish & Colour Co.: 24 gal. boiled oil, $44.50; 10 gal. paint, $35.75; 250 lb. 

white lead, $43.05 123 30 

MacGregor, D., "Wee MacGregor" portable drag saw 190 00 

Patterson, E. O., 4,733 ft. lumber 67 60 

Trapp, T. J. & Co., Ltd.: 12 gal. boiled oil, $21; stove, $14.50; 100 lb. white lead, $20; 

sundry, $25.06 80 56 

Webster, A. C: 19 Its. glass, $12.70; nails, $34.05; paint, varnish, etc., $18.55; sundry, 

$36.20 101 50 

Small payments: 2,044 ft. fir, $36.24; freight, $16.94; wall paper, etc., $27.52; 12 window 

screens, $25.50; sundry, $75.95 182 15 

Invermere, B.C. ($653.06)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 232 h., $116; plasterer, $11; plumber, 9 d., $45; 

sundry, $65.80; voucher outstanding, R.W. 13189, $256.80 494 60 

Henderson, J.: 15 windows, $52.75; sundry, $3.75 56 50 

Small payments: hardware, $27.05; 1,682 ft. lumber, $51.65; sundry, $23.26 101 96 

Carried forward 76,935 04 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 33 



Experimental Farms: New Buildings, Repairs, etc.— Concluded. $ cts. 

Fermes experimentales: Nouvelles constructions, reparations, etc.— Fin. 

Brought forward 76,935 04 

Experimental Farms, outside of Ottawa — Con. — Fermes experimentales en dehors d'Ottawa — Fin. 

Sidney, B.C. ($1,381.43)- 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 523 h., $169.95; joiner, 30 h., $9 178 95 

gr Beatty Bros., Ltd.: 12 manger partitions, $29.70; 7 water bowls, $15.88; sundry, $49.86. . 95 44 

Genoa Bay Lumber Co., Ltd.: 25,062 ft. lumber, $587.60; 16f M. shingles, $58.55; sundry, 

$25.05 , 671 20 

Powell, G. & Sons: 345 lb. nails, $34; pipe, $35; water holder, $18.50; 1,000 gal. water 

tank, $60; 100 lb. white lead, $16.50; sundry, $103.13 267 13 

Sf Shawinigan Lake Lumber Co.: 900 ft. lumber, $36; 22 sashes, $32.75; sundry, $10.30 79 05 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd.: cabinet, $37; sundry, $17.18 54 18 

Small payments: 20 sacks cement, $14.25; nails, $10; sundry, $11.23 35 48 

Summerland, B.C. ($6,301.45)— 

Repairing buildings, etc.: carpenters, 3,554 h., $1,466.15; labourers, 807 h., $242.10; 1,077 yd. 

lath and plaster, $215.40; painter, 69 h., $20.70; plasterer and labourer, 188 h., $159.80; 

teamster, 241 h., $71.75; advance to be accountedfor, $143.20, 2, 319 10 

Ritchie, W.: 3,250 bricks, $99; 340 sacks cement, $346.50; 8 doors, $36.45; doors and 

windows as per contract, $125; 15,450 laths, $69.50; 69,825 ft. lumber, $1,818.99; 

450| yd. metal lath, $184.96; 2 kegs nails and 4 kegs spikes, $42; 178 sacks plaster, 

$213.80; 22 rolls ruberoid, $82.50; 43 sashes, $83.20; 41i M. shingles, $165; 13 windows, 

$63; sundry, $106.98 3,436 88 

Summerland Supply Co., Ltd.: bed, spring and mattress, $20.75; 146 pr. butts, $22.30; 

2 heaters, $33.25; nails, $40.50; sash pulleys, $23.92; sash weights, $46.28; sundry, 

$142.75 329 75 

Thornber, T. P.: 50 h. labour, $25; 1,000 ft. r.c. wire, $30; sundry, $49.30 104 30 

Small payments: door set, $16; 13£ sq. yd. linoleum, $20; nails, $41.40; sundry, $34.02. . . Ill 42 

Total, carried to page V— 2 84,617 92 

Fire Escapes: Dominion Buildings— Appareils de sauvetage: Edifices federaux. 

Lachute Mills, Que., G. Y. Deacon, roof to fire escape balcony, including extension ladder 

over firewall to roof 60 00 

Victoria Old Custom House, S. M. Morris & Co., Ltd., fire escape, as per tender 498 00 

Total, carried to page V— 2 .' 558 00 



Flags: Dominion Buildings— Drapeaux: Edifices fMeraux. 

Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd.: flags of the Allies, 108 nine-foot, $698.40, 8 six-foot, $26; Union 

Jacks, twenty-four-foot, $37.30, 7 fifteen-foot, $103.25 864 95 

Leckie, J., Ltd.: Union Jacks, 8 eighteen-foot, $118; 10 fifteen-foot, $110; 600 nine-foot, $2,760.. 2,988 00 

Small payment: labour mending flags, 75 h., $37.50; sundry, $7 44 50 

Detailed in 1916-17, page V— 45 1,250 00 

Total , 5, 147 45 

Less, refund Dominion Express Co., Union Jack, lost in transit 6 75 

Total, carried to page V— 2 5, 140 70 



Public Buildings Generally — Edifices publics en general. 



Amherst Public Building, fence 30 00 

Glace Bay Public Building: legal services, A. D. Gunn, K.C., Sydney, N.S 81 04 

Halifax Public Buildings: water rates 9 50 

Hillsborough Public Building, 78 J ft. 12" terra cotta pipe 47 10 

Grand Mere Public Building: legal services, J. H. Desroches, Grand Mere 15 50 

Joliette Public Building, J. Archambault and Co., amount retained in 1915-16, page V— 25. . 500 00 

Levis Public Building, legal services, A. Robitaille, Quebec, Que 30 90 

Louiseville Public Building, W. F. Evans & Sons, tower clock 770 94 

Montreal Post Office, legal services, Blair, Laverty & Hale, Montreal 302 28 

Montreal Postal Station " B " City of Montreal, government share of cost of widening street. . 74 79 
Montreal Postal Station 'D": City of Montreal, government share of cost of constructing 

sidewalk 30 93 

Montreal Postal Station " G ", sundry 8 32 

Carried forward 1,901 30 

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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Public Buildings Generally— Continued.— Edifices publics en general— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 1 , 901 30 

Montreal Postal Station " H ", City of Montreal, government share of cost of widening street. . 106 24 

Montreal Postal Station " S ", City of Montreal government share of cost of sidewalk 100 85 

Quebec Drill Hall: legal services, C. E. Taschereau, Quebec, Que 15 85 

St. Ours Public Building, C. Papillon, removing snow from sidewalks, 1916-17 and 1917-18 61 09 

Bowmanville Post Office, Town of Bowmanville, government share of cost of constructing 

sewer 64 60 

Chatham Post Office, City of Chatham, government share of cost of widening pavement and 

constructing granolithic walks 362 88 

Dunnville Public Building: legal services, Bradford & Bradford, Dunnville, Ont 42 89 

Durham Public Building, sundry 3 50 

Exeter Public Building, sundry 3 00 

Hamilton Public Buildings ($2,874.95)— 

Small payments, water rates 7 85 

. Legal services: S. D. Biggar, K.C., Hamilton, S3, 467. 10; less $600 paid in 1915-16, page 

V— 33 2,867 10 

Hespeler Public Building, oiling streets , 5 91 

Ingersoll Public Building, Town of Ingersoll, government share of cost of brick pavement 223 72 

Kemptville Public Building, legal services, A. C. Casselman, Prescott 37 35 

Kingsville Public Building, sundry 4 42 

Napanee Drill Hall: A. S. Allaster: amount retained in 1915-16, page V— 35, $1,041.19; less 

$200 still unpaid 841 19 

Ottawa, Wellington St. Buildings ($6,057.30)— 

Capital Brewing Co.: valuation, $313,609.83, net interest at 5 p.c, $17,297.83; less 

$324,907.66 previous payments shown at page V— 12, 1916-17 6,000 00 

Legal services: Code & Burritt, $5; H. A. Percival, $52.30 57 30 

Perth Public Building Site ($97.94)— 

Tetlock, N. : fencing, grading, etc 93 00 

Small payments, sundry 4 94 

Preston Public Building: Town of Preston: government share of cost of construction of concrete 

pavement, curb and gutter, $343.24; sewer connection, $38.58 381 82 

Shelburne Public Building ($192.26)— 

Dance, F.C., purchase price of land for drainage purposes 150 00 

Legal services, D. E. Dean, Shelburne 42 26 

Smith's Falls Armoury Site: Town of Smith's Falls: construction of 1,200 sq. ft. concrete 

walk, $180; 494 ft. curb, $49.40; 66 c. yd. filling, $99 ■ 328 40 

St. Catharines Public Building: City of St. Catharines, government share of cost of construc- 
tion of concrete bridge .- 778 26 

Toronto New Customs Building, snow cleaning 8 67 

Toronto New Departmental Buildings ($4,314.03)— 

Williams, H. H. & Co.: valuation of properties, $16,000, disbursements, $304.03; less 

$12,000 paid in 1914-15, page V— 20 4,304 03 

Legal services, C. M. Gravey, Toronto 10 00 

Toronto Postal Station " E ", snow cleaning 15 58 

West Lome Public Building, sundry 3 12 

Wiarton Public Building: earth, $8; sundry, $12 20 00 

Winnipeg Drill Hall, legal services, E. Anderson, K.C., Winnipeg 82 74 

Estevan Public Building, Town of Estevan, government share of cost of constructing water 

main ' 46 83 

Lloydminster Public Building, sundry 4 10 

Regina Assistant Receiver General's Office, legal services, H. V. Bigelow, Regina 5 00 

Saskatoon Post Office, A. W. Cassidy & Co., building fence 56 00 

Calgary Post Office, repairing fence 8 12 

Red Deer Post Office: T. Gudmundson: excavating cellar, $504.80; fencing same, $100.20; 

sundry, $35 640 00 

Squamish Post Office, legal services, McKay & O'Brien, Vancouver, B.C 51 00 

Photographic Branch ($2,205.47)— 

Cole, C. F. & Co.: 200 yd. blue print linen, $96.60; 54" Paragon blue print machine, 

$1,023.50; 400 \" x 10" carbons, $55; 3 gal. transparent, $16.80; sundry, $5 1, 196 90 

Ontario Hughes-Owens Co., -Ltd., 800 yd. blue print paper 77 75 

Supplies Co. of Can., Ltd.: cyko paper, $64.85; plates, $46.80 Ill 65 

TopleyCo.: hypo, $37; photostat developer, $36; photostat paper, $208; plates, $67.65; 

silver nitrate, $90; velox paper, $160.90; sundry, $210.77 810 32 

Small payments, sundry 8 85 

Generally — 

Express, $793.26; indemnity bond for paymaster, $20; telegrams, $1,858.32; sundry, 

$15. 70 2, 687 28 

Travel and outlay: C. Gerrie, $559.76; R. Thomson, $789.20; R. C. Wright, $85.15 1,434 11 

Advertising 24 80 

King's Printer, $985.45; Parliamentary Publications, $5; Stationery Office, $4,901 .92. . . . 5,892 37 

Carried forward 31 ,984 94 



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Public Buildings Generally— Concluded.— Edifices publics en general— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 31,984 94, 

Generally — Concluded. 

Advances re legal services, vouchers outstanding: C. A. Duclos, $100; R. V. Sinclair, 

$100, $30 230 00 

Voucher outstanding, L. A. Boulianne, R. E. 12801 14 90 

Salaries of men on active service, who previous to enlistment were employed on Public Build- 
ings: T. Bridgewater, April 1-Jan. 15, $554.14; E. A. Burden, 12 m., $720; H. Cox, 12 m., 
$780; A. Dunlop, 12 m., $900; J. J. McDonald, 12 m., $600; S. H. Monk, April-Aug., $375; 
Jas. Mulvaney, April-Sept., $420; W. C. O'Neill, 12 m., $972; F. Pirrie, 12 m., $780; W. 
Tierney, 12 m., $910, balance, 1916-17, $60; J. Waterson, 12 m., $840; A. J. Wilson, 12 m., 
S777.60 8,088 74 



Total 40, 918 58 

Less: work d6ne bv Photographer's Branch for various Departments 2,577 54 

Less: War Appropriation 8,688 74 11,266 28 



Total, carried to page V— 2 '. 29,652 30 



Ottawa Public Buildings: Repairs and Maintenance: Summary. 
Edifices publics a Ottawa: Reparations et entretien: Sommaire. 

Astronomical Observatory " 3, 742 23 

Elevator Attendants 45, 012 58 

Gas and electric light (including roads and bridges) 60,018 01 

Heating, including salaries of firemen, etc 234,041 79 

Repairs, grounds, removal of snow, street m? intenance, etc ^ 449,882 74 

Rideau Hall and grounds 58, 579 49 

Rideau Hall, allowance for fuel and light 17, 000 00 

Telephone service 54,000 58 



Total, carried to page V— 2 922, 277 42 



Ottawa: Astronomical Observatory: Maintenance. 
Observatoire astronomique a Ottawa: Entretien. 

Gardener, L. Hoban, Aoril-Mar., less half Feb. at $2.75 per d 852 50 

Labourers at $2.35 per d.: W. Armstrong, 12 m. to Mar., less Feb. 16-28, $726. 15; G. Faulkner, 
12 m. to Mar., less Feb. 16-28, $705; D. Jardine, $215.03; W. O'Neil, $220.90; payments 

under $100, $560.48 2,427 56 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 3 steel sections, $120; 4 plain shelves, $9 129 00 

Rankin, W. A.: 150 ft. hose and couplings, $25.50; 4 Yale locks, $12; paint, varnish, etc., $125; 

150 lb. white lead, $27; sundry, $22.10 211 60 

Birch flooring, 500 ft., $40; 59 vd. canton flannel, $17.70; sundry, $63.87 121 57 



Total, carried to page V— 35 3, 742 23 



Ottawa Public Buildings: Elevator Attendants: 12 months to March 31, 1918. 
Edifices publics a Ottawa: Proposes aux ascenseurs: 12 mois au 31 mars 1918. 

Elevatormen, 7 m. at $65, 5 at $75: A. Baker, $827.83, overtime, $139.84; J. Beaulne, $828.66, 
overtime, $27.20; P. Blondeau, $830, overtime, $25.60; A. Brunet, $811.19; E. Charette, 
$830, overtime, $1.60; A. Chevrier, $830, overtime, $38. 40; W. J. Connolly, $827.83, over- 
time, $98.17; A. Drapeau, $827.50, overtime, $26; J. Godard, $830; H. Goyette, $800.98; 
J. Graham, $825.16; J. Hotte, $830, overtime, $28.80; F. Jacques, $830, overtime, $1.60; 
D. Johnson, $830, overtime, $1.20; R. Johnson, $812.62; P. Kilduff, $830; E. Labelle, 
S830, overtime, $2.40; T. F. Ladouceur, $830; G. Lafontaine, $830; F. Larocque, $830; 
T. Lavoie, $815.50; J. Lewis, $830; M. Lortie, $830, overtime, $3.60; H. Mercier, $830, 
overtime, $1.60; C. McConville, $830; C. McFadden, $830; W. Palen, $830; E. Pelletier, 
$830, overtime, $56.40; T. Phillips, $830; J. Piche, $830; N. Proulx, $830; W. H. 
Quigg, $830, overtime, $12.80; L. Remillard, $830; A. St. Denis, $830; D. St. Jean, 
$791.33; G. Tessier, $830; I. Trepanier, $828.92, overtime, $45.88; J. Trepanier, $830, 
overtime, $60.80; H. Viau, $830, overtime, $142.24; Geo. Vogan, $814.83, overtime, 
$41.85; J. Whalen, $827.83, overtime, $3.80; W. G. Wiley, $830, overtime, $41.20; A. 

Wilson, $830, overtime, $4.80 36,345 96 

Elevatorman, 13 m.: H. Birks & Sons 760 00 

Elevatorman, J. B. Rioux, 7 m. at $85, 5 at $90 1,045 00 

Elevatormen: C. Blais, Aug.-Mar., $489.20; A. Branchaud, Aug.-Jan.,$361.81; R. Connell, 
July-Mar., $559.06; Geo. Friend, Apr.-Aug., $373.64; C.J. Mason, May 15-Mar. 31, $755.73; 
M. Nelligan, May 27-Mar. 31, $706.30; M. Reid, Apr. -Mar., less Aug., $823.72; S. Stephens, 
Apr.-Nov., $481.49; E. J. Telford, Aug.-Mar., $564.75; payments under $300, $1,718.92. . 6,834 62 
Advertising 27 00 

Total, carried to page V— 35 45, 012 58 

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Ottawa Public Buildings: Gas and Electric Light. $ c t a . 

Edifices publics a Ottawa: Gaz et lumiere electrique. 

Ahearn & Soper, twelve 500-w. mogul base lamps, $76.44; Johns-Manville Co., sixty-three 

500-w. nitrogen lamps, $294.87 371 31 

Bate, Sir H. N., Realty Corp., Ltd.: lighting offices of Aylmer Annex, Oct. 15-Apr! 3.. . . . 59 57 

Canadian Tungsten Lamp Co.: lamps supplied under 1916-17 contract, 9,824 forty-watt, 233 
hundred-watt, etching 9,557 lamps and frosting 500 lamps, $2,070.70. drawback released, 
$26857; lamps supplied under 1917-1918 contract, 50 four hundred-watt, $206.16, 288 
three hundred-watt, $961.67, 200 two hundred-watt, $406. 21, 48 one hundred and fifty-watt 
$36, 986 hundred-watt, $683.29, 800 sixty-watt, $285.75, 13,514 forty-watt, $3,827 46 ! 
express, etc., $1.99, less 8 lamps broken, $11.03, $575.60 drawbacks held and $66 for 
lamps sent to Montreal g 095 yj 

Dalhousie Electrical Co.: 24 five hundred-watt nitrogen lamps with mogul bases, $174; sun- 
dry, 75c 174 75 

Eclipse Plating & Sales Co.: 193 hundred-watt mazda lamps, $166.44; nitrogen lamps, 28 three 

hundred-watt, $116.88, 1 two hundred and fifty-watt, $5.25 ' 288 57 

Electrical Equipment Co.: nitrogen lamps, 24 five hundred-watt, $70.56, 148 hundred- watt , 

$143.59; express, 40c 214 55 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: mazda lamps, 32 seven hundred and fifty-watt, $190.26, 48 five 
hundred-watt, $307.17, 2 four hundred-watt, $11.92, 1 three hundred-watt, $4.41, 444 
two hundred and fifty-watt, $764.23, 240 two hundred- watt, $472.70, 623 one hundred- 
watt, $477.70; sundry, $14.51; less drawback held, $173 2,069 90 

Grand Trunk Railway System: electric current supplied Railway Commissioners' Office, 

March 1917-March 1918, 16, 120 k. w. at 6c; meter, $1.25 968 45 

Ottawa City, Municipal Electric Dept.: whiteway lighting, 2 y. to Dec. 31, 1918 at 60c. per 
ft. per y.: N.W. corner O'Connor and Queen, 132 ft.; S.W. corner O'Connor and Queen, 
99 ft.; 21-29 Sparks st., 73-8 ft.; cor. Sussex and George, 66-6 ft.; north side Wellington 
street, Bank to Lyon, 1,123-4 fc 1,793 40 

Ottawa Electric Co.: Agriculture Dept., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 326-8 Queen st., 877 k. w. 
$30.32, 415 Wellington, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918, 3,031 k. w., $93.58; Archives, Jan. 2, 1917- 
Jan. 3, 1918, 5,430 k. w., $201.61; Auditor General's 'Office, 16 O'Connor, Jan. 2, 1917- 
Jan. 7, 1918, 1,674 k. w., $62.13, 202 Queen st., Jan. 2-May 16, 663 k. w., $21.04, 51 Sparks 
st., June 5-Sept. 9, $1.09; Biological Laboratory, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 4, 1918, 4,578, k. w., 
$165.87; Booth Bldg., July 3-Oct. 4, 171 k. w., $7.52; Commission of Conservation, Jan. 

2, 1917-Apr. 2, 1918, 4,500 k. w., $179.24; Customs Dept., 41 Lyon st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 
1918, 1,411 k. w., $55.30, 265-7 Wellington st., Jan. 2-Oct. 1,577 k. w., $20.47; Dominion 
Observatory, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 3, 1918, 46,711 k. w., $772.20; East Block, Jan. 2, 1917- 
Apr. 6, 1918, 386,500 k.w., $6,156.29; French Translators, Jan. 24, 1917-Apr. 2, 1918, 1,373 
k. w., $51, arrears, Apr. 15, 1916-Jan. 24, 1917, $28.44; Experimental Farm, Auditorium, 
Jan. 24-Jan, 4, 73 k. w., $3.21, Bee Bldg., Oct. 23, 1916-Jan. 9, 1918, 866 k. w., $30.22, Chem- 
ical Laboratories, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 13,760 k. w., $150.48, Conservatory, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 61 
k. w., $2.68, Cow Barn and Stable, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 1,363 k. w., $57.46, Carpenter Shop, 
Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 105 k.w., $4. 62, Cereal Bldg., Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 313 k.w., $13.78, Dairy Bldg., 
389 k. w., $11.37, Flax Bldg., 22 k. w., 97c, Dr. Grisdale's Stables, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 
6 k.w., 26c, Green Houses, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 414 k. w., $18.22, Hennery, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 629 
k. w. $22.62, Horticultural Bldg., Jan. 24-Jan.-4, 390 k. w., $17.16, Horse Barn, Jan. 24- 
393 k. w., .$15.97, Machine Shop, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 1,310 k. w., $24.37, Machinery Shed 
and Blacksmith shop, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 3 k. w., 13c, offices, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 3, 449 k. w., $129. 51 ; 
Piggery, Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 187 k. w., $8.03, Roothouse, Jan. 24-Jan. 2, 183 k. w., $6.20, Seed. 
Distribution Office, Jan. 24-July 3, 69 k. w., $3.04, Sheep Bldg., June 24-Jan. 4, 202 k. w., 
$8.89, Tobacco Bldg., Jan. 24-Jan. 4, 2,969 k. w., $62; Fish Hatchery, Jan. 2, 1917-Mar. 14, 
1918, 1,094 k. w., $46. 19; Fuel Testing Plant, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918, 29,642 k. w., $651 .53; 
Green House, Major Hill Park, Jan. 2, 1917-Apr. 3, 1918, 327 k. w., $11 .85; Harris-Campbell 
Bldg., Jan. 2, 1917-Apr. 2, 1918, 24,279 k. w., $387.65; House of Commons Restaurant, 
Jan. 2, 1917-Apr. 2, 1918, 10,414 k. w., $222.77; Imperial Bldg., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 2, 1918, 
16,699 k. w„ $299.23; Indian Affairs, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 3,655 k. w., $87.49; In- 
land Revenue, 317-9 Queen St., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 5,097 k. w., $67.20, Victoria 
Island, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918, 2,935 k. w., $53.28; Interior Dept., Bryson Bldg., Jan. 2, 
1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 5,475 k. w., $176.05, Carling Bldg., Jan. 6, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 6,470 k. w., 
$184.82, 27 Cliff st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918, 1,924 k. w., $56.43, Comparator Bldg., 
MacKay st., Jan. 2, 1917-Apr. 3, 1918, 1,389 k. w., $62.49, Royal Bank Bldg., Jan. 2, 1917- 
Jan. 8, 1918, 1,399 k. w., $43.02, Stationery Branch, 383 Wellington st., June 27-Oct. 3, 
8 k. w., 35c, Stephen Bldg., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 9,923 k. w., $239.57, Topographical 
Survey, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 2, 1918, 4,414 k. w., $180.45, Trafalgar Bldg., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 
1918, 11, 146 k. w., $351.87, 104 Wellington St., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 3,733 k. w., $98.38; 
Justice Dept., 98 Wellington St., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 3,107 k. w., $91.35, 241 Wellington 
St., Jan. 2, 1917^Jan. 3, 1918, 2,010 k. w., $49.89, 383 Wellington st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918, 
86 k. w., $3.78; Labour Dept., Jan. 2, 1917-Apr. 2, 1918, 17,880 k. w., $515.81; Langevin 
Block, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 88,170 k.w., $2, 141. 55; Library of Parliament, Jan. 2, 1917- 
Apr. 6, 1918, 32,070 k. w., $842.74; Marine & Fisheries, Rea Bldg., Mar. 31-Jan. 3, 1918, 
39,721 k. w., $912.83, 69 Vittoria st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 43 k. w., $2.55; Militia 
& Defence, Birks Bldg., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 13,140 k. w, $448.20, 113 Rideau st., Jan. 

3, 1917-Feb. 19, 1918, 4,870 k. w., $97.35, Royal Bank Bldg., Dec. 27, 1916-Jan. 8, 1918, 
11,689 k. w., $156.70, 178 Wellington St., Dec 27, 1916-Sept. 21, 1917, 948 k. w., $35; Mines 

Carried forward 14,035 67 



PUBLIC ^YORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 37 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Gas and Electric Light— Continued. $ cts 

Edifices publics a Ottawa: Gaz et lumiere electrique— Suite. 

Brought forward 14, 035 67 

Ottawa Electric Co. — Concluded. 

Dept,, Royal Bank Bldg., Apr. 3-July 3, Oct. 4-Jan. 7, 1918, 102 k. w., $4.49, Sussex st., 
Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 3, 1918, 51,640 k. w., $1,864.58, 347 Wellington st., Mar. 20-Jan. 5, 1918, 
1,483 k. w., $60.02; National Service Commission, Banque Nationale Bldg., Jan. 24- 
June 1, 1917, 682 k. w., $26.86, 75 Sparks st., July 17, 1916- Jan. 8, 1917, 732 k. w., $34.03; 
N. W. M. P., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 4,251 k. w., $101.58; P. O. D., Hope Bldg., July 3- 
Apr. 2, 1917, 774k. w., $26.66, 21-23 Sparks, st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 2, 1918, 3,592 k. w., $100.04, 
25 Sparks st., Jan. 2, 1917- Apr. 2, 1918, 3, 234 k. w., $157. 17, Post Office, Jan. 2, 1917-Apr. 2, ■ 
1918, 107,420 k. w., $1,442.26; Printing Bureau, 105 Murray st., Dec. 29-Mar. 31, July 3- 
Apr. 3, 18, 103 k. w., $5.56, St. Patrick st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 3, 1918, 136,803 k. w., $4,951.62, 
354 Sussex St., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 3, 1918, 907 k. w., $38.13, 392 Sussex st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 3, 
1918, 180 k. w., $7.93; Public Works Dept., Carpenters' Shop, Victoria Island, Jan. 2, 19 17- 
Jan. 5, 1918, $3.59, Govt. Shipyards, Victoria Island, Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918, 13,686 k. w., 
$170.35, Re-wiring Dept., 49 Kent St., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918- 977 k. w., $29.85, Royal Bank 
' Bldg., Mar. 31-Jan. 8, 1918, 4,832 k. w., $108.04, 209 Sparks st., Dec. 30, 1916-Jan. 7, 1918, 
2,100 k.w., $17.94; Railwaysand Canals, 124 Wellington st., Jan. 2, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 2,002 
k. w., $63.60 ; Secretary of State, 18 Elgin st., Feb. 10, 1917-Apr. 2, 1918, 1,032 k. w., 
$23.76; Supreme Court, Jan. 3, 1917-Jan. 7, 1918, 5,250 k. w., $198.75; Victoria Museum, Jan. 
2, 1917-Anr. 2, 1918, 184,481, k. w. $4, 640. 14; West Block, Feb. 19 1917-Apr. 5, 1918, 178,040 

k. w. $4, 303 . 75 35, 336 36 

Ottawa Electric Co., sundry lighting ($2, 675 . 17)— 

Arc lamps at $90 per k. w. per annum: Post Office, Experimental Farm, etc., 31 lights, 15| 

k. w., 3 m. to Apr. 1. 1917, 26 lights, 13 k.w ., 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1918; Plaza, 2-4 k. w., 

ly. to Jan. 1, 1918 1,442 25 

Arclamp3 at $31.25 per k. w. per annum: Major Hill Park, 4-42 k. w., 3f m. to Apr. 20, 1917, 
. 14-12 k. w., 6^ m. to Nov. 1, 2-8 k. w., \ m. to Nov. 15, 4-3 k. w., 1 m. to Dec. 15, 

2-8 k. w., \ m. to Dec. 31; Plaza, 11-28 k. w., y. to Jan. 1, 1918; Royal Mint, 5-84 k. w., 

y. to Jan. 1, 1918 828 59 

Current supplied at $20 per h. p. per annum: Victoria Museum, 2 mercury arcs, 1-08 h. p., 

3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917; West Block, mercury printing set, 5-16 h. p., 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917. 31 20 

Auditor General's Office, 16 O'Connor st.: 115-2 forty-watt lights, \\ m. to Oct. 1, at $1.75 

per annum, 3 m. to Dec. 31, 1916 at $1.25 per annum 61 16 

Economic & Development Commission 14 Vittoria st., 42 forty- watt lights, 4 m. to Oct. 

1, 1916 at $1.75 per annum, 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917, at $1.25 per annum 37 63 

Fuel Controller's Office, 75 Sparks st., 10| forty-watt lights, 3 m. to Jan. 4, 1918, at $1.25 

per annum 3 28 

House of Commons, 140 Argyle Ave.: 102 forty-watt lights, 3 m. to Oct. 1, 1916, at $1.75 

per annum, 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917, at $1.25 per annum 76 50 

Immigration Dept., Canada Life Bldg., 8| forty-watt lights, 1£ m. to Jan. 1., 1918 at 

$1 .25 per annum 118 

Interior Department, Stephen Building: 90 forty-watt lights, 8f m. to Oct. 1, 1916 at 

$1.75 per annum, 3 m. to Dec. 31, 1916 at $1.25 per annum 141 86 

Interior Department, 383 Wellington St., 33 forty-watt lights, l\ m. to Jan. 1, 1917 at 

$1.25 5 16 

47 Kent St.: 21 forty-watt lights, 9| m. to Oct. 1, 1916 at $1.75 per annum, 3 m. to Jan. 1, 

1917 at $1.25 per annum 35 15 

National Service Commission: at $1.25 per 40 w. light per annum, 6 lights, 10|g m. to 

Oct. 1, 1917, 30 lights, 1H m. to Nov. 7, 1917 1111 

Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commission: Geological Museum Grounds, three 600 c.p. lights at 

$3.75 each per m., y . to Mar. 31, 1918 135 00 

Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commission: current supplied for lighting, April 2, 1917-April 2, 1918; 
72 Albert St., from Feb. 19, 217 k.w., $8.54; Bate Building, from July 11, 15,226 k.w., 
$281.66; 168 Bank St., from Mar. 19, 18 k.w., 79c; Canadian Building, 85,907 k.w., 
$1,578.03; 21 Cliff St., April 2-Feb. 1, 553 k.w., $22.04; 60 Elgin St., Dec. 3-April 2, 
6,922 k.w., $70.55; Free Press Bldg., May 1-Nov. 2, 2,425 k.w., $15.03; 35-37 George St., 
3,710 k.w., $127.90; 39 Kent St., April 2-May 1, 1917, 50c; 41 Kent St., 90 k.w., $6.17; 
Labelle Bldg., 4,130 k.w., $146.36; 20 Lyon St., April 2-Mar. 1, 3,702 k.w., $43.46; 26 Lyon St. 
Dec 4-Feb. 20,88 k.w., $5.45; Naval Service, April 2-Mar. 1, 1,850 k.w., $56.99; 175 Nepean 
St., from Dec. 3, 214 k.w., $9.41; NorliteBldg., from Dec 3, 13,970 k.w., $412.94; P.O.D., 
84 Wellington, 1,774 k.w., $51.31; Robinson Bldg., 23,107 k.w., $608.81; 233 Queen St., 
4,951 k.w., $171.89; 25 Sparks St., 103 k.w., $6.01; 53 Sparks St., from Aug. 14, 1,076 k.w., 
$49.77; 30 Sparks St., Sept. 26-Feb. 1, 1,839 lew., $30.48, 227 Sparks St., from Nov. 2, 4,325 
k.w., $79.73, 310 Sparks St., from July 26, 851 k.w., $29.56; 105 Vittoria St., April2-Feb. 
1, 148 k.w., $5.13; 117 Victoria St., April 2-Feb. 1, 985 k.w., $32.47; Union Bank Bldg., 
82,280 k.w., $1,207.24; 82 Wellington St., 552 k.w., $18.25; 221 Wellington, April 2-Mar. 1, 
10,282 k.w., $286.20; 279 Wellington, Oct. 22-Feb. 1, 4,509 k.w., $73.31; 305 Wellington, 
Mar. 1, 1917-Mar. 1, 1918, 645 k.w., $20.30; 335 Wellington, April 2-Feb. 1, 1,560 k.w., 
$55.70; 353 Wellington, Dec. 3^Jan. 2, 960 k.w., $6.17; 363 Wellington, April. 2-Feb. 1, 
393 k.w., $11.98; 365 Wellington St., Mar. 16-Feb. 1, 451 k.w., $9.17, 393 Wellington St., 
April 1-Feb. 1, 514 k.w., $12.74; 415 k.w., April 2-Jan. 2, 119 k.w., $19.25; Woods Bldg., 
Queen St., 9,620 k.w., $253.23; Woods Bldg., Slater St., 113,024 k.w., $1,639.29; 18 York 
St., 9,867 k.w., $168.67 7,632 48 

Carried forward '. 59,814 58 



V— 38 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Ottawa Public Buildings: Gas and Electric Light— Concluded. $ cts. 

Edifices publics a Ottawa: Gaz et lumierc flectrique— Fin. 

Brought forward I 59,8i4 58 

Ottawa Hydro-Electric ( Sommissioo —Concluded . 

Lighting office in Birks Bldg., y. to Mar. 31, 1918, $24; nitrogen lamps, two 750-w., $15.68, 
two 500-w., $14.21, seventeen 300-w., $63.80, twelve 100-w., $15, twelve 60-w., $5.40; sundry, 

si3.su 151 98 

Advertising, $169.45; King's Printer's Account, $16.26 185 71 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Power (Page V— 63) 4 26 

CO, 156 53 

Less— charged to 1918-19 138 52 

Total, carried to page V— 35 60, 018 01 



Ottawa Buildings: Heating, including Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, etc. 
Edifices a Ottawa: Chauffage, y compris les salaires des mecankiens, chauffeurs, etc. 

Archives: fireman, Geo. Burk, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 415 00 

140 Argyle Ave.: engineer, M. Clancy, April-Mar. at $95; firemen, W. E. Manchester, April 1- 
May 7 at $65, F. Moore, Jan.-Feb. at $70, A. O'Brien, Nov., 8 d. at $70, W. O'Brien, Nov. 

9-Dec. 31 at $70 1,499 68 

Bank of British North America: fireman, J. W. Bartlett, Mar 65 00 

Base Recruiting Office: fireman, P. Robertson, 17 d. in Dec. at $70 38 42 

Customs Building: ashman, B. Lefebvre, Mar. 31, 1917- April 30 at $55, Nov.-Feb. at $60.75, 
Mar., 1918 at $70; engineer in charge, D. J. Hickman, April-Mar. at $105; engineers, T. 
E. Earl, Nov., 23 d. at $75, Dec-Mar. at $83.33, A. Girling, April-Nov. at $75, Dec-Mar. 
at $83.33, J. B. Mulligan, April-Nov. at $75, Dec-Mar. at $83.33; firemen, E. Benoit, 
Aprd and Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, J. Emard, Dec-Mar., less 2 d. in Dec, at $70, 
A. Guindon, April at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, T. Mason, May-Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at 
$70, F. Moore, April, $65, Nov. and Mar. at $70, A. E.Morris, April, $65, R. Plan te, April, 
$65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, A. St. Amand, Mar. 31-April 30, 1917 at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70.. . * 6,899 81 
East Block: ashmen, E. Cherenki, Dec-Mar. less 1 d. in Dec. and 21 d. in Mar. at $60.75, 
T. Lavergne, April, $55 and 20 d. in Nov. at $60.75, J. Morris, Nov. and 9 d. in Dec. at 
$60.75, A. Sarazin, 7d. in Dec. at $60.75; engineers in charge at $105, F. Burden, 11 d. in 
Mar., J. Donohue, Oct. 11-Mar. 31, T. Haig, April 1-Oct. 10; engineers, J. B. B&langer, 
April-Nov. at $75, Dec-Mar. at $33.33, T. Timlin, April-Nov. less 3 d. in Sept. at $75, 
Dec-Mar., less 1 d. in Feb., at $83.33; firemen, F. Dale, 26 d. in Jan. at $70, H. Donohue, 
Nov.-Mar. at $70, Alfred Dugal, Mar., $65, I. Granger, April, Sept.-Oct. at $65, Nov.- 
Mar. at $70, P. Lalibert ;, Aoril, $35, 16 d. in Nov. at $70, M. Larkin, 29 d. in April at $65, 
Nov. 17-Mar. 21, less 1 d. in Jan., at $70, E. Lavergneaux, Dec. 23-Feb. 20, at $70, J. 
Lennon, Apr., $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, T. Lavergne, Nov. 21-Mar. 31, at $70, F. X. Lortie, 
April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, W. E. Manchester, May 26-July 18 at $65, J. McCullough, 
6 d. in Nov. at $70, A. Riffon, 2 d. in Nov. at $70; watchmen, F. Dale, 3 d. in May at $60, 
Jos. Lavallee, April, $60, Nov.-Mar. at $70, Wm. Malette, June 5-Aug. 31 at $60, Sept.- 

Mar . at $70 7 , 486 79 

Eclipse Building: engineer, Thos. Stamp, Feb. 13 d. and Mar., at $83.33; firemen, Fred 

Burgess, Mar., $70, Arthur Sayers, 13 d. in Feb. at $70 '. 224 51 

Egan Block: watchman, O. Turcotte, April-Oct. at $40, Nov.-Mar. at $50 530 00 

Elgin Building: ashman, John Morin, Feb.-Mar. at $60.75; engineer, O. Rivet, Feb .-Mar. at 

$83.33; fireman, H. Milks, Jan 26-Mar. 31 at $70 441 71 

Free Press Building: engineer, S. Grey, April-May, 7 weeks at $18, June-Nov. at $80 per m., 
Dec-Mar. at $83.33; fireman, A. Cairns, 1 d. in Nov., $2.34, W. Keating, Dec-Mar at 

$70 1 , 221 66 

Fuel Testing Plant: watchman, Jas. Burnside, April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70 790 00 

Geodetic Building: engineer, F. Deavey, April-Mar. at $75 , 900 00 

Green house: firemen, H. Lafrance, Nov.-Mar. at $70, Jas. Stearns, April at $65, Nov.-Mar. 

at $70, J. Way, April at $65, 17 d. in Mar. at $70 868 38 

Harris-Campbell Building: engineer, G. Hollingsworth, April-Sept, at $80, Oct.-Nov. at $85, 
Dec-Mar. at $90; watchmen, W. Bottomley, Mar., $70, A. Dufour, 16 d. in Mar. at $60, 
H. Langdon, April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Feb. at $70, Jos. Lavallee, May 8-Aug. 31 at $60, 

Sept.-Oct. at $70 2, 197 41 

Hawkesbury Building: firemen, T. Dugal, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, J. Purdy, Aprli 1- 

June 1 at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 : 897 17 

House of Commons Library: engineer, A. Bourgeois, April and Nov. at $75, Dec-Mar. 17 
at $83.33, T. Wensley, April-Mar. at $105; firemen, A. Labbe, Feb., $5, 14 d. in Mar. at $70, 

J. Reeves, Apr .-Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 2,547 28 

House of Commons Tower: watchman, Geo. Vincent, April-July 24 at $2 per d., July 25-Mar. 

31 at $75 per m., apparently overpaid, $1 847 93 

Carried forward 27, 870 75 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 39 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ottawa Buildings: Heating, including Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Chauffage, y compris les salaires des mCcaniciens, chauffeurs, 

etc. — Suite. 

Brought forward 27,870 75 

Imperial Building: engineer, A. Lortie, Nov., $75; firemen, W. Irvine, April, $65, J. Morris, 
Dec.-Mar., less 9 d. in Dec. and 4 in Jan., at $70; watchmen, W. B. Ralph, April-Aug. at 
$60, Sept.-Mar. at $70 1, 180 69 

Labelle Building: firemen, E. Archambault, Apr., $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, T. Carr, April, $65, 

Nov.-Mar. at $70 830 00 

Langevin Block: engineers in charge, J. Binns, April-Mar. at $105, F. L. Coleman, 12 d. in 
Mar. at $105; engineers, A. Dugal, April-Nov., at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33, W. Marshall, 
April-Nov. at$75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33; firemen, W. Barber, April at $65, Nov.-Mar. at 
$70, J. W. Bartlett, Nov. 1-Feb. 7 at $70, R. Connell, 13 d. in April at $65, H. Donohue, 6 d. 
in April at $65, E. Graveline, April 1-May 15 at $65, R. Marineault, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. 
at $70, J. McKeel, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, W. Redsell, Mar., $70, J. R. Stanger, 
Nov.-Mar., less 1 d. in Feb., at $70. G. Turpil, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, D. White, 
' April-Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 6,414 91 

Major Building: engineer, E. Gariepy, April, Oct.-Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33; fireman, 

T. Charette, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 973 32 

Methylated Spirits Warehouse: watchman, T. Costello, April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70. . 790 00 

Mines Branch: engineer, J. Ogilvie, April-Nov. at $90, Dec.-Mar. at $95; firemen, R. Angel, 
April 10-June 1 at $65, G. Garwood, 25 d. in Nov. at $70, Max Shenkman, April-Oct. at 
$65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, W. F. Smith, 29 d. in Dec. at $70, A. Wilcox, 3 m. 13 d. to Mar. 31 
at $70 2,380 87 

Nagle, Regal and Imperial Building: firemen, J. R. Bunyon, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, 

F. Langlois, April, $65, R. Riddell, Oct., 28 d., at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 888 70 

Naval Stores: watchman, J. Lewis, May^June at $60; G. W. Perkins, April, $60 180 00 

Norlite Building: engineer, F. Cox, Jan.-Mar. at $83.33, W. A. Fletcher, Oct.-Nov. at $75, 

Dec.-Mar. at $83.33; firemen, W. Eligh, 24 d. in Dec. at $70, F. Cox, 8 d. in Dec. at $70. 805 63 

Old Museum: watchman, P. Creegan, April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70 790 00 

Observatory, caretaker, A. Villeneuve, April-Oct. at $60, Nov.-Mar. at $70; engineer, D. 

Stratton, April-Mar. at $75 1,670 00 

Perley Home: engineer, Geo. McDonald, April, Oct.-Nov. at $75; Dec.-Mar. at $83.33; fire- 
man, C. Champagne, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70; watchman, J. W. Pasch, Mar. at $70. 1,043 32 

Post Office: engineers, F. Dumoulin, April-Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33, W. A. Fletcher, 
April-Sept., less 6 d. in April, at $75, J. H. Johnston, Oct., 10 d. and Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. 
at $83.33; firemen, H. Groulx, April and Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70; watchman, F. 
Moyneur, April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70 3,070 84 

Regal Building: engineer, T. Buckley, April-Nov. at $80, Dec.-Mar. at $85 980 00 

Robinson Building: engineers, J. Donohue, April 1-Oct. 10 at $75, T. Haig, Oct. 11-Nov. 30 at 
$75, Dec.-Feb. at $83.33; fireman, A. Carter, April, $65, Nov.-Feb. at $70; watchman, 
C. Larose, April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar., less 22 d. in Jan. and 1 d. in Feb., at $70 1,932 81 

Royal Mint: firemen, P. Ferri, Nov.-Mar. less 3 d. in Nov. at $70, 1. Langlois, April at $65, N. 

Millaire, April at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 823 00 

Supreme Court: engineer, P. O'Connor, April-Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33; fireman, A. 
Masson, April-Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70; watchmen, J. Lewis, April, $60; R. Nash, 
April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70, G. W. Perkins, May-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70. 3,318 32 

Typo Building: firemen, G. Atkinson, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, J. W. Bartlett, 12 d. in 

Mar. at $70, F. Dale, April, $65, Nov.-Dec. at $70, P. H. Smith, Jan. 24-Mar 11 at $70. ... 760 01 

Union Bank Building: fireman, A. Gordon, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 415 00 

Victoria Island: fireman, Geo. Shore, April, 20 d. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 393 34 

Victoria Memorial Museum: ashmen, A. Bowman, April-Oct. at $55, Nov.-Mar. at $60.75, 
R. Gait, Nov.-Mar., less 2 d. in Nov., at $60.75, J. Thomas, April, $55; engineer-in-charge, 
W. N. Rice, April-Mar. at $105; engineers, A. Bourgeois, Sept.-Oct. at $75, T. Butter- 
worth, April-Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33, T. Whalen, April-Nov. at $75, Dec.- 
Mar. at $83.33; firemen, O. Ethier, April-July at $65, Nov.-Mar., less 4 d. in Nov. and 
1 d. in Jan., at $70, H. Groulx, 17 d. in Sept. at $65, A. Guindon, Sept.-Oct. at $65, D.Har- 
rison, Nov.-Mar. at $70, C. Heather ington, April, $65, H. McCann, April and Oct. at 
$65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, hoisting flag, $53, W. H. Soles, April-July at $65, Nov.-Mar. at 
S70, W. Tremble, April-July at $65, Nov.-Mar., less 1 d. in Mar., at $70, A. Turgeon, April- 
July at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70; sterilizer, O. Rivet, April-Nov. at $75, Dec. to Jan. at 
$83 . 33 8 , 627 73 

West Block: ashmen, W. Habartley, 22 d. in Dec. at $60.75, P. Kehoe, April, $55, Nov.- 
Mar., at $60.75, E. Mayo, 20| d. in Feb. at $60.75, J. Morris, April, $55, W. Redsell, Jan., 
27 d. at $60.75, Feb., $70; engineers, H. Bannerman, April-Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33, 
W. McLean, April-Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33, A. Migneault, April-Nov. at $75, 
Dec.-Mar. at $83.33; firemen, T. Beckwith, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, W. Joanisse, 
3 d. in Dec. at $70, H. Lafrance, April at $65, W. E. Manchester, Nov.-Mar. at $70, T. 
Mason, April, $65, F. Moore, 16 d. in Dec. at $70, D. Morel, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at 
S70, A. Neven, April at $65, Nov.-Mar. less 2 d. in Nov. at $70, W. Perrier, April, $65, 
Nov.-Mar. at $70, J. Weedon, Nov.-Mar., less 9 d. in Dec, at $70; watchman, J.W. Stanley, 
April-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70 6, 722 22 

Carried forward 72,861 46 



V — 40 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1911-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Heating, including Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, etc. — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices a Ottawa: ChaufTage, y compris les salaires des mecaniciens, chauffeurs, 

etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 72,861 46 

221 Wellington St.: firemen, J. Huard, April and Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70, J. Paradise, 

April, $65, Nov.-Mar at $70 895 00 

241 Wellington St.: firemen, E. Leblanc, April-Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 805 00 

353-363 Wellington St.: engineers, A. Lortie, April at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33, H. Russett, 

April and Nov. at $75, Dec.-Mar. at $83.33 891 64 

Workman Building: firemen, G. B. Bastien, April 1-May 15 at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70 446 45 

Workshop: asst. storekeepers, J. Lewis, July-Aug. at $60, Sept.-Mar. at $70, H. Mercier, April- 
July at $80; watchmen, Wm. Bambury, April-May at $60, June-Dec. at $75, Jan.-Mar. 
at $80, A. Duford, 14 d. in April at $2 1,843 00 

Extra employees — 

Coal inspector, W. H. Easton, April-Feb. at $60, Mar., $65 725 00 

Spare firemen: P. Biron, Nov. 29-Feb. 28 at $70; J. Brown, Mar., 30 d. at $70; R. Connel, 
10 d. in April at $65; G. A. Currie, 1 d. in Mar., $2.17; Wm. Keating, 4 d. in Nov., 
at $70; P. Laliberte, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70; J. Mullin, April, $65, Nov.-Mar. 
at $70; P. Robertson, 11 d. in Jan. at $70; A. Sayers, 12 d. in Mar. at $70; Geo. Taylor, 

April-June, and Oct. at $65, Nov.-Mar. at $70; M. Vilon, l£ d. in Nov. at $70 1,811 03 

Weighing coal: J. Shea, April-Feb., less 1 d. in June, 1 d. in July and 1 d. in Aug., at $83 .33, 

Mar. at $100 1,008 50 

Heney, John & Son, coal supplied under contract of 1916-17, detailed in 1916-17, page V— 52. . 8,597 57 

Heney, John& Son, and C. C. Ray Co.: coal supplied under contract of 1917-18: birdseye, 119-23 
tons at $7.22, 111-21 at $7.08, 2,160-575 tons at $6.81, 72602 tons at $6.50; blacksmith, 
4-06 tons at $11; cannel, 118-45 tons at $11.50; chestnut, 12-625 tons at $9.87, 59-745 tons 
at $9.73, 3-805 tons at $9.42, 28-66 tons at $9.25; egg, 55-49 tons at $9.78, 1,724-615 tons 
at $9.64, 314-375 tons at $9-33, 1, 162-145 tons at $9.25; furnace, 384-745 tons at $10, 362-625 
tons at $9 . 87, 3 , 008 • 265 tons at $9 . 73, 520 • 925 tons at $9 . 42, 1 , 042 • 935 tons at $9 . 25 ; steam , 
32 -205 tons at $11.50, 491-66 tons at $9.50; stove, 53-925 tons at $9.78, 781-16 tons at $9.64, ■ 
101-32 tons at $9.33, 520-595 tons at $9.25; extra cartage to Experimental Farm, 687-28 
tons at 25c; less paid in 1918-19, $10,676.41 113,951 85 

Argue & McColl: wood, 3 cords hard at $8; kindling, 12 cords at $7, 3 cords at $5.50; mill, 

10 cords, $44.50 169 00 

Barrett Bros.: 7-875 tons egg coal, $63; wood, hard, 2 cords at $14.50, 1 cord at $13.50, 2\ 
cords at $13.30, 2 cords at $13, 867J cords at $11.50, 16 cords at $10.75, 3 cords at $10.30, 
117^ cords mill, $759.40; sundry, $16.50; apparently overpaid, $1.25 11,118 36 

Butterworth, J. G., 10 tons stove coal, $100; H. Dupuis & Son, 54 loads sawdust, $175.50. . 275 50 

Elgin Realty Co.: carting coal, $41.25; 117 tons coal, $1,129.05; firemen's time, 52 d., $109; 

total, $1, 279.30, one-half paid by department 639 65 

Heney, John & Son: coal, 7-31 tons buckwheat, $54.08, 2-3 tons chestnut, $21.01, 132-87 tons 
egg, $1, 180.01, 10-89 tons forkings, $81.68, 304-845 tons furnace, $2,734.02, 4-975 tons pea, 
$42.29, 1-75 ton smith, $11.83, 89-65 tons stove, $792.54, bagging, carting, etc., $50.80; 
225^ cords millwood, $1,465.75 6,434 01 

Independent Coal Co., 10-81 tons egg coal 94 58 

Leclaire& Co.: coal, 135-245 tons egg, $1,014.34, 3-8 tons nut, $29.46, 11 -845'tons stove, $88.86; 

3 cords hardwood, $31 .50 1 , 164 16 

Ottawa City Hydro-Electric Commission: electric current supplied: Comparator Bldg., 
MacKay St., April 2-Mar. 13, 1918, 11,706 k.w., $204.78; 27 Cliff St., April 2-Mar. 1, 1918, 
24, 770 k.w., $231 .26 436 04 

Ottawa Electric Co., electric current supplied at $20 per h.p. per annum: Biological Laboratory, 
1 heater and 1 sterilizer, 14-38 h.p., 15 m. to April 1, 1918; East Block, 6 heaters, 3-62 
h.p., 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917; Experimental Farm, Dr. Saunders' office, kettle, oven, heater, 
etc., 8-5 h.p., 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1917; Fuel Testing Plant, 7 heaters and 1 oven, 10-31 h.p., 
15 m. to April 1, 1918, 1 stove, 2-52 h.p., 6 m. to Jan. 10, 1918; Mines, electric furnace, 
5 heaters, 4 ovens, etc., 43-33 h.p., 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917; Victoria Museum, 1 heater and 
1 iron, 1-99 h.p., 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917 1,057 15 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas supplied, Mar. 3, 1917-Mar. 4, 1918: Archives Bldg., 17,200 cu. ft., $20.61; 
Agriculture Dept., 326 Queen St., $2.04, Wellington St., 2,400 cu. ft., $3.35; Canadian 
Bldg., 6,400 cu. ft., $8.84; Customs Dept., Egan Bldg., $1.92, 41 Lyon St., 34,300 cu. ft., 
$40.95, Sussex St., $2.02; East and West Blocks, 189,900 cu. ft., $205.97; Elgin Bldg., 
1,000 cu. ft., $1.28; Experimental Farm, Agri. Dept., 7,100 cu. ft., $9.82, Biological Lab- 
oratory, 128,800 cu. ft., $142.72, Chemical Laboratory, 207,300 cu. ft., $228.33, Gepdetic 
Survey, 44,600 cu. ft., $49.86, Old Green House, 3,200 cu. ft., $4.24, Observatory, 42,200 
cu. ft., $48.44, Office Building, 17,400 cu. ft., $21.73, Poultry Division, 108,400 cu. ft., 
$119.72, Tobacco Bldg., 54,500 cu. ft., $59.50; Gas and Fuel Testing Plant, 1,737,800 
cu. ft., $1,641.21, Booth St., 148,000 cu. ft., $161.44; Gas Inspection, 17c; House of Com- 
mons, 140 Argyle Ave., 217, 100 cu. ft., $233.66; Imperial Bldg., 6,300 cu. ft., $8.68; Inland 
Revenue, 317 Queen St., 104,700 cu. ft., $114.39; Interior Dept., Stephen Bldg., 3,300 
cu. ft., $5.74, Surveyor's Branch, 37,700 cu. ft., $42.57, Union Bank Bldg., 74,100 cu. ft., 
$76.59, 104 Wellington St., 15,100 cu. ft., $18.31; Labour Dept., 19,200 cu. ft., $22.90; 
Langevin Block, 134,500 cu. ft., $149; Militia and Defence, Birks Bldg., 2,400 cu. ft., 
$4.31, Inspection of Clothing and Hardware, Rideau St., 6,700 cu. ft., $9.38, Medical 

Carried forward 225, 224 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 41 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Heating, including Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, etc.— Concluded. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Chauffage, y compris les salaires des mecaniciens, chauffeurs, 

etc.— Fin. 

Brought forward 225,224 95 

Ottawa Gas Co.— Concluded. 

Stores, 12 Emmett St., 23,600 cu. ft., $24.72, 6,500 cu. ft., $9.25, Royal Bank Bldg., 
2,500 cu. ft., $4.78, 171 Wellington St., 7,800 cu. ft., $9.43, 178 Wellington St., 21,000 cu. 
ft., $22.68; Mines Dept., 227,800 cu. ft., $544.35; Naval Service, Rea Bldg., 150,400 cu. 
ft., $165.92; Norlite Bldg., 64c; Post Office, 21,270 cu. ft., $46.20; Public Works Dept., 
49 Kent, 17,200 cu. ft., $19.48, 167 Queen St., 25,200 cu. ft., $28.94, 22 Vittoria St., $2.26; 
Printing Bureau, 4,513,200 cu. ft., $4,287.64, 354 Sussex St., 36,200 cu. ft., $40.56, 18 York 
St., 2,400 cu. ft., $5.04; Royal Mint, 15,100 cu. ft., $18.32; Supreme Court, 29,600 cu. ft., 

$33.66; Victoria Memorial Museum, 43, 200 cu. ft., $52. 17 8, 775 73 

Millwood, 10 cords, $65; sundry, $8.30 73 30 

Advertising, $40.55; King's Printer's account, $16.12 56 67 

Total " ' . . 234, 130 65 

Less, charged to Experimental Farms (Page V — 29) 88 86 

Total, carried to page V— 35 234,041 79 



Ottawa Buildings: Pay-Lists — Edifices a Ottawa: Bordereaux de paie. 

Superintendents: general, J. W. Featherstone, 12 m., $1,783.06; heating, W. Kerr, 12 m., 
$1,299.96; painting, J. Randall, 12 m., $1,290; electrician, F. Wilson, April 1-Oct. 16, 

$1, 137.50 5,510 52 

Inspector of roads, J. M. Bell, 12 m 1,200 00 

Foremen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918: Nap. Arial, $1,200; T. E. Davis, $1,454.52; J. Devine, 
$1,266.28; J. H. Ellis, $1,320; J. Jolicceur, $1,116.33; Cy. Leblanc, $1,020; J. C. Mac- 
donald, $1,350; A. E. Porter, $1,292.45; W. Sales, $1,080; J. A. Seguin, $1,543.62; T. 

Shore, $1,118.42; N. Smith, $1,348.18 15,109 80 

Foreman, M. J. Nolan, Oct.-Mar 327 28 

Asst. foremen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918: W. E. Allen, $1,149.17; J. Diguer, $1,256.67; W. Jen- 
kins, $1,170; J. Kane, $1,270.68; D. Lafortune, $1,191.93; G. W. Rennie, $1,320; D. Suther- 
land, $1, 022.28 8, 380 73 

Asst. foremen: T. Ferguson, Mar., $87.50; O. Mayer, Feb.-Mar., $200 287 50 

Timekeepers, 12 m.: J. B. Gallagher, $830; G. B. Reid, $1,320 2,150 00 

Bell-help, 12 m.: M.J. Mahon, $1,025.82; H. C. Nolan, $997.15 2,022 97 

Blacksmiths, 12 m.: R. Hawkshaw, $996.02; Mat. Whalen, $971.17; helpers, J. B. Bazinet, 

$769.92, Michael Whalen, $809.20 3,546 31 

Blacksmith, H. J. Smith, Oct.-Mar 500 56 

Carpenters, 12m. to Mar. 31, 1918: E. Anderson, $870.50; A. Auger, $895.45; J. A. Baril, $857.61; 
M. Beaudry, $917.64; N. Belanger, $915.60; L. Bergeron, $915.60; J. Berube, $914.23; 
F. Boucher, $918.03; W. J. Boville, $901.40; D. Campbell, $915.60; C. Chartrand, $914.23; 
F. Cossette, $911.38; P. Dionne, $915.60; A. Fortin, $907.16; N. C. Fournier,. $915.60; 
J. Gruson, $915.60; H. Hanley, $915.60; P. Hannan, $909.40; H. Howell, $889.48; W. R. 
Ingram, $894.72; A. Joubarne, $909.91; D. Lacroix, $881.90; H. L'Heureux, $911.20; 
T. Little, $837.62; A. Nadeau, $952.26; J. Normand, $906.80; N. Osborne, $908.55; L. 
Picard, $983.65; C. A. Rivers, $894.32; C. Smith, $827.42; D. Sullivan, $908.31; A. Suther- 
land, $916.19; D. St. Martin, $782.38; A. Thibault, $910.01; H. Theberge, $948.73; J. 

Tremblay, $915.58; T. Walton, $857.12 .' 33,362 38 

Carpenters: Wm. Ashe, May-Nov., Feb.-Mar., $564.92; J. S. Campbell, April-Jan., $645.22; 
E. Graveline, May-Mar., $768.47; W. Hollington, April-Feb., $819.38; T. Price, April 1- 

Jan. 5, $660.25; J. Robb., April 1-Jan. 5, $682.46; C. Tyers, April-Feb., $833.68 4,974 38 

Carpenters, 7 m. or less: J. W. Brown, $379.72; R. Daley, $381.19; C. Devey, $361.36; P. 
Devey, $374.86; P. Mackay, $377.34; E. Palen, $384.13; L. Ridgrove, $304.43; J. Verander, 

$500.50; payments under $300, $6,073.54 9,137 07 

Carters, April to Oct. at $3, Nov.-Mar. at $3.25 per day: J. Dunse, $993.75; Mrs. C. Gagne, 
$964.02; Mrs. P. Landry, $994.75; T. Landry, $1,041.25; Mrs. C. Latremouille, $999.75; 
Mrs. A. Lewis, $1,005.75; P. Pauze, $1,005.75; Mrs. S. Sauve, $992.75; J. Wigmore, $998.01; 

payments under $100, $61 .50 9,057 28 

Carters, one horse: J. Dunse, $61 .88; T. Landry, $92.13 154 01 

Carters, teams: H. W. Brooks, $273.23; G. N. Crowe, $1,026.25; J. Plunkett, $701.84; J. 

Wigmore, $1,531.99; small payments, $476.15 4,009 46 

Charge of fire alarms, 12 m.: J. Brennan, $1,080; E. F. Dunn, $927.46 2,007 46 

Electricians, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918: A. Franche, $1,038.40; W.J. Hickey, $1,293.32; A. Hudon, 

$1 , 215, overtime, $340 .64 3 , 887 36 

Electricians, April-Jan.: A. Acres, $780.54; R. Askwith, $523.71; F- Bouchard, $571.41; R. 
Desjardins, $556.89; J. Garceau, $614.58; A. Grenier, $453.81; J. Grimes, $551.04; A. Holt, 
$799.50; A. Johnson, $541.63; D. Murray, $557.25; A. McCagg, $997.86; B. Nash, $560.09; 
payments under $300, $1,754.19 9,262 50 

Carried forward . 114,887 57 



V — 42 W DITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1&17-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Pay-Lists— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Bordereaux de paie— Suite. 

Brought forward 114,887 57 

Electrician helpers, April-Jan.: R. Alexander, $569.08; R. Askwith, $184.17; H. Giroux, 
$505 03; R. Hewitt, $387.86; D. Mooney, $479.11; D. Morris, $592.55; J. O'Ncil, $549.06; 

('. Raymond, $595.48; payments under $125, $212.79 4,075 13 

Elevatormen, small payments 45 68 

Engineers, May-Sept.: A. Bourgeois, 4 m., $298.59, overtime, $57; E. Gariepy, 5 m., $375; 

(i. Macdonald, 5 m., $375 1,105 59 

Finishers, June-July, small payments 297 30 

Firemen, May-Sept.: E. Benoit, 5 m., $325, overtime, $25.50; I. Granger, 4 m., $260, over- 
time, $54; A. Guindon, 4 m., $260 924 50 

( tardener, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918: E. Gagne, $805.60; J. Rowley, $755.18; D. Smith, $822.18. . 2,382 96 

( hardener, May-Oct., G. Buck, 6 m 390 00 

Labourers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918: T. Batterton, $673.90; G. Belantrer, $772.38; J. Belanger, 
s7tit;.35; T. Binks, $708.75; A. Boisvert, $719.50; W. Bottomley, $608; A. Bouchard, 
$913.24; L. Brault, $765.75; G. Briglio, $709.39; T. Brown, $708.75; W. H. Burge, $804.46; 

F. B. Butler, $692.63; J. Byrne, $692.03; W. Carpenter, $704.26; U. Chevrier, $704.25; 
C. Cote, $714.15; R. de Beaumont, $711;' P. Dinelle, $676.39; E. Duffield, $630.59; J. 
Enright, $647.70; Geo. Eynouf, $686.25; I. Foisy, $720.90; W. Galarneau, $697.91; A. 
Gauvreau, $703.85; P. Hayden, $738; S. A. Hillman, $666.38; G. W. King, $511.01; 
A. l'Abbe, $655.73; J. Lacroix, $709.48; J. Lafrance, $698.40; S. Lafrance, $707.63; A. 
Laurin, $672.75; P. Lewiski, $679.11; T. McAllister, $701.39; J. McQuaig, $658.01; J. 
Mahoney, $709.38; J. O'Brien, $717; S. Orr, $690.75; W. Orton, $704.39; L. Ouellette, 
$689.27; W. J. Paquette, $702.26; A. Patenaude, $643.26; J. Patry, $712.63; A. Plouffe, 
$706.51; W. Portugais, $746.40; F. X. Prevost, $692.51; J. Proulx, $704; J. Rockbrune, 
S672.33; Mrs. S. Rodier, $324; D. Roy, $708.75; R. Russell, $619.50; W. Simpson, $674.63; 

A. Tapp, $770.75; C. Viau, $701.76; H. Villeneuve, $714.60; T. Villeneuve, $711.75 38,846 70 

Labourer, 11 m. to Feb., 1918: W. Cousineau 498 53 

Labourers, 10 m. to Jan., 1918: J. Bellefeuille, $523.95; J. Defayette, $477.75; A. Macdonald, 

$564.50; J. Morin, $573.77; J. Robertson, $520.42 2, 660 39 

Labourers, 9 m. to Dec, 1918: J. T.Brown, $425.98; O. Joubarne, $523.13 .949 11 

Labourers, 8 months or less: F. Bellefeuille, $308; A. Bowman, $383.75; J. Bunyan, $337; 

W. Carleton, $435.50; T. Carr, $348.75; J. Covle, $564.60; G. Cutbill, $372.08: S. Damiano, 

8350.50; W. J. Davis, $477; N. Faucher, $306.01; J. Goulet, $391.50; H. Groulx, $316.75; 

G. Johnston, $397; T. Langdon, $483.55; H. Littlejohn, $608.75; A. Lortie, $415.63; 
F. X. Lortie, $419.25; H. McCann, $404.57; N. Millaire, $437.25; H. Moore, $375.30; 
E. Morin, $374.23; J. Mullin, $349.88; Z. Ouellette, $420.60; T. Sauriol, $495.01; J.Stearns, 

$421.25; A. Synek, $342.10; G. Turpin, $418; payments under $300, $20,619.61 31,573 42 

Locksmiths, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: W. Kelly, $1,050; R. B. Smith, $914.44; J. Stephens, $915.. 2,879 44 
Machinists, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: F. L. Coleman, $878.92; E. Davis, $906.65; A. Giroux, 

$785.72; J. Mahon, $862.09 3,433 38 

Masons and bricklayers, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: E. Auborne, $1,160.27; A. Aussang, $1,225.96; 

J. Beihler, $1,118.25; R. Briggs, $1,189.17; A. Carisse, $1,263.88; T. Knight, $1,205.49; 

O. Monette, $1,160.03; A. J. Toms, $1,188.62 9,511 67 

Masons and bricklayers, broken periods: H. Cooper, $227.51; M. Dougherty, $246.23; J. 

Martin, $208.13; J. Salt, $695.25; W. Saunders, $641.37; J. Thomas, $205.64; small pay- 
ments, $505.97 2,730 10 

Mechanic, J. Cowley, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 995 30 

Messengers, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: A. Auger, $880.96; P. J. Grace, $868.49; S. McKenna, 

$868.49; W. Robertson, $868.49; C. Tressider, $870.32 4,356 75 

Messengers: G. H. Lowe, Apr. 1-Oct. 9, $503.23; W. Stewart, Apr.-June, Sept.-Mar., $725.10; 

A. Viau, June 15-Aug. 31, $178.96; F. S. Wright, Jan.-Mar., $225 1,632 29 

Painters, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: J. Bedard, $867.68; J. H. Charlebois, $857.27; A. Crevier, 

$867.43; M. Dery, $894.38; O. Desjardins, $858.60; F. Foisy, $859.49; J. V. Gauthier, 

$776.45; W. Gervais, $974.24; A. Grant, $901.45; S. Hebert, $892.57; J. Hillas, $833.43; 

E. Kelly, $880.85; J. Lemieux, $857.71; G. Lenghen, $864.79; C. Lepage, $858.60; J. 

Lytle, $885.54; A. McKra, $913.96; W. Potter, $914.85; W. Romhilt, $852.01; J. Shep- 

pard, $833.44; M. H.Woodward, $891.15 18,335 89 

Painters: W. H. Boone, July-Mar., $635.49; C. Jacques, Apr.-Feb., $736.71; F. Langlois, 

May-Mar., $654.58; payments under $300, $2,077.52 4, 104 30 

Patternmaker: T. Ferguson, Apr.-Feb., $909.75; C. Tyers, Mar., $79.17 988 92 

Plasterers, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: J. Foley, $1,080.45; W. R. Williamson, $1,036.10 2,116 55 

Plasterers, Apr.-Jan.: A. Greene, $744; H. Proulx, $762.13 1,506 13 

Plasterers, short periods: A. Bowman, $214.05; A. Macdonald, $261.95; J. Normand, $202.15; 

J. Overton, $225; payments under $200, $1,799.60 2,702 75 

Plumbers and steamfitters, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: F. A. Burden, $962.23; J. Bussell, $1,010.46; 

E. Demers, $1,014.57; F. Duncan, $989.59; F. Jacques, $997.50; D. Lang, $1,013.06; 

S.Perkins, $1,011.04; T. Pilon, $997.50; A. Riendeau, $991.68 8,987 63 

Plumbers and steamfitters, sundry: J. Maroney, $475; G. M. Reid, $358.33; small payments, 

$205.18 1,038 51 

Plumber's helpers, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: M. Charbonneau, $805.79; J. Dube, $826.18; F. Dunse, 

$778.86; W. Ferreman, $804.51; A. Gagne, $820.55; M. Gorman, $808.15; D. J. Kennedy, 

$827.47; L. Larouche, $791.94; O. Sabourin, $749.19; F. Tapp, $785.87. . .. 7,998 51 

Carried forward 271,955 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 43 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Pay-Lists— Concluded. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Bordereaux de paie— Fin. 

Brought forward 271 , 955 00 

Plumber's helpers: E. Morin, June-Aug., $167.63; T. H. Nichol, at 15c. per h., $97.65 265 28 

Roofers, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: T. W. French, $797.82; O. Mayer, less Feb.-Mar., $850; A. 

Monette, $906.08 2,553 90 

Sterilizer, W. Staples, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 *. 954 65 

Storekeepers, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: W. Dudley, $988.62; R. Dunn, $1,110; J. Ferguson, $1,260 3,358 62 
Storekeepers: T. Alexander, July 24-Nov., $354.95; W. Baker, Dec-Mar., $340; T. E. Hod- 
gins, Apr. 1-Jan. 19, $868.07; H. Mercier, Aug.-Mar., $640 2, 203 02 

Upholsterer, H. A. Trudel, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 1,015 35 

Watchmen: J. W. Pask, 11 m., $720; J. Patrick, Mar., $70; J. Way, Apr .-Feb., $720 1,510 00 

Wiremen, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: G. Aubry, $928.53; A. Catellier, $990; A. Cockburn, $897.80; 
D. Hobb, $867.27; C. Masson, $870.20; B. J. Nolan, $983.38; A. Roy, $953.67; J. F. 

Smith, $895.92; J. Thinel, $930 8, 316 77 

Wiremen: C. Isner, Apr .-June, $160; J. Jessup, Apr .-Dec, Feb.-Mar., $854.76 1,014 76 

Detailed with Trois Rivieres Public Building. (Page V— 23) 14 00 

Total, distributed below.'. 293, 161 35 

Ottawa, East Block, New Roof -. (Page V— 11) 3,232 75 

Ottawa, Custom House (Page V— 24) 4, 120 22 

Ottawa, Building and Macerating Plant for Currency Branch of Finance Dept. . (Page V — 25) 154 09 

Ottawa, Parliament and Departmental Buildings, Rewiring (Page V — 25) 18, 199 44 

Ottawa, Royal Mint, Repairs (Page V— 25) 884 53 

Ottawa Buildings, Repairs (Page V— 57) 266,428 57 

Ottawa, New Departmental Block, 1918-19 141 75 

Total, as above 293,161 35 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc. 
Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc. 

Department of Agriculture ($2,772.68)— 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville: 573 ft. air-cell pipe covering, $114.11; 2 bags asbestos, $3 117 11 

Coldrey & Chapman: 53 automatic air vents, $77.91; lavatory and trap, $18.62; 4 h. w. 

radiators, 166 sq. ft. radiation, $115.95; sundry, $33.26 245 74 

Dowsley, A. H.: oak book-case, $32.50; truck, $27.50; 5 g. o. units, No. 8114, $213. .- 273 00 

McKinley & Northwood: c i. enam. basin, $10.34; wire fender, $11.50; 498 ft. blk. pipe 

$51 .24; sundry, $25.29 98 37 

McLennan, J. R.: 151 elbows, $18.71; 80 tees, $35.78; sundry plumbing supplies, $43.58. . 98 07 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 4 tops, 5 bases, 5 sections, $125.50; 160 rods for card sections, 

$48 173 50 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: cap file cabinet, $21.60; 4-dr. vert, file, $32.50; 3 four-drawer 

vert, file cabinets with ends, $86.68; four-drawer letter file, $25; 2 tops, 2 bases, 8 

sections, $111.37; 2 mahogany tops, 2 bases, 4 sections, $40.50; 7 sections, $70.49; 

sundry, $11.65 399 79 

Rea Co., A. E.: 20 yd. cork carpet and 20 ft. binding, $36; 30 yd. linoleum and binding, 

$51.90; rug, $80 167 90 

Savage & Macdonell: 3,466 ft. hemlock, $118.86; 1,527 ft. shelving, $74.83; cartage, $1.. . 194 69 

Shaver & Beattie: 68 angle packless valves, $162; 3 Jenkins angle valves, $6.03; 12 globe 

valves, $39.68 207 71 

Small payments: 7 blinds, $26.98; 3 cabinets, $16.05; 5 cabinet sections, $40.95; tilter 

chair, $14.50; cleaning carpets, $30.54; Century cooler, $17; 3 desks, $21.75, $34.10, 

and $64; electrical supplies, $20.04; glass, $85.48; hardware, $69.62; heater, pipes, 

etc., $23.47; 304 ft. blk. pipe, $27.44; 130 ft. radiation, $54.10; 6 brass rods, $32.63; 

Brussels rug, $40; repairing safe, $37.20; 12 lock sockets, $14.70; 4 tables, $36.10; 

truck, $28; sundry, $62.15 796 80 

Archives: 25 ft. of hoop steel 25 

Audit Office ($695.51)— 

Bryson Graham, Ltd.: 32 blinds put up, $68.12; ball twine, 85c 68 97 

Currier & Co.: four No. 505 tables, 60 x 30 56 72 

Dalhousie Electric Co.: oak telephone booth 63 70 

Frazer, W. F.: 800 ft. basswood, $27.44; 1,200 ft. sheeting, $47.04; 600 ft. siding, $23.52. . 98 00 

Grant-Holden-Graham: 12 awnings 82 20 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 10 cheque files, 2 tops, 2 bases, $169.74; 4 t. w. stands, $34 203 74 

Cartage, $14; chair, $3.50; green cloth, $12.30; fender and fire-irons, $12; glass, $16.76; 

locks, $1.75; 2 mirrors, $5.20; repairs, $9.75; 3 brass rods, $18.75; 2 sections, $21; 

sundry, $7.17 122 18 

Carried forward 3,468 44 



V — 44 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 3,468 44 

Board of Pensions ($735.60)— 

Birkett & Sons Co., Thos.: 15 revolving window ventilators 88 20 

Blackburn, R. L. & R.: cupboards and partitions on 9th floor, $164.08; wiring 2 electric 

machines, $18 182 08 

Jefferson Glass Co.: 20 dominionlites, $98.40; 2 lumo. plain, $4.50; less $4.50 for goods 

broken in transit 98 40 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 10 bulletin boards, $60; 12 side chairs, $48.60; cabinet, $19.22. 127 82 

Rea Co., A. E.: two rugs, $30, $60 90 00 

Small payments: 10 side chairs, $40; hardware, $10.59; rug, $50; sundry shades and 

repairs to old shades, $36.76; 2 hat trees, $11.75 149 10 

Census: Office Specialty Mfg. Co., moving cases 20 00 

Civil Service Commission ($473.96) — 

Freiman, A. J.: 35 yd. body carpet and mat, $75; rug, $41.40 116 40 

Harris & Barry: 2 arm chairs, $26.70; leather lounge, $70 96 70 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd., 75 yd. cork carpet and 110 ft. brass binding 137 65 

Small payments: clock, $13.50; moving cases, $26.10; 3 brass rods, $19.07; 2 wash- 
stands and toilet sets, $29.85; hat tree, $10; sundry, $24.69 123 21 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery — 

Mason, Geo. M., 4, 600 ft. good wh. pine 201 50 

Conservation Commission ($132.37) — 

Harris & Barry: leather lounge t 70 00 

Desk, $48.60; sett field coils, $11.02; stationery rack, $2.75 62 37 

Customs Department ($4,377.30)— 

Barrett Bros.: 631 gypsum blocks, $126.24; 56 bags paristone, $37.80; sundry, $24.30.. 188 34 

Birkett & Sons Co., Thos.: 6 pr. butts, $33.81; 5 vestibule setts, $61.25; sundry. $59.80. 154 86 

Br'yson-Graham, Ltd.: Ax. carpet, 53* yd. at $2.50, 71f yd. stretched, etc., $226.02; 

rug, $55 414 77 

Coldrey & Chapman: Bristol recording gauge, $40.18; sundry hardware, $27.19 67 37 

Dowsley, A. H.: 435 ft. qr. oak chair rail, $43.50; 3 qr. oak partitions, 767 sq. ft., $536.90; 

sundry, $102.70 683 10 

Duford, Ltd.: 2 pes. plate glass, $67; 300 ft. pebbled glass, $78.75 145 75 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 60 copper contacts, $100.50; sundry, $55.01 155 51 

General Supply Co.: 12 oil cups, $21.31; valve, $17.50; 135 ft. pipe covering, $15.48; sundry, 

$40.42 94 71 

Higman & Sons, Geo.: renovating 2 rooms, $54; bronze liquid, 35c 54 35 

Luke, S. A.: 51i yd. carpet, $128.13; 54 yd. border, $109.59; sewing, etc., $11.50 249 22 

McKinley & North wood: plumbing for two lavatories including labour, $316.58; sundry 

plumbing, $96.20 412 78 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 8 table bases with shelves, $102; 6 side chairs, $21; moving 

cases, $29.40 152 40 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: 2 water coolers, $33.66; 2 top panels in doors, one plain grill door 

and lock, $102.90; sundry, $18.16 154 72 

Rankin, W. A.: water cooler, $17.50; 24 shovels, $26.46; sundry, $34.57 78 53 

Steel Equipment Co. : moving steel cases 717 00 

Stewart & Co.: 6 stdg. desks, six foot, g.o 164 10 

Strachan, W.: cement, $34.50; 500 ft. corner iron, $19.60; sundry, $17.17 71 27 

Wilson, Jas. E.: pine lumber, $52.68; 8 sash, glazed, $15.19; sundry, $13.84 81 71 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $33.41; glass, $59.84; hardware, $130.48; 770 ft. 

pine, $42.23; 3 brass plates, $10; repairs, $25.60; sand, $11.25; signs, $24 336 81 

Director of Public Information : 2 rugs 72 00 

Dominion Police: burlap, $5.20; clock, $7.75; electrical supplies, $4.63; hardware, $30.87; 

60 fire-hose clamps, $30 , 78 45 

Examining warehouse ($150.06) — 

Eclipse Plating & Sales Co.: 20 large light fixtures and bowls 148 20 

Mason, Geo. M.: 126 1. ft. qr. round oak 1 86 

Exchequer Court: hardware, $12.95; 3 shades, $3.19 16 14 

External Affairs ($241.05)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: sundry cabinet units 131 75 

Gothic awning, $17.30; 2 desks, $38, $54 109 30 

Finance Department ($6,009.86)— 

Bryson-Graham. Ltd. : 279| yd. cork carpet •. 460 90 

Fournier, L. G.: 135 chairs, $93.15; 6 ash desks, $91.50; 163 tables at $2.50 592 15 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chairs, 23 side, $101.75; 9 tilters, $113; system desks, one, 
$60, 2 at $40; 14 tables, $233; 2 table bases, $25.90; 4 truck tires, $9.70; t. w. stand, 

$4.60 627 95 

Oliver & Sons, J.: 525 chairs, $391.50; 340 tables, $1,539.95. 1,931 45 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: cabinet, $9.67; 2 chairs, $35.44; desks, 7 flat, $171.48, 2 stdg., 
$55.08, one dble. flat, $54.70, one t. w., $34.43; telephone stand, $6.75; 2 tables, 

$102.60 470 15 

Popham, Geo. H.: 11 bases, 11 tops, 64 sections 1,586 37 

Carried forward 15,635 8 4 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 45 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 15, 635 84 

Finance Department — Concluded. 

Storey, D.: 18 chairs, $27; 8 tables, $28 55 00 

Small payments: 6 blinds, $16.59; curtain, $10; glass, $21; 3 guards, $34.90; hardware, 

$44.71; lavatory, $16.66; repp, $12.25; repairs, $47.50; 2 rods, $17.29; sink, $24.99; 

10 tables, $40 285 89 

Food Control ($4,561.12)— 

Bell Telephone Co.: 289 ft. code cable, $155.38; 500 ft. No. 18 wire, $8.05 163 43 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.: flat desks, vert, file drawer, 11 at $30.50 335 50 

Bristow, M. G.: 4 t.w. chairs, $31; desk, flat, $45, t.w., $32.50 .-. 108 50 

Bryson, Graham, Ltd.: 7 blinds, $17.44; 3 rugs, $45, $30, $28; sundry, $2.95 123 39 

Cleghorn & Beattie: 27 yd. carpet, $44.55; 113^ yd. cloth, $83.44; 5 rugs, $125, 2 at $90, 

2 at $55; sundry, $26.05 569 04 

Currier & Co.: chairs, 14 arm, $149, 2 t.w., $28.75, 2 r. t., $30.75; 11 tables, $118.35; extra 

for express, $2.17 329 02 

Davidson, Jas. Estate: 8 doors, $38.85; 10 pes. sash, $96; sundry, $39.90 '. 174 75 

Dowsley, A. H. : two No. 7001 book cases '. 65 00 

Edmondson & Petch: 20 awnings, $135.64; window shade, $3.50 139 14 

Federal Typewriter Co.: 4 t.w. chairs, $29.80; 7 t.w. desks, $232.25; 13 t.w. stands, 

$76.45 338 50 

Garland & Sons Co., J. M.: 302 yds. green cork carpet and brass binding, $499.34; 308| 

yd. brown cork carpet and 3 boxes brass binding, $423 .44 922 78 

Harris & Barry: arm chairs, 32 at $2 .05, 4 at $3; extra for express, $6.28 83 88 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: 24 yd. cork, $52.70; 2 rugs, $95, $30 177 70 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: cabinet units, $68.30; 7 chairs, $58.45; desks, flat, $42, t.w., 

7 at $25, one, $34.43; t.w. stand, $7; 6 tables, $117.12; 24 hatrtrees, $110,53; wardrobe, 

$26.33 639 16 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: 5 century water coolers 83 30 

Rea, Co., A. E., rug 90 00 

Small payments: beaver-board, $8; book case, $19; cabinet, $3.25; chair, $4.75; clock, 

$9.40; desk, $35.10; overtime finishing office, $45; hardware, $36.06; Bishopric 

lath, $28.80; 45 holophane shades, $28.67 218 03 

Governor General's Staff: Century cooler, $17; disk heater, $6.47 23 47 

House of Commons and Museum Building ($8, 112.59) — 

Ackroyd, P.: annunciator, $19.60; 300 ft. tel. cable, $147.98; 125 ft. steel conduit, $14.70; 

sundry, $72.50 254 78 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 300 ft. moulding, $30; 42 attch. plugs, $18.90; sundry, $22.36 71 26 

Birkett & Sons Co., Thos.: 34 axes and brackets, $64.46; 25 doz. card holders, $15.93; 

sundry, $11 .44 91 83 

Bromsgrove Guild, Montreal: chair for Speaker of Commons 520 00 

Bry son-Graham, Ltd.: 113£ yd. cocoa matting, $92.10; 2 couches, $30, $18.50; 5 rugs, 

$152.50; 18 tables, $65; sundry, $32.90 391 00 

Can. General Electric Co.: 16 in. 60 eye. osc. fan motors, 50 at $25.72^; one 9 in. stationary 

motor, $12.25 1,298 51 

Cleghorn & Beattie: 95| yd. cork, laid, $171.59; fixing curtains, $1.50; rugs, $45, $32.50, 

2 at $27.50, 5 for $180 485 59 

Costello & Crowe, repairing motor of vacuum cleaner 162 64 

Davidson, Jas., Estate: 960 ft. beaverboard, $37.64; 24 sheets, $30.90; pine lumber, 

113 pes. 2 x 4 x 16, $72.30, 3,728 lin. ft., 2 x 4 x 16, $111.45, 705 ft. dr., $41.46; sundry, 

$16.90 310 65 

Efficiency Boiler Heating Co.: 24 side bars, 6 front and 60 grate bars 492 66 

Elmira Furniture Co. : 100 golden oak diners 281 02 

Frazer, W. F.: lumber, 2,939 ft., 1 x 4, $96.95, 774 ft., 1 x 12, $30.34; sundry lumber, etc., 

$56.06 " 183 35 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 2 annunciators, $35.28; 1,000ft. metal moulding, $80.85; 2,500ft. 

r.c. wire, $34.30; sundry, $8.59 159 02 

Gray-Harvey Co. : galv. iron, $3.92; 24 night latches, $53 56 92 

Harris & Barry: easy chair, $40; desk, $6.75; 4 lounges, $179 : 225 75 

Hill, Jas.: 2,500 ft. two-in. burlap, $24.80, 100 lens, $11.79; 19 doors, $57.64; 3,252 ft. 

pine, $158.32, sundry, $25.65; cartage, $3.50 281 70 

McLennan, J. R.: 2 solid porcelain urinals complete, $147; sundry plumbing, $9.56 156 56 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 5 flat desks, $129.95; 5 cabinet sections, $35 164 95 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: 18 rim. latches, $8.82; 20 yale latches, $49; sundry, $11 .68.. 69 50 

Rankin, W. A.: 12,054 sq. ft. beaver board, $475.07; sash cord, $18.49; 17 rolls box 

strapping, $37.49; sundry, $138.14 669 19 

Rideau Electric Supplies: 30 switches, $14.70; 1,000 ft. wire, $19.60; sundry, $35.55 69 85 

. Thornton & Truman: 92 window guards 626 75 

Valley City Seating Co.: chair for Speaker of Senate 450 00 

West. Disinfecting Co. : 44 gal. euchrelyptum 96 80 

Wilson, Jas. E.: 2 w. pine doors, $65; 2 screen doors, $25.48 90 48 

Carried forward 28,222 08 



V — 46 Al DITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 017-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc. — Suite. 

Brought forward 28.222 08 

House of Commons and Museum Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: glass, $131.69; hardware, $88.14; hose, $11.27; linoleum, $7.88; nails, 

124.80; 117 ft. pipe covering, $29.48; plumbing, $33.06; repairs, $20.72; 22 tables, $87; 

sundry, $17.79 451 83 

Immigration Department ($2,326.05)— 

Ch^horn & Beattie: 241 yd. carpet, made and laid, $761.66; 23 yd. cork, $40.25; 11 

shades, $23 .78 825 69 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 3 bases, 12 sections, $119.25; 3 mah. cornices, $12.45; system 

desk, $75; 8 hat trees, $48 254 70 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: mah. chairs, 6 side, $100.26, 2 tilter, $72.83; mah. desks, one 

t.w., $105.23, one with plate glass, $132.23; mah. table, $189.75; mah. wardrobe, 

$89.70; mah. waste basket, $32.28; 4 hat-trees, $18 740 28 

Rea Co., A. E.: 60 yd. linoleum, $116.40; 8 yd. scrim, $9.40 125 80 

Snvder Bros., mahogany chesterfield Ill 50 

Stewart Co.: chair, $33.75; library table, $65 98 75 

Small payments: couch, $39; glass, 24 Its., $16.02, 2 plates, $47.25; 3 brass rods, $16.07; 

table, $25; sundry, $25.99 169 33 

Indian Affairs ($72.60)— 

Blind, $1.87; hardware, $2.58; 4 mats, $18.15; rug, $50 72 60 

Inland Revenue ($989.47)— 

Gilmour & Co., D. G.: 680 ft. wh. pine, $40; 1,916 ft. wh. pine shelving, $90.13 130 13 

Harris & Barry: 3 office chairs, $57.70; 2 t.w. desks, $75 132 70 

Luke, S.A.: 22 blinds, $15.14; rug, $44 59 14 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 cabinet sections, $24.75; moving cases, $22; sundry, $11 .92. . 58 67 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 3 bases, 3 tops, 9 sections, $192.47; chair, $23.22; t.w. desk, 

$37.80 253 49 

Rea Co., A. E.: 2 rugs, $66, $74.25 140 25 

Small payments: range boile* $29.89; 8| yd. cork carpet, $12.25; desk, $43.20; glass, 

$15.08; hardware, $20.43; 24 yd. linoleum, laid, $37.10; 300 ft. pine, $17.89; 2 brass 

rods, $11.60; 9 shades, $16.75; sundry, $10.90 215 09 

Insurance ($157.08)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., moving steel cases 118 20 

Annunciator, $28.42; clock, $8.50; coat hooks, $1.96 38 88 

■ Interior Department ($8,911.74)— 

Ahern Safe Co., safe, $110; Est. Jas. Davidson, lumber, $68.60 178 60 

Bertschinger, A. H.: annunciator, $22.54; 9 chloride accumulator elements, $57.32; 48 

insulating studs, $30.58; sundry, $34.77 145 21 

Birkett & Sons Co., Thos.: 2 trucks, $10, $35.25; sundry hardware, $21.52 66 77 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd.: 39 blinds, $84.82; 360 yd. cork carpet, $594; laying 258 yd. cork 

carpet, $49.26; 6 tin map rollers, $36; rug, $46; sundry, $88.47 898 55 

Carson, W. J.: glass, 3 Its. plate, polished edges, $57.53; painting side wall of Queen street 

building, $125; sundry glass, etc., $21.85 204 38 

Cleghorn & Beattie: 30 yd. carpet, $87.50; 31 yd. cork and binding, $51.65; 67£ yd. lino- 
leum and binding, $130.58; rug, $75; sundry, $24.78 369 51 

Dominion Mach. & Supply Co.: 11 brass rods, $79.06; sundry, $6.10 85 16 

Dowsley, A. H.: desk, $45; table, $25; hat-tree, $10; 2 four-dr. units, $78 158 00 

Frazer, W. F.: 2,009 ft. t. and g. pine, $92.53; sundry, $29.40 121 93 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 75 ft. lead covered cable, $34.18; sundry, $46.23 80 41 

Gray Harvey Co.: 36 brass box corners, $26.46; 9 Lepage door checks, $71.10; sundry, 

$24.73 122 29 

Hill, Jas.: 800 ft. picture moulding, $10.05; 1,000 ft. wh. pine, $60; cartage, 25c 70 30 

Lowe-Martin Co.: cabinet units, 2 cap, $66, 4 antique oak, $73.70; sundry, $33.85 173 55 

Luke, S. A.: 33 yd. carpet, $85.70; chair, $11.50; 6 mats, $54; table, $14.25 165 45 

Mason, Geo. M.: 1,000 ft. basswood, $50; 1,000 ft. pine, $50 100 00 

Murphy Gamble, Ltd.: 20 yd. cork, $31; 153 yd. linoleum, $228.05; Wilton rug, $110; 

sundry, $55.15 424 20 

North American Equipment Co.: desk, $64; 2 wardrobes, $50 114 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet sections, $238.50; desk and desk rack, $68.50; moving 

cases, $574.35; sundry, $H 895 35 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 3 four-dr. cabinets and ends, $126; cabinet sections. $122.88; 

12 tel. stands, $80.75; board-room table, $64.60; oak table, $18.90; hat-tree, $5 418 13 

Flaunt Hardware Co.: 4 water coolers, $68.11; sundry, $20.98 89 09 

" Rankin, W. A.: 14 Lepage door checks, $93.30; 12 Yale latches, $36.44; sundry, $60.51. . . 190 25 

Rea Co., A. E.: 136 yd. cork carpet, $224.20; 48£ yd. carpet, $118.75; rug, $75 417 95 

Steel Equipment Co.: sliding ladders and tracks, $165; moving steel cases, $1,648.95; 

sundry repairs, $9 1 , 822 95 

Stewart, P.: one plate glass, $25; 21 Its. glass, $34.19; sundry, 49c 59 68 

Stewart & Co.: 8 bases, 8 tops, 48 sections, $253.80; chair, $9.80; desk, $25.65; table, 

$26.30; sundry, $11.45 327 00 

Storey, D.: chair, $10.13; double fiat desk, $45.58; Jacobean pedestal, $7.25 62 96 

Carried forward 39, 980 78 



PUBLIC ^YORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPEND ITU HE V — 47 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, mcubles, terrains, etc. — Suite. 

Brought forward 39,980 78 

Interior Department— Concluded. 

Storr, J.: 2 plate glass table tops, $12.74; 12 Its. glass, $47.33; sundry, $11.41 71 48 

Strachan, W.: 8 sheets galv. iron, $34.18; sundry, $28.77 62 95 

White, L. T., 2 Jenkins manifold revolving map racks 227 75 

Small payments: cabinet, $34.12; cleaning carpets, $35.45; 7 chairs, $84.18; electrical 
supplies, $87.11; fan and motor, $48; 9 drawer-fronts, $38.25; glass, $29.11; hardware, 
$133.74; 5 help-a-phones, $14.94; 186 lb. sheet lead, $36.45; repairs, $91.29; 2 rugs, $66; 

3 tables, $11.25; truck, $24.75; sundry, $53.25 787 89 

Justice ($2,960.77)— 

Armstrong, Allan, 16 storage cases, 4 leg bases 66 00 

Bry son-Graham, Ltd.: rugs, one $38.50, 2 at $15, one $5 73 50 

Cleghorn & Beattie: 41 yd. cork carpet, laid, $63.55; 3 Smyrna mats, $20.25; 2 shades, $3; 

6 Brussels squares, $235 321 80 

General Acoustic Co.: 54 ft. silk cable, $30.30; installing instruments, $329.70; 9 dicto- 
graph intercom, stations, $324; 2 keymaster dictograph stations, $216 '. 900 00 

Harris & Barry: 13 arm chairs, $192.95; g.o. desk, $44.55; hat-tree, $4 v . 241 50 

McLennan, J. R.: 132 ft. radiators, $72.20; sundry, $10.94 83 14 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 2 card cabinets, $15; four-drawer cabinet, $28.80; 5 Macey 
cabinets, $182.50; cabinet sections, $26.55; cards, fofders and guides, $77.25; chairs, 4, 
$50.30, 3 t.w., $27.33, 3 upholstered, $77.97; desks, 3 flat, $70.89, one stdg., $29.70, 
one system, $51.30, 6 t.w., $231.66; 6 tel. stands, $40.50; tables, one board-room 

$58.73, 3 plain, $38.82 1,007 30 

Storey, D.: flat desk, $28.62; 7 tables, $29.50 58 12 

Small payments: annunciator, $20.58; 2 castor bases, $10.50; 2 cabinet sections, $9.60; 
clock, $8.50; flat desk, $40; glass, $54.86; 2 heaters, $8.82; 2 file trays, $19; sundry, 

$37.55 209 41 

Labour ($340.15)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : 2 tops, 2 bases, 7 sections 105 00 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: card cabinet, $12.25; 6 sections, $54 66 25 

Small payments: 6 blinds, $42.20; filing cabinet, $9.80; t.w. desk, $40; electrical supplies, 

$1.28; t.w. stand* $8.78; 7 tables, $66.84 168 90 

Library of Parliament: chair, $21.60; plumbing, $24.50 46 10 

Marine and Fisheries ($592.89)— 

Coldey & Chapman: 2 radiators, 180 sq. ft. radiation 102 23 

Higman & Sons: cleaning, painting and renovating Minister's office 312 68 

Small payments: 8 blinds, $27.51; leather office chair, $41; 15 kitchen chairs, $11.25; 

desk, $27; glass, $9.41; lumber, $42; thermometer, $8.43; sundry, $11.38 177 98 

Military Service Council and Central Appeal Board ($2,605.30) — 

Bristow, M. G.: 2 drop-top desks, $82; 2 t.w. stands, $17 99 00 

Bry son-Graham, Ltd.: 26 blinds, put up, $55.68; sundry, $3.35 59 03 

Federal Typewriter Co.: typewriter desks, 4 at $38, 3 at $29.05 239 15 

Freiman, A. J.: cupboard, $4.75; 6 hearth rugs, $18; Wilton rug, $40 62 75 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 35 side chairs, $122.50; 3 upholstered chairs, $52.50; 2 flat 

desks, $90; sectional cabinet, $73.25; tables, one $43, board-room $75, 13 at $15 651 25 

Oliver & Sons, J.: 49 chairs, $35.60; tables, one $6.50, 13 at $3.35 85 65 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 5 cabinets, $61; upholstered chair, $27; 24 t.w. chairs, $200.40; 
desks, one $23.63, one $24.98, 6 at $34.43; 36 setts guides, $45; 19 t.w. stands, $164.04; 

4 tables, $85.73; 6 card trays, $73.50; 2 hat-trees, $18; wardrobe, $29.03 958 89 

Rea Co., A. E.: rugs, $65, $18; 12 small rugs, $69 152 00 

Stewart & Co.: cupboard, $17.30; office chair, $24.50; 2 cabinets, $36.50; desk, $40.50; 

2 tables, $24.65 143 45 

Small payments: chair, $15.40; 4 clocks, $31.75; desk, $30; 500 ft. panelling, $29.40; 

sundry, $47.58 : 154 13 

Militia and Defence ($34,933.37)— 

Ackroyd, P.: 28 Hubbell lockwire guards, $10.98; 200-amp. knife switches, $16.41; 300 ft. 

wire, $13.23; sundry, $64.28 104 90 

Barrett Bros.: 200 bags cement, $120; lime, $21; 2 tons paristone, $27; plaster-of-paris, 

$10.40 178 40 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 2 annunciators, $41.45; 72 cart, fuses, $22.58; 20 single-light chain- 
pendants, $75.46; 8 moonstone reflectors, $19.60; sundry, $15.58 174 07 

Birkett & Son Co.: 52 pr. butts, $22.60; 33 inside door setts, $53.59; rubber-tired truck, 

$19.25; sundry, $38.97 134 41 

Birks & Sons, H.: 2 clocks, $18.25; 2 Moncton clocks, $30.15; repairs, $8.50 56 90 

Bishopric Wallboard Co.: 12,032 ft. lathboard, $364.06; roll tape, 35c 364 41 

Brennan Co., H. C, No. 130 Ahern safe 165 00 

Bristow, M. G.: desks, 3 flat, $89, 2 stdg., $30, 4 t.w., $122; 8 t.w. stands, $55.50; 6 tables, 

$47.95; 2 second-hand tables, $10 354 45 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd.: 75 blinds, $210.89; 164 blinds, in Bate Block, $395.68; 524 yd. cork 

carpet, $852; brass binding, $60.68; 2 Ax. rugs, $92; Brussels rug, $35; sundry, $60.95.. 1,707 20 

Carried forward 50,916 40 



V — 48 AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 50,916 40 

Militia and Defence — Continued. 

Carson, W. J.: glass, 46 Its., chipped, $117.27, 28 Its. d.d., $94.43, one plate $12.90, 18 Its. 

star, $8.40; sundry, $8.90 241 90 

Cleghorn & Beattie: 28 yd. cork carpet, $43.40; 44| yd. carpet, $73.70; 3 pr. velour curtains 
and one pr. portieres, $100; fittings for Minister's room, 86 yd. carpet, $335.40, 2 pr. 
portieres, $114.69; rugs, one $125, one $115, 3 at $75, one $60, one $45, 2 at $40, one $35; 

35^ yd. carpet made up, $138.46; sundry, $26.20 1,516 85 

Coldrey .& Chapman: 3 bowls, $25.48; 2 bowls wh. tanks and mah. seats, $54.88; 8 Acme 
syphon-jet closets, $325.36; 2 lavatories, $23.52; 21 lens, soil pipe, $53.35; sundry 

plumbing, $64.70 547 29 

Currier & Co.: chair, $9.45; desks, one fiat, $43.20, 8 stdg., $174.20, 4 t.w., $123.55; 12 

tables, $178.20 528 60 

Cuzner Hardware Co.: 6 automatic door shutters, $42; sundry hardware, $27.52 69 52 

Dalhousie Electric Co.: 75 wire silk and cotton lead-covered switch board cable, $51.45; 

sundry, $18.52 : 69 97 

Davidson Estate, Jas.: beaverboard, $159.47; 14 doors, $52.74; 3,016 ft. pine, $168.50; 

150 pes. 2x4x 16, $72; 9 pes. sash, $47.63; sundry, $48.27 548 61 

Dom. Machine & Supply Co.: 14 brass curtain rods, $85.93; sundry, $10.70 96 63 

Eclipse Plating Co.: 850 star anchors, $34.56; 28 moonstone fixtures, complete, $432.18; 

sundry, $20.50 ' 487 24 

Edmondson & Petch, 8 new awnings, complete and erected 88 96 

Farley & Co., simplex floor finish, 1,129 sq. ft , 112 90 

Federal Typewriter Co.: 4 t.w: desks, $143.05; 3 t.w. stands, $25.50; 3 tables, $19.50 188 05 

Frazer, W. F., lumber, 1,600 ft., 1 x 12, d. 4 s 98 80 

Freiman, A. J.: 12 chairs, $7.80; 6 coco mats, $7.50; rug, $43.60; Wilton rug, $58 116 90 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 510 ft. conduit, $116.05; 75 condulets and covers, $55; 70 keyless 
sockets, $27.88; 5 thirty-amp. motor starting switches, $53.90; 1,500 ft. solid r. c. 

wire, $46.08; 545 ft. stranded wire, $60.20; sundry, $109.71 •. 468 82 

General Supply Co.: 3 pyrene extinguishers, $19.60; sundry hardware, $37.45 57 05 

Gilmour, D. G.: £ in. basswood v-joint, 1,000 ft., $41.16; 1£ in. good wide wh. pine, 

3,500 ft., $164.64 205 80 

Grant-Holden-Graham: 15 awnings, $193.70; 146 awnings, for Bate Building, $1,060.15; 

repairing awning, $2; 8 new skylight covers, $193.60 1,449 45 

Harris & Barry: rev. bookcase, $13.50; cabinet, $6.75; chairs, 9, $12.75; one leather, 
$50, one t.w.,' $8.75; desks, 4 g.o., $108.15; 2 stdg. at $23.35; 10 at $28.20, one roll top, 
$67.50, one t.w., $37.50; lounge, $40; 2 settees, $41.80; tables, one, $9.45, one, $14.20, 

4 at $14.85, 2 at $17.55, one, $20.25, one, $20.95; hat tree, $6.75 881 50 

Hill, Jas.: 2,000 1. ft. burlap cap, $19.60; 2,414 ft. wh. pine, $114.18; lumber, etc., $29... . 162 78 

Interior Haixhvood Co.: 20 five-foot oak stdg. desks 418 00 

Jefferson Glass Co.: 51 dominionlites, $253.32, 2 lumo. plain, $2.57 255 89 

Luke, S. A.: 16 blinds, $25.70; 70£ yd. body carpet, $183.30, 49£ yd. border, $128.70; 6 
chairs, $4.80; leather chair, $40; 3 desks, $70.05; 2 Ax. rugs,' $90; tables, 4 at $10.50, 

one, $19 603 55 

McKinley & Northwood: water cooler, $17; 324 lb. sheet lead, $69.85; 25-ft. soil pipe, 

$14.75; 25 lb. solder, $25.48; sundry plumbing supplies, $115.69 242 77 

McLennan, J. R.: 6 pr. bar hinges, $14.70; sundry plumbing supplies, $81.10 95 80 

Marchand & Donnelly: 100 ft. conduit, $21.56; 54 five-amp. switches, $19.75; sundry, 

$17.95 59 26 

Mason, Geo. M., Ltd.: 290 ft. double desk and pigeon holes, $832.30; 258 ft. single desk 
and pigeon holes, $423.12; 9 doors, $85.50; 20 doors with frames, fanlights, etc., 
$290.04; 12 door jambs, $40; lumber, 2,500 ft. d. 2 s., $110.25, 4,000 ft. d. 4 s., $254.80, 
1,000 ft. t. and g., $39.20, 3,750 ft. pine, $203.07, 2,543 ft. spruce, $94.70; 900 ft. mbr. 
base, $135, 900 ft., $71.68; 3 offices, to detail, $444; set partitions, $98.20; 42 tables, 

$1,176; 5,632 sq. ft. wallboard, $193.20; sundry lumber, etc., $426.87 4,917 93 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: Ax. carpet, 134| yd., $330.13; 36 yd. Brussels carpet, $75.60; 
37 yd. linoleum, $61.05; 11 rugs, $105, $98.50, $74.50, $74, $65, $60, $50, $50, $47.50, 

$22.50, $21.50; sundry, $40.42 1,175 70 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 4 rev. bookcases, $67.25, 2 sectional, $34.25; 3 cabinets, $49.75; 
sundry cabinet sections, $719.25; 13,700 cards, $93.35; chairs, 3 arm, $64.50, 6 tilter, 
$81, 2 side tilter, $20, 29 side, $101.50; desks, one, $22.60, one, $75, 2 at $35, 9 record, 
$401, one double record, $76.50, one system, $75, one standing, $39; 2 desk units, $66; 
guides, $66.65; moving cases, $1,274.40; 18 stools, $94.75; 320 card trays, $320; sundry, 

$218.67 4,030 42 

Oliver & Sons, J., Ltd.: chairs, 98 at 60c, 104 at 62c, 42 at 65c, 259 at 75c, 4 at 85c, 
6 oak at $3; desks, one, $8, 13 at $18.75, 5 at $22.50; stools, 30 at $1.20, 111 at $2, 32 
at $2.20; tables, one $3.10, 6 at $3.75, 2 at $4, 18 at $4.25, 11 at $4.60, 187 at $4.85, one 
$5.10, 22 at $5.50, 5 at $5.60, 14 at $5.75, 38 at $6, 33 at $6.25, 4 at $6.50, 3 at $6.75, 2 at 

$7.25, one $10, 3 at $12 2,902 13 

Orr, Robt.: two guards for switchboard and two machine guards 54 50 

Carried forward 73,609 97 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 49 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 73,609 97 

Militia and Defence — Concluded. 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 2 book cases, $35.10; cabinets, one, $35.50, 10, $81.52; cabinet 
sections, $1,020.03; 6 side chairs, $28.50; desks, 7 double, $352, 21 fiat, $625.23, 8 
t.w., $394.48, 3 double ped. t.w., $113.40; card indexes, $26.45; t.w. stands, 3 at $8.50, 
4 at $8.78, one, $9.08; tables, 30 at $9.25, 13, $158.80; 9 desk trays, $16.05; hat-tree, 

$10.50; 3 wardrobes, $81.70; 8 telephone stands, $61.89; 15 stools, $56.40 3,444 75 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: 1,600 chair tips, $42.34; Century coolers, 3 at $16.66, 5 at $17, 11 at 

$17.15; sundry hardware, $23 388 97 

Rankin, W. A.: Century coolers, one, $15, 2 at $17, 5 at $17.50; sundry hardware, $18.91.. 155 41 

Rea Co., A. E.: 173 yd. carpet, $368; cork carpet, 47 yd., $72.85, 112 yd. laid, $205.40; 
rugs, $136.50, $111.75, 2 at $111.30, $105, $95, 3 at $75, $65, [$62.40, 4 at $50, $45, 

$35, $32, 2 at $24, $21; sundry, $37.91 2,088 41 

Rideau Canal Supply Co. : 26 loads sand 61 75 

Ritchie & Nunn: glass, $39.74; tinting, staining and varnishing partitions in Bate Building, 

$143 .25 182 99 

Steel Equipment Co.: 175 label-holders, $52.50; moving steel cases, $156 208 50 

Stewart, P.: glass, $50.75; sundry hardware, $2.21 ' 52 96 

Stewart & Co.: 12 chairs, $85.20; cabinet sections, $53.35; desks, 3 flat at $40.50, one 

double flat, $43.20, 11 standing at $25; settee, $20.80; 8 stools, $12 611 05 

Storey, D.: chairs, 5 at 70c, 2 at $2.75, tilter, $9.50, 3 t.w., $24.30; desks, 3 flat, $82.22, 

12 standing, $291.12, 5 t.w., $157.92; 7 t.w. stands, $80.36; table, $6.50 660 92 

Storr, J.: alabastine, $22.30; glass, $85.54; bronze liquid, 97c 108 81 

Strachan, W.: 335 lb. sheet iron, $44.33; sundry hardware, $43.99 88 32 

Water Purification, Ltd.: 500 filter pads 125 00 

Wilmot, J. E.: clocks, 2 at $7.75, 6 at $8.50 66 50 

Wilson, J. E. : contract for work at Bate Building complete (no details) 174 00 

Small payments: cabinet, $15; cabinet sections, $19.25; chair, $8.50; 50 bags cement, 
$30; copper coil, $48; electrical supplies, $13.18; glass, $40.48; 2 sets grate fixtures, 
$78.50; hardware, $74.10; 48 cupboard locks, $39.20; perf. mat, $52.68; sanitary mat, 

$17.73; plumbing, $16.17; repairs, $48.78; safe, $45.65; sundry, $33.90 581 12 

Mines Department ($3,925.29)— 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 340 ft. conduit, $53.11; 8 circuit panel board, $73.50; 700 ft. wire, 

$47.38; sundry, $46.07 220 06 

Builders Sales, Ltd., 6 lens. vac. cleaning hose 172 50 

Castings of Ottawa, boiler front 55 00 

Coldrey & Chapman: grate bars, $56.45; sundry supplies, $33.63 90 08 

Dalhousie Electric Co.: 60 ft. lead covered cable, $51.16; 275 ft. wire, $16.79; sundry, 

$15. 12 83 07 

Edmondson & Petch: 3 awnings complete and erected 72 00 

Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd.: 20 new awnings 100 86 

McFarlane Douglas, Ltd.: new galv. iron skylight, for fuel testing plant and repairs to 

two skylights 97 00 

McKinley & Northwood: black iron pipe, 1| in., 305 ft., $65.76, 3 in., 342f ft., $221.70; 

sundry, $24.19 311 65 

McLennan, J. R.: 33 return bends, $88.20; 80 1. ft. pipe covering, $49.98; 33 elbows, $43.80; 

56 nipples, $30.48; 23 tees, $62.52; sundry, $75.53 350 51 

O'Connell, M. M.: plumbing work in Free Press building 459 84 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: moving cases, $530; truck, $28.75 558 75 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: cement, $13.35; 144 ft. pipe covering, $45.81 59 16 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: bookcase, $8.50; 4-dr. cabinet., $36.50; cabinet units, $108.54. . 153 54 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: Century cooler, $16.66; 21 wire screens, $167.73 184 39 

Savage & Macdonell: 7 pes. cedar, $9.90; 1,220 ft. plank, $53.80; 2,000 ft. pine sheathing, 

$107.80 171 50 

Steel Equipment Co., moving steel cases from Museum 150 00 

Stewart, P., decorating, as agreed 180 00 

Small payments: 24| ft. leather belt, $41.44; 21 blinds, $39.04; castings, $13.36; 28 bags 
cement, $15.76; 2 chairs, $29.03; manhole cover, $15; glass, $32.78; hardware, $79.47; 
heater, $13.50; 500 ft. pine, $22.54; plumbing, $37.95; 49 holophane shades, $31.21; 

shingles, $16; table, $14.85; 186 lb. lead waste, $45.57; sundry, $7.88 455 38 

National Gallery: A. H. Dowsley, 2 bookcases 100 00 

Naval Service ($903.42)— 

Gilmour, D. G.: 2,016 ft. pine shelving, t. and g 94 85 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: oak ladder and rail, $74; moving furniture, $23 97 00 

Ottawa Gas Co.: 2 four-section gas stove radiators 60 00 

Steel Equipment Co.: glass case, $225; moving cases, $6.25 231 25 

Small payments: annunciator, $10.29; awning, $27; medicine cabinet, $5.05; 3 water- 
coolers, $50.81; double flat desk, $40.16; door with transom, $55; green felt, $11.50; 
25 yd. superwear floor covering, $32.50; glass, $58.31; hardware, $46.03; repairs, 

$4.90; 4 brass rods, $29.25; 11 shades, $39.02; 6 desk trays, $10.50 420 32 

Post Office Department ($2,300.38)— 

Dowsley, A. H.: 2 cabinet units, $72.50; pair ends, $9 81 50 

Edwards Co., W. C, 40 filing cases 430 00 

Carried forward 88, 049 64 

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V — 50 AUDITOR GENERAL'S RFJ'ORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc. — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 88, 049 64 

Post Office Department — Concluded. 

Federal Typewriter Co., 6 Knechtel tables 73 50 

Fournier, L. G. & Co.: 30 chairs, $20.70; 15 kitchen tables, $41.25 61 95 

Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd., 11 new awnings 74 00 

Kyle's Cabinet Works, postal screen, in Larigevin Block 225 00 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: 30 yd. cork, and binding, $49.50; 68 sq. yd. linoleum, and 

binding, $122.40; repp, $3.72; Ax. rug, $75 250 62 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 3 bases, 2 tops, 6 book case sections, $56.75; 4 card cabinets, 

$18; desk, $40, vert, section, $27; sundry, $17.85 159 60 

Otis-Fensom Elev. Co.: repairs to field coil, $7.50; dumb waiter, $95 102 50 

Ottawa Typewriter Co., tables, 4-ft., 6, $62.76, 4^-ft., 3 at $10, 5-ft., 9, $127.62 220 38 

Storey, D.: toilet cabinet, $8.78; 30 chairs, $22.50; desk, $17.55; 6 tables, $85.08 133 91 

Taylor-Forbes Co., 162 sq. ft. wall ornament, 6 brackets and buttons 63 74 

Small payments: cabinet, $3.50; chair, $16.20; clock, $3.75; 2 water-coolers, $34.30; 

desk, $25.65; electrical supplies, $15.01; glass, $69.38; hardware, $119.27; lumber, 

$57.23; repairs, $16; 5 shades, $7; 24 lock sockets, $21.16; truck, $35.23 423 68 

Printing and Stationery ($7,903.08)— 

Ackroyd, P.: 7 ft. rd. red fibre, $41.16; 50 keyless sockets, $45; 4,000 ft. d.b.r.c. wire, 

$73.32; 80 ft. standard wire, $29.80; sundry supplies, $175.26 364 54 

Band & Co., J. P.: 665 ft. black iron pipe, $273.44; sundry plumbing, $57.18 330 62 

Barrett Bros.: 64 bags cement, $38.40; 100 boards, 16 ft., $63.65; sundry, $27 129 05 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 1,000 ft. steel conduit, $117.60; 34 condulets, $34.11; 9} lb. nich- 

rome wire, $100.72; sundry, $30.65 283 08 

Blythe, C. H.: 6 doz. pkgs. awning cord, $35.28; 12 pr. spring hinges, $32.34; 62 gro. 

screws, $33.99; sundry, $75.25 176 86 

Coldrey & Chapman: elbows, 114 c.i., $11.94, 102 g.i., $14.94; nipples, 192 black, $18.96, 

96 g.i., $13.44; 174| ft. iron pipe, $34.90; 212| ft. g.i. pipe, $76.50; 2 steam radiators, 

$58.70; 24 Jenkins valves, $71.82; sundry, $84.33 385 53 

Cuzner Hardware Co., sundry hardware supplies 225 10 

Dalhousie Electric Co.: 15 moonstone ball globes, $30.87; 9 flex. port, lamps, $40.50; 

66 carbon brush plates, $215; sundry $93.75 380 12 

Davidson, Estate of Jas.: 1,500 ft. basswood, $103.60; 300 ft. birch, $17.64; 7,467 ft. 

pine, $404.38; 145 pes. pine, $112.75; sundry, $44.74 683 11 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 150 ft. hose and couplings 76 12 

Fleck, Alex.: piston ring, $5; repairing 2 duplex pumps, $114.75 119 75 

Frazer, W. F.: 2,000 ft. basswood, $81.34; 500 ft. birch $40; 500 sq. ft. floor, $37.24; 

1,503 ft. good pine, $95.74; 1,723 l.ft. dr. pine, $43.46; 2,000 ft. t. and g., $92.12; sundry 

lumber, etc., $80.88 470 78 

General Supply Co.: wire brush, 74c; 3,002 ft. black pipe, $360.11 360 85 

Higman & Sons, Geo.: 59 Its. glass, $50.46; painting and decorating, Oct. 26-Dec. 4, 

$830; sundry, $12.07 892 53 

Hill, Jas.: 2,000 ft. basswood, $102.10; 550 ft. birch, $48.25; 3,978 ft. pine, $251.43; 

sundry, $38.22 440 00 

McKinley & North wood: 4 porcelain basins for drinking fountains, $100; sundry $25.99. . 125 99 

McLennan, J. R.: 196 lb. grates, $24.97; 116 ft. g.i. pipe, $27.18; sundry, $8.67 60 82 

Mason, Geo. M.: 2,500 ft. basswood, $134.75; 4,148 ft. wh. pine, $222.15; 12 pes. sash, 

glazed, $48 404 90 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 3 four-drawer file cabinets, $118.50; cabinet with low leg base, 

$35.50; 2 bases, 2 tops, 10 units, $58.04; sundry, $14.75 226 79 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: 8 large screens, $96.53; 12 clamps, $33; sundry, $21.69 151 22 

Rankin, W. A.: 3 century coolers, $51; 24 drawer-locks, $20; 24 wardrobe locks, $29.40; 

24 door stops, $22.05; sundry, $17.46 ' 139 91 

Rideau Electric Supplies: 15 Benjamin clusters, $110.25; 60 fuses, $72.03; 144 hacksaw 

blades, $23.52; 100 key sockets, $39.20; wire, 6,000 ft. No. 14, $120.54, 1,000 ft. No. 12, 

$29.40, 500 ft. No. 10, $24.50; sundry, $266.64 686 08 

Savage & Macdonell, 900 ft. clear birch flooring 70 56 

Stewart, P., 26 Its. glass, $76.24; Strachan, W., hardware, $144.58 220 82 

Small payments: 150 ft. cable, $33.75; 95 bags cement, $53.45; office chair, $24.30; 5 
chairs, $49.96; cork carpet, $14; flat desk, $45; hardware, $152.60; linoleum, $13; 

lumber, $43.01 ; 4 mats, $23.50; 3 tables, $27.88; sundry, $17.50 497 95 

Privy Council ($1,099.20)— 

Cleghorn & Beattie, 41 yd. carpet laid 123 00 

Federa Typewriter Co.: 5 chairs, $51; desk, $34.50 85 50 

Krug Furniture Co.: mahogany chairs, 12, $147.01; 2 filters, $75.15 222 16 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chair, $22; table, $28; tree, $6 56 00 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: filing cabinet, $36.50; 2 chairs, $26.70; filter chair, $27; t.w. desk 

$34.43; board-room table, $28.35; 6 tables, $98.90; 4 hat^trees, $18; sundry, $9.30. . 279 18 

Snyder Bros.: 2 mah. chairs, #103; mahogany chesterfield, $111.50 214 50 

Small payments: book-case, $26; 3 blinds, $7.67; cabinet, $8.55; chair, $8.10; glass, 

$17.92; hardware, $15.47; desk light, $17.15; settee, $14; hat-tree, $4 118 86 

Carried forward 98,840 80 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 51 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 98, 840 80 

Public Works ($2,432.10)— 

Bertschinger, A. H.: steel conduit, f-in., 100 ft. at 14c, lj-in., 550 ft. at 28c; sundry, 

$3.14 171 14 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: i h.p., 60 eye motor, $50.96; sundry, $2.60 53 56 

Jones & Stevens: cutting, polishing and setting marble, for lavatory, $80; slate slab, 

$2.50 82 50 

McKinley & Northwood: 877 lb. iron, $51.57; 170 ft. blk. pipe, $36.65; 3 sets pipe dies, 

$23.52; sundry, $62.82 174 56 

McLennan, J. R.: 4 discs, $11.76; 103 lb. sheet lead, $20.20; sundry, $34.99 66 95 

McMorran, R., sheeting, 50 yd. at 85c, 53^ at 65c .- 77 28 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 card cabinets, $18.50; cabinet units, $37.75; chair, $9; 

guides, $10.50; moving cases, $150; table, $20 245 75 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: card cabinet, $12.04; four-dr. cabinet, $28.50; 5 cabinet sections, 

$22.72; sundry, $7.05 -. 70 31 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: 8 screens, $41.65; sundry hardware, $12.75 54 40 

Rea Co., A. E: 41 yd. cork carpet, $63.55; 2 rugs, $40, $94.50 198 05 

Stewart & Co.: tilting chair, $16.20; 2 g.o. chairs, $45.80; 2 t.w. desks, $73.50; table, 

$31.75 167 25 

Thornton & Truman: alterations to camera, $200.05; 12 nickle steel stamp racks, $8.40.. 208 45 

Small payments: awning, $5.95; gothic awning, $16; 3 bond boxes, $36; leather case, $10; 

cleaning and repairing, $54.59; clock, $8.75; coke, $8.50; desk, $26; electrical work, 

$54.15; glass, $69.96; 12 grate bars, $37.71; hardware, $252.11; 24 keys for watchman's 

clock, $21.60; lumber, $43.20; 2 mats, $12.75; plumbing, $58.81 ; 20 coal scoops, $33.71; 

8 shades, $18.24; washing soda, $16.88; 3 wash-stands, $15; tarpaulin, $14.04; wardrobe, 

$20; sundry, $27.95 861 90 

Railway Commission ($1,064.72)— 

Dowsley, A. H.: 2 side chairs, $12; 2 cab. units, $16; table, $25; 2 hat-trees, $20 73 00 

Harris & Barry: cabinet, $7; lounge, $70; mirror, $2.50 79 50 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: 14§ yd. carpet, $42.38; 4 mats, $20; Ax. rugs, $97 159 38 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 3 book-cases, $92.16; 2 cabinets, $79; 7 chairs, $122.88; couch, 
$63.90; double flat desk, $52.25; stdg. desk, $35.10; guides and folders, $40; table, 

$18.90; cab. units, $28.95; wardrobe, $29.03 562 17 

Rea Co., A. E.: 32| yd. carpet, $70; 3 rugs, $11.50 81 50 

Small payments: sectional book-case, $22.50; 12-in. fan-motor, $21.61; plate-glass, $25; 

88 Its. glass, $36.35; sundry, $3.71 109 17 

Railways and Canals ($887.65)— 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd.: Ax. rug, $110; screen, $7.50; sundry, $21.98 139 48 

Frazer, W. F.: wh. pine, 1,500 ft., $49, 1,500 ft. t. and g. sheeting, $58.80 107 80 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: 41 ft. brass binding, $6.15; 38| yd. linoleum, $67.38; velvet rug, $50 123 53 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: desk, $75; moving cases, $45; vert, section, $24; table, $28; 

hat-tree, $6 178 00 

Stanley & Co., L. E.: 74 ft. brass binding, $11. 10;- 7 yd. felt, $12.25; 54 yd. linoleum, 

$83.70 107 05 

Small payments: chair, $5.25; clock, $12; 2 desks, $64; hardware, $62.87; labour, $24.79; 

oakum, $9.80; repp., $19.50; 9 shades, $15.18; t.w. stand, $7.55; 3 rev. stools, $6.60; 

sundry, $4.25 231 79 

Registration Board ($764.35)— 

Cleghorn & Beattie, 7 shades, $64; Luke, S. A., 2 desks, $77 141 00 

Krug Furniture Co. : 2 solid mahogany chairs, $72.76; tilter, $37.20 109 96 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: carpet, $136.50; shade, $9.10 145 60 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., desk, $60; Rea Co., A. E., carpet, $137.50 197 50 

Stewart & Co.: 2 chairs, $13.50; tilter, $38.50; oak desk, $52.99; hat-tree, $6.40 Ill 39 

Book-case, $18; vert, file, $35.50; 3 desk trays, $5.40 58 90 

Royal Mint ($1,014.22)— 

Can. Sirocco Co., fan and motor, $62.40; Est. Jas, Davidson, 2,000 ft. pine, $86.24 148 64 

Hill, Jas.: 2,600 ft. good pine, $114.65; 1,251 ft. wh. pine, $49.03; cartage, $1 164 68 

Mason, Geo. M., Ltd., extension to pent-house, 3,000 ft. w. pine, $147, 1,760 ft. spruce, $69 216 00 
Plaunt Hardware Co.: 15 sheets gal v. iron, $70.25; 58 ft. door track, $10.23; sundry, 

$8.38 88 86 

Small payments: 100 ft. silk lead-covered cable, $49; electrical supplies, $41.31; glass, 
$79.34; set grates, $31.36; hardware, $97.52; 20 sheets galv. iron, $41.48; labour, 

$12.80; roofing, $43.23 , 396 04 

Royal N.W. Mounted Police ($179.70)— 

Larose, J. B.: leather chair, $45; leather couch, $55 100 00 

Small payments: 48 return bends, $14.36; 2 side chairs, $8; glass, $30.09; -rug, $6; table, 

$21.25 79 70 



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V — 52 M TUTOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-191S 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, menhirs, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 105, 183 54 

Secretary of State ($1,857.03)— 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd.: blind, $1.71; 12 yds. felt, $25.20; 52£ yds. ax. carpet, laid, $133.88 160 79 

( 'leghorn & Beattie: 11 yds. carpet, $19.25; 2 rugs, $35, $125; sundry, $8.55 187 80 

Dowsley, A. H.: bookcase with shelves, $200; 2 double bookcases, $300 500 00 

Murray-Kay, rug, $125; Strachan, \\\, roofing, $76.44, nails, $16.61 , . 218 05 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: side chair, $3.50; moving steel fittings, $360.50 364 00 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: cap section, $43; board-room table, $64.60; Macey table, $22.95 130 55 

Small payments: cleaning carpets, $36.14; clock, $8.50; electrical supplies, $13.37; glass, 
$27.97; hardware, $36.73; 2 brass plates, $42; 6 brass rods, $39.13; storage battery, 

$43.85; transformer, $31.75; sundry, $16.40 295 84 

Senate ($612.89) — 

Harris & Barry: large sofa and pillow, $106; 3 oak tables, $18 124 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chairs, 6 arm, $81, 10, $55, tilter, $16.50; desk, $75; 6 tables, 

$127.50; hat tree, $6; extra for express, $2 363 00 

Small payments: 2 water coolers, $34; glass, plate, $29.40; making and laying carpets, 

$23.50; 3 brass rods, $23.69; 6 tel. stands, $15.30 125 89 

Supreme Court ($853.66)— 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd.: 75 ft. brass binding, $11.25; 66 yds. cork carpet, $108.90; flour, $1 121 15 

Federal Typewriter Co.: 3 No. 819 t.w. desks 114 00 

Hill, Jas.: 1,000 ft. V-joint basswood, $73.50; 1,884ft. pine, $116.25; sundry, $6.01 195 76 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: chair, $23.22; desk, $47; 2 tops, 2 bases, 6 sections, $37.24; hat 

tree, $4.50; wardrobe, $29.03 140 99 

Small payments: 2 cabinets, $13.95; chairs, one rev., $29.30, 2 tilters, $18; water cooler, 
$17.50; hardware, $78.65; 75 ft. rubber hose, $27.89; desk lamp, $24.99; repp, $7.59; 

rug, $60; 2 shades, $3.89 281 76 

Trade and Commerce ($577.20)— 

Cleghorn & Beattie: rug, $45; 4 shades, $12.55 57 55 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet sections, top, base, 3 units 54 55 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: t.w. desk, $37.13; 2 tables, $14.18, $25.99 77 30 

Small payments: 2 awnings, $20; 10 blinds, $37.92; 4 desks, $153.52; glass, $62.65; hard- 
ware, $31.41; 13 tables, $74.35; hat tree, $4.50; sundry, $3.45 387 80 

Trade and Commerce, 265-275 Wellington St. ($9,118.61)— 

Barrett Bros.: cement, 438 bags at 60c; 270 bags, $27; 4| ton lime, $94.50; paristone, 

15 tons, $202.50, 100 bags, $67.50; 13 brl. plaster of paris, $33.80; sundry, $21.50 709 60 

Blyth, J. T.: plumbing material, no details, $499; installing heating system, $2,545; 595 

sq. ft. radiators, $226.70; 6 boiler sections, $33.10; sundry, $56.39 3,360 19 

Coldrey & Chapman: 1,010 lb. sheet lead, $153.37; 102 lb. waste, $20; sundry, $34.54 207 91 

Davidson, Jas., Estate: frames, sashes, doors and stair material, as tendered, $855; 
architrave, $40.35; 9 pr. doors, $44.50; 2,016 ft. dr. lumber, $115.33; 1,500 ft. pine, 

$80.38; sundry, $144.67 1,280 23 

Duford, Ltd.: 300 lb. lead, $48.07; 15 gal. oil, $23.52; sundry paint, etc., $26.88 98 47 

Higman& Sons, Geo.: 300 lb. wh. lead, $49.50; 10 gal. boiled oil, $16.80; sundry, $32.95. . . 99 25 

Marchand & Donnelly: 2 brackets, $42; 878 ft. steel conduit, $187.22; 73 chain pendants, 

$171; 1,200 ft. duplex wire, $36.50; 1,215 ft. stranded wire, $157.15; sundry, $128.49. ... 722 36 

Mason, Geo. M.: 20,000 ft. birch flooring, $820; 389 ft. wh. pine, $30.50 850 50 

Ottawa Brick Mfg. Co.: 300 fire brick, $30; 6,600 ven. brick, $99 129 00 

Rankin, W. A.: 6 bundles wire lath, $29.16; 14 locks, $14.35; sundry, $21.15 64 66 

Rideau Canal Supply Co., sand, 35 loads at $2.25, 25 at $2.50 141 25 

Ritchie & Nunn: 222 Its. glass, $98.38; 100 lb. wh. lead, $17.64; sundry, $16.55 132 57 

Savage & Macdonell: pine, 2,000 ft. dr., $98, 2,980 ft. red, $168.29; 6,000 ft. rgh. spruce, 

$246.96 513 25 

Silicate Brick Co., 9,500 white brick 114 00 

Stewart, P.: 44 Its. glass, $77.58; 15 gal. boiled oil, $25.50; sundry, $8.35 Ill 43 

Storr, J.: 31 Its. glass, $53.90; sundry, $10.24 64 14 

Strachan, W.: nails, $54.31; sundry, $47.35 101 66 

Wright & Co.: cement, 200 bags at 60c 120 00 

Small payments: 200 ft. conduit, $23.52; 21 rolls roof felt, $31.79; hardware, $55.88; 4 one- 
light pendants, $18.62; 109 ft. c.i. pipe, $23.88; 1,197 lb. pitch, $11.97; plumbing, 

$50.71; 4 sqs. galv. siding, $31.08; smoke stack, $33.05; water-syphon, $17.64 298 14 

War Trade Board ($1,234.11) — 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: chairs, 4 Krug, $33.40, 21 tilters, $248.42, 6 t. w., $50.10; 19 flat 
desks, $541.05; standing desk, $25.65; stools, $6.08; 10 oak tables, $135.05; 2 t. w. 

stands, $17.34; 12 hat trees, $54 1,111 09 

Small payments: 3 clocks, $25.50; 6 cuspidors, $6; 2 desks, $83.50; hardware, $4.02; table, 

$4 123 02 

Bryson Block, tap for water-cooler 1 96 

Canada Life Building, cleaning offices, Dec. 15-30 3 50 

Canadian Building ($449.02)— 

Mason, Geo. M.: 50 lin. ft. single desk, only, $62.50; 200 lin. ft. single desk with pigeon 

holes, $328 .' 390 50 

Small payments: 22 fuses, $14.01; hardware, etc., $44.51 58 52 

Carried forward 119,891 52 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 53 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward .. 1 19, 891 52 

East Block ($1,104.12) — 

Barrett Bros.: cement, 160 bags at 60c, 29 bags, $21.24; sundry, $47.65 164 89 

Campbell Steel & Iron Works, making and installing gate 475 00 

Davidson, Jas. Est., 2 gothic frames, pr. sash and two transom sash 126 00 

Dowsley, A. H., window for room 47 113 00 

Small payments: 325 lb. alabastine, $19.11; 310 sq. ft. floor finish, $31; man-hole frame 
and cover, $12.25; glass, $30.18; 297 ft. hair felt, $35.64; hardware, $64.36; 47 ft. leather 

belting, $23.69; sand, $9 225 23 

Eclipse Building, sundry hardware 9 60 

Elgin Block ($199.51)— 

Cleghorn & Beattie, 25 shades, $64.59; Ritchie & Nunn, partition, $60.51 125 10 

Small payments: hardware, $14.10; 700 ft. pine, $35; sundry lumber, $25.31 74 41 

Hawkesbury Building ($192.12)— 

Barrett Bros., 2,500 fire brick 175 00 

Repairs, $1.25; 5 sqs. ready roofing, $11; sundry, $4.87 17 12 

Imperial Building: asbestos, $8.19; 2 gaskets, $1.84 10 03 

Langevin Block ($723.03)— 

Fleck, Alex.: 7 boiler tubes, $56; putting tubes in boiler, $35.10. 91 10 

McLennan, J. R.: 100-gal. range boiler, $66.64; h. w. heater, $31.36; ventilating system 

and heating, $402; sundry, $34.79 534 79 

Small payments: gaskets, $13.91; glass, $65.55; hardware, $11.18; moving case, $6.50 97 14 

Lowe-Martin Building: 2 doors, $6.90; 48 pieces lumber, $28.16; sundry, $6.50 41 56 

Major Building ($337.39)— 

Davidson, Jas., Estate, pine, 200 ft., d. 2 s., $9, 2,000 ft. flooring, $110, 2,000 ft. V-joint, $64. 183 00 

General Supply Co., 277 lb. rd. iron 15 54 

Savage & Macdonell: 2,195 ft. hemlock, $96.80; 424 ft. oak, $41.55; cartage, 50c 138 85 

Norlite Building ($1,543.15; — 

Can. Consolidated Rubber Co. , 4 rubber mats * 60 80 

Doran & Devlin: extra partitions, $783.27; extra work due to changes, requested by Public 

Works, $289.22 1,072 49 

Rea Co., A. E., 85 shades 157 25 

Small payments: 76 bags cement, $45.60; 2 doors, $10.78; glass, $37.37; hardware, $16.28; 
9 night latches, $28.66; 14 Yale latches, $51.30; moulding, $30; 3 shades, $6.75; sundry, 

$25.87 252 61 

Plaza Building ($1,354.87)— 

Barrett Bros.: 1,320 gypsum blocks, $204; lime, $6.30; 25 bags paristone, $17.58 227 88 

McKinley & Northwood: fitting up 3 lavatories on top floor, $175; nails, $7.70 182 70 

Mason, Geo. M.: 500 ft. base, $89.83; 8 doors, $113.68; 38 setts door trim, 70 lens., $84; 
6 jambs, $23.52; 6 jambs and 6 fan lights, $58.80; 5 borrowed lights, $17.88; 14 setts 

trim for borrowed lights, $40.25; sundry, $3.49 • 431 45 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: 44 bags cement, $28.05; lime, $10.50; 3 ton beaver plaster, 

$40.50; plaster of paris, $7.80 86 85 

Rea Co., A. E.: mat, $5.50; 6 rugs, $14, $25, $50, $55, $60, $78 287 50 

Small payments: hardware, $5.15; lumber, $79.34; sand, $9; 26 shades, $45 138 49 

Regal Building, shaker bar , 1 75 

Robinson Building, repairs to motor 12 10 

Union Bank Building, hardware 6 45 

West Block ($1,281.11)— 

Dowsley, A. H.: 7 windows, $793; window for room 213, $170 ; 963 00 

Fleck, Alex., removing old' tube and placing three new tubes in boiler 109 45 

Small payments: cement, $7; glass, $10.11; hardware, $55.30; perf. mat, $42.91; packing, 

$13.78; plumbing, $16.75; 2 brass piston rods, $35.28; vise, $16.80; sundry, $10.73. . . . . 208 66 

Woods Building ($1,939.92)— 

Barrett Bros.: 5,610 gypsum blocks, $1,122.09; 63 bags cement, $44.10; 70 bags lime, 

$36.76; 11 ton paristone, $148.51 ; plaster of paris, $10.40 1 , 361 86 

Mason, Geo. M.: 3 doors, $29.40; 6 frames, $45.27; 560 1. ft. two member architrave, 
$55.28; 4 setts partition, $125.94; glass partition, $47.54; 2 whitewood partitions, 

$107.80; white pine, $50.26; 12 days fitting doors, etc., $54; sundry, $61 576 49 

Plaunt Hardware Co., nails , . . . . 1 57 

Workshop and Store ($1,911.49)— 

Blythe, C. H.: 29 kegs nails, $163.10; screws, $24.92; sundry, $21.65 209 67 

General Supply Co.: 21 ft. leather belt,, $33.52; 25 s.s . drills, $21.12; wagon truck, $27.69; 

sundry, $34.50 116 83 

Gilmour & Co., D. G.: 221 pes. dry lumber, 2,020 ft 79 20 

Grant-Holden-Graham: cover for grinder, $3.50; 8 tarpaulins, $229.60 233 10 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: jointer guard, band saw guard, double shaper guard, 3 guards for 
rip saw, automatic knife grinder, machinery, etc., $527.80; 3 belts, $57.29; freight, 

$11.93; sundry hardware, $58.94 * 655 96 

Singer Sewing Machine Co.: machine for upholsterer, $59; supplies, $1.25 60 25 

Star Hardware Co.: 14 kegs nails, $81.69; screws, $17.88; sundry, $5.08 104 65 

Carried forward 130, 107 89 



V— 54 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, mcubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 
Brought forward 130, 107 89 

Workshop and Store — Concluded. 

Small payments: 10 gal. alcohol, $15; 265 lb. grate bars, S31.16; 21 ft. belting, $19.74; 
50 rolls autographic charts, $25; 350 time charts, $52.50; 17 boxes dials, $45.02; 2 setts 
mach. dies, $21.60; hardware, $137.72; 6 kegs nails, $33.98; screws, $17.80; steam 

trap, $27.20; sundry, $25.11 451 83 

Experimental Farm: cabinet sections, $50.63; hardware, $1.24 51 87 

City Post Office ($785.45)— 

Bry son-Graham, Ltd.: 21 ft. binding, $3.15; 43 yd. cork carpet, $68.06 71 21 

Carson, W. J.: 48 Its. d. d. glass, $70.83; plate glass, $13.47 84 30 

Frazer, W. F.: 1,000 ft. basswood, $34.30; 1,930 ft. w. pine, $111.37 145 67 

North American Equipment Co., desk, 60 x 36 72 00 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., changing and rewinding armature 151 18 

Pritchaid- Andrews: 5 grills, $45; 160 label holders, $11.20; 4 brass plates, $48 104 20 

Small payments: 2 shaker bars, $15.80; 3 chairs, $22.50; hardware, $53.34; door lock, 
$11.90; 500 ft. pine, $22.30; 2 eng'd. plates, $8; repairs, $10; rubber, $7; sundry, 

$6.05 156 89 

Elevators ($1,250.53)— 

General Supply Co.: 320 ft. steel cable, $58.43; 72 contact carbons, $14.11; wire, 9c 72 63 

Otis-Fensom Elev. Co.: hand power elevator for Interior Dept., $348; increasing speed 
of freight elevator at Museum, $331; repairs to armatures at Museum, $70.38; repairs 
to armature at Ordnance Store, $51.60; collapsible gate for workshop, $50; sundry, 

$119.55 970 53 

Worden, A. R., installing 27 electric signals in departmental blocks 135 00 

Small payments: 48 carbons, $27.36; 14 oil cans, $9.74; sundry supplies, $35.27 72 37 

Fire Protection ($3,945.91)— 

Brennan Co., H. C: 57 protector extinguishers, $726.75; 6 pyrene extinguishers, $54; 

10 gal. pyrene liquid, $48 828 75 

Builders' Sales Ltd.: 450 ft. canvas hose, $163.35; 900 ft. cotton rubber lined hose, $360; 
700 ft. underwriters' linen hose, $257.25; 300 ft. wire-wound rubber hose, $102; coup- 
lings, racks, etc., $54.90 937 50 

Graham, Weldon J.: 2,240 lb. soda bicarb., $84; sulphuric acid, $33.66; sundry, $16.15. . 133 81 

Ontario May-Oatway Fire Alarms: 26 extinguishers, $357.75; 3 pyrene extinguishers, $27; 
extension of alarm system in Langevin Block, $4,288, less $2,700 paid previously; 

sundry, $20.50 1,993 25 

Flannelette, $4.50; hardware, $4.90; 1,200 lb. soda bicarb., $43.20 .' 52 60 

Grounds ($2,571.28)— 

Barrett Bros.: 348 bags cement at 60c; junction, $4.10; lime, $7.84 220 74 

Dupuis & fils: 800 1. ft. rustic cedar, $56; 165 bags cement, $91.82; cartage, $12 159 82 

Dupuy & Ferguson, bulbs, plants and seeds for park and grounds 339 21 

Frazer, W. F.: 50 ft. cedar, $4.41; 604 sq. ft. lumber, $88.80; 607 ft. pine, $59.49 152 70 

Graham Bros.: flowers and seeds, $153.23; grass and clover seed, $63.50; moss, $10; 

nikoteen, $26.25; sundry, $30.25 283 23 

Hill, Jas.: 1,000 ft. dr. wh. pine, $58.80; cartage, 25c 59 05 

McLennan, J. R., base for Buffalo boiler and grate bar, 816 lb 95 96 

Martin, J. S.: 1,200 lb. bran, $24.40; 13,856 lb. hay, $126.80; 60 lb. linseed meal, $5.10; 

144 bush, oats, $128.40; 1,200 lb. provender, $33 317 70 

Steele Briggs Seed Co., 700 lb. bromus inermis 105 00 

Storr, J., 23 doz. Its. d. d. glass, 14 to 24 x 24 163 45 

Strachan, W.: sett brushes for sweeper, $33.32; 2 front wheels with sprocket, $38.22; 

sundry, $24.26 95 80 

Taylor-Forbes Co.: mower, $7.26; 6 Adanac mowers, $105; sundry, $9.72 121 98 

Small payments: cartage, $12; 100 gal. gasoline, $32.32; glass, $29.26; hardware, $143.20; 
15 sheets gal v. iron, $32.64; manure, $38.50; parts for lawn-mower, $51.29; pots, $14; 

sand, $31.20; shovels, $13.48; 6 loads soil, $30; sundry, $28.75 456 64 

Motorcar ($161.50) — 

Small payments: 2 covers, $39.20; 132 gal. gasoline, $43.93; oil, etc., $12.59; repairs, 

$65.78 161 50 

Rewiring: 60 lead anchors, $16.50; 25 condulets, $12; sundry, $54.26 82 76 

Roads and Bridges ($629.32)— 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works, cast iron lamp-standard 390 00 

Imperial Oil Co.: 10,236 lb. paving asphalt, $117.71; freight, $25.03 142 74 

Small payments: 2 doz. street brooms, $33; hardware, $14.08; salt, $12; coal tar, $37.50 96 58 

Wellington Street Property ($14,809.86)— 

Band & Co., J. P.: 4 thirty-gallon range boilers, $57.29; 20 lb. solder, $10; sundry, $9.82 77 11 

Barrett Bros.: 44 bags cement, $26.40; lime, $21.85; 7 tons paristone, $94.50; 32 pes. 

pine, $31.20; 5 M shingles, $25; sundry, $13.40 '. ... 212 35 

Capital Brewing Co., repairs to building 2,427 55 

Carson, W. J.: glass, $67.77; glazing, $51.04; wall paper, $7.16 125 97 

Coldrey & Chapman: 5 long bends, $17.84; 4 trap vents, $19.60; sundry plumbing, $66.04 103 48 

Corporation of City of Ottawa, taxes, 1917 8, 400 24 

Carried forward , 151 , 385 04 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 55 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 151, 385 04 

Wellington Street Property— Concluded. 

Davidson, Jas., Estate: pine, 2,000 ft., 1 x 8 r., $78.40, 3,003 ft., $156.56, 1,000 ft., 2x4, 
$39.20, 500 ft. V-joint, $22,54; 34 pes. pine, $18.59; 1,500 ft. red pine, $51.45; 1,000 ft. 

spruce, $41.16; 450 lens, \ x 2 rd., $52.92; sundry, $100.93 561 75 

Duford, Ltd.: 3 pes. plate glass, $206.50; cutting and resetting 2 pes., $8.70; less allowance 

for salvage, $140.20 75 00 

Dupuis et fils: 200 bags cement at 60c. (bags returned) 120 00 

Flfeck, Alex., Ltd.: 22 castings, grate bars, $58.15; installing grate bars, $79.20; sundry, 

$10.89 148 24 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 18 connectors, $15.66; 3,500 ft. wire, $51.21; sundry, $12.15... . 79 02 

Higman & Sons, Geo.: glass, $32.29; 50 lb. lead, $10.29; sundry, $33.29 75 87 

Hill, Jas.: 1,627 ft. pine, $83.55, 200 1. ft., $9.82; 4 storm sash, $11.75; sundry, 50c 10562 

King, Warden: 1. b. Daisy boiler, $224.91 ; sett grates, $4.66 229 57 

McFarlane-Douglas, Ltd.: 1,294 lb. pitch, $14.24; 22 rolls roofing, $45.34 59 58 

McKinley & Northwood: dome for "New Idea", $41.16; putting in furnace at No. 251 , 

Wellington, $90.45; sundry, $77.70 209 31 

Rankin, W. A.: heater, $14.75; 9 floor hinges, $24.75; 7 latches, $27.75; 14 mort. lock- 
sets, $33.83; sundry, $90.34 191 42 

Savage & Macdonell: 395 lb. flux, $11.62; 3,150 lb. mastic, $54.02; 1,000 ft. t. and g. pine, 

$37.24, 1,600 ft., 8 x 8, $54.88; 7,400 ft. shelving, $398.86; cartage, $3.92 560 54 

Star Hardware Co.: 17 rolls roofing felt, $56.65; 3 shovels, 74c 57 39 

Stewart, P.: glass, $56.88; wall paper, $11.49; sundry, $3.84 72 21 

Storr, J.: painting and kalsomining at 279 Wellington, $198; paint, $14.25; wall paper, 

$35.98; sundry, $13.80 262 03 

Strachan, W.: 1,280 ft. corner bend, $50.18; galv. iron, $12.13; 10 kegs nails, $55.80; 21 

sqs. roofing, $60.27; 100 lb. staples, $13.72; sundry, $103.58 295 68 

Small payments: 9 rolls felt, $15.01; glass, $14.30; hardware, $56.90; 15 sheets galv. 
iron, $40.69; labour, $34.60; lumber, $37.88; nails, $33.47; plumbing, $43.58; roofing, 

$17.89; sand, $22.50; 4 sills, $20.52; stone, $14.44; sundry, $8.15 359 93 

Stock ($63,927.50)— 

Ackroyd, P.: 24 annunciators, $106.72; 25 wood box bells, $37.50; 400 midget buttons, 
$118.80; 800 pr. cleats, $23.52; 10 four-light clusters, $92.60; 500 ft. conduit, $60; 63 
condulets, $40.49; "400 elbows, $60.76; 174 cart, fuses, $82.91; 1,000 ft. metal moulding, 
$98; 9 equipoise phone-arms, $63.21; 74 cleat receptacles, $26.08; 46 holophane shades, 
$29.30; 86 sockets, $35.10; 271 lock sockets, $217.78; 72 plug sockets, $76.88; 161 

switches, $96.10; 3,000 ft. tel. wire, $64.68; sundry, $305.25 1,635 68 

Ahearn & Soper: 24 annunciators, $127.80; 100 wood box bells, $109.20; 100 batteries, 
$33.78; 100 iron box buzzers, $57.20; 4,197 ft. silk bell cord, $235.06; twelve-inch fan 
motors, 80 osc., $1,546.05, 12 rigid, $215.21; wire, 229£ lb. annunciator, $110.15, 10,000 

ft.r . c., $131.40, 10,000 ft. tel., $112.90; sundry, $38.49 2,717 24 

Ball Furniture Co.: side chairs, 100 at $3.50, 100 at $3.60; tilters, oak, 43 at $9 1,097 00 

Band & Co., J. P.: 72 n. p. basin cocks, $169.34; elbows, $164.04; nipples, $147.28; 36 1b. 
Daniel's packing, $108.03; 1,890 ft. black pipe, $259.91; 20 lens, soil pipe, $53.90; dart 

unions, $129.01; valves, 84 gate, $277.20, 12 globe, $39.40; sundry, $488.42 1,836 53 

Barrett Bros.: 1,111 bags cement, $666.60; 100 bags fire clay, $74.20; 3| tons paristone, 

$47.75; sundry, $14.35 802 90 

Bell Furniture Co.: side chairs, 36 at $3, 30 at $3.40; tilters, 47 at $9, 10 at $9.50; express, 

$8.87 736 87 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 20 annunciators, $103.30; 66 dry batteries, $25.86; 1,000 anchor 
belts, $39.20; 3,000 ft. n. c. cord, $88.20; 4,378 ft. silk cord, $183.50; 132 cart, fuses, 
$39.50; 325 shade holders, $29.40; 350 fuse plugs, $21.56; 100 lb. annunciator wire, 
$58.80; 203 lb. bell wire, $119.36; 1,500 ft. "C" wire, $29.40; 1,000 ft. duplex wire, $35; 

5,060 ft. r. c. wire, $133.15; sundry supplies, $182.45 1,088 68 

Birkett & Son Co., Thos.: 100 doz. h. and c. hooks, $108.90; 1,819 lb. galv. iron, $235.11; 
locks, 72 drawer, $36, 108 sash, $41.40, 96 wardrobe, $81.60; 2 doz. push plates, $28; 
2 doz. door pulls, $72.50; 50 doz. drawer pulls, $47.50; solder, 100 lb., $29; sundry, 

$41.80 721 81 

Blythe, C. H.: glass, $140.49; 12 doz. locks, $141; sundry, $73.55 355 04 

Boeckh Bros., brushes, 12 ajax oval, $13.94, 24 blk. diamond, $108.04, 12 steel grip rubber- 
set, $20.40 142 38 

Brennan Co., H. C, 1,950 lb. white lead at 16|c 321 75 

Bristow, M. G.: 14 chairs, $126; 2 desks, $65; 12 tables, $168 359 00 

British-American Oil Co.: 95 gal. gasolene, $31.36; 95 gal. lampolene, $17.58; 48 gal. floor 

oil, $21.60; 212 gal. cyl. oil, $133.60; sundry, $15.35 219 49 

Bry son-Graham, Ltd.:48 mirrors, $189.60; sundry, $75.75 265 35 

Builders' Sales Co.: 8 barrows, $62.40; 12 door closers, $63; 25 rolls roofing, $42.19; sundry, 

$25.22. 192 81 

Caldwell, J. C, second-hand furniture, 65 p.c. of cost price 349 76 

Canada Furniture Mfgrs., 50 golden oak chairs 160 00 

Canadian General Electric Co.: 12 in. fan motors, 60 eye. osc., 135, $3,082.59; 3 oz. nich- 

rome wire, $2 .40 3,084 99 

Can. Germicide Co.: 110 gal. liquid soap, $203.50; 48 soap urns, $105.60 309 10 

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V — 56 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, men Ides, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 171, 244 58 

Stock — Continued. 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co.: 24 g.o. seats, $84; 12 sanitor seats, $54; sundry, $36 174 00 

Carson, W. J.: glass, $94.22; paint, $34.19 128 41 

Cleghorn & Beattie: 320 yd. green repp., $528.42; 50 doz. curtain rings, $27.50; sundry, 

$4.80 560 72 

Coldrey & Chapman: elbows, $68.86; 281 lb. pig lead, $42.15; 75 lb. packing, $73.50; 

566 ft. galv. pipe, $50.94; 6 traps, $49.98; sundry, $88.49 373 92 

Coombe Furniture Co.: 12 arm chairs, $172 .80; 100 chairs, pol. g.o., $360 532 80 

Currier & Co.: 6 cabinets, $39.72; 12 chairs, $97.80; 12 costumiers, $53.40; 36 stools, $214.08; 

5 seats, 90c; 33 tables, $312.69 718 59 

Cuzner Hardware Co.: 12 doz. mortise lock setts, $152.64; screws, $44.52; sundry, $82.49 279 65 

Dalhousie Electric Co.: 24 annunciators, $244.30; 100 canopy bases, $36.75; 12 dry bat- 
teries, $24.70; buttons, $43.61; 48 iron buzzers, $23.52; 6 three-light clusters, $45.57; 
2,875 ft. silk cord, $211.69; 5,000 ft. wire cord, $135; 12 alba globes, $32.40; 65 goose- 
neck lamps, $200.90; 4 phone arms, $29.70; 54 lb. bell wire, $34.40; 6,000 ft. tel. wire, 

$105.84; sundry, $191.73 1,360 11 

Davidson, Jas. Estate: 2,000 ft. V-joint basswood, $98; 1,000 ft. birch flooring, $73.50; 
pine, 2,700 ft. dry, $192.08; 2,000 ft. rough, $78.40, 500 ft. V-joint, $22.54; 1,500 1. ft. 
lumber, $57.38, 125 pieces, 2x4x16, $58.67; 2,880 sq. ft. wall-board, $100.80; sundry, 

$175.29 856 66 

Davidson & Crooks: 24 brass castings, $3.60; 2,094 lb. grate bars, $94.23 97 83 

Dawson & Co., 40 goose-neck lamps, complete 126 00 

Dick, Geo. W 308 pieces siding, 3, 049 ft. . . . 176 84 

Dominion Linens, Ltd.: 17 doz. towels, $48.68; 12 roller towels, $7 55 68 

Dowsley, A. H., 10 sectional bookcases 500 00 

Duford, Ltd., 7,200 lb. white muresco, 23 brl 391 40 

Eclipse Plating Co.: 2,000 star anchors, $70.56; 24 annunicators, $197.56; 50 box bells, 
$76.57; 100 dry cells, $39.20; 1,000 ft. steel conduit, $114.90; 65 moonstone fixtures, 
$1,003.28; 220 cart, fuses, $45.94; 50 goose-neck lamps, $158.13; 6 phone arms, $41 .16; 
switches, $56.45; 40 lb. friction tape, $27.44; 5,000 ft. r.c. wire, $78.20; sundry, $58.13 1,967 52 
Electrical Equipment Co.: 800 anchors, $26.67; 1,500 ft. steel conduit, $145.35; 87 con- 
ducts, $40.08; 250 cleat rosettes, $38.75; 299-6 lb. annunciator wire, $182.92; 20,000 

ft. r.c. wire, $255.58; 5,590 ft. tel. wire, $76.70; sundry, $101.33 867 38 

Federal Typewriter Co., 50 desks at $26.50 1,325 00 

Frazer, W. F.: 2,984 ft. basswood, $134.52; 3,609 ft. t. and g. pine, $212.21, 1,005 ft. dressed, 

$62.05; 4,500 ft. t. and g. sheeting, $264.60 673 38 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 24 moonstone balls, $52.43; 200 midget buttons, $58.80; 1,984 
ft. silk cable, $235.04; 1,000 ft. r.c. stranded cable, $111; 2,200 ft. conduit, $111.22; 
5,000 ft. fixture cord, $139.65; 12 fuse cutouts, $66; 167 desk lamps, $671.82; 1,000 ft. 
moulding, $83; 100 alum, shades, $72; switches, $61.84; 25,500 ft. r.c. wire, $452.29; 

850 ft. stranded wire, $154.85; sundry, $172.90 2,442 84 

General Supply Co.: 1,960 ft. blk. pipe, $223.87; 304 ft. galv. pipe, $75.20; tees, $42.38; 

valves, $63.37; 445 lb. wh. waste, $103.23; sundry, $164.95 673 00 

Gilmour & Co., D. G.: white pine, 13,339 ft., $1,017.01; 2,408 ft. white pine shelving, 

$136.90; 4,008 ft. stair stock, $345.62; sundry, $13.73 1,513 26 

Gray-Harvey Co.: 100 Lepage door checks, $651.93; 300 h. and c. hooks, $36.25; 517 lb. 
iron, $30.54; 16 sheets galv. iron, $54.33; 5 gross Belleville keys, $90.90; 90 Belleville 
night latches, $196; 120 drawer locks, $78.40; 36 snow shovels, $34.18; 106 lb. solder, 

$53.53; 56 springs for door checks, $69; sundry, $48.30 1,343 36 

Green, G. T.: U\ gal. oil, $69.92; 43| gal. turpentine, $31 .89 101 81 

Harris & Barry: hair, $23; 12 stools, $71 .40; twine, 50c 94 90 

High Grade Oil Co.: 88§ gal. cyl. oil, $42.56; 41 gal. dynamo oil, $14.35; 10 gal. liquid 

soap, $10 66 91 

Higman & Sons, Geo.: 6 kalso. brushes, $47.04; 244 lb. green in oil, $59.78; 150 lb. ochre 

in oil, $27.20; 900 lb. putty, $58.80; 24 gal. varnish, $59.78; sundry paint, $133.65. ... 386 25 

Hill, Jas.: 18,793 ft. pine, $863.45; 2,000 ft. spruce, $78.40; sundry, $8.10 949 95 

Howe, Wm., 24 gross assorted key blanks 199 60 

Jefferson Glass Co.: dominionlites, $105.21; packing, $3 108 21 

Krug Furniture Co., 200 dull golden oak tilters 2,091 95 

Luke, S. A.: chairs, 18 office, $189, 100 tilters, $925; 6 t.w. desks, $249; 24 tables, $357. ... 1,720 00 

McAuliffe-Davis Co., pine, 2,000 ft. dr., $96, 1,010 ft. d4s, $70.70 166 70 

McKinley & Northwood: 72 galv. w.p. cans, $428.40; 73 lb. rubber cotton, $34.22; elbows, 
$66.66; 439 lb. sheet lead, $94.65; 116 lb. lead waste, $21.60; nipples, $62.21; pipe, 
1,642 ft. black, $279.49, 2,818 ft. galv., $380.75, 50 ft. lead, $15.08; 104 lb. solder, 

$47.88; 36 Jenkins valves, $129.36; sundry, $167.42 1,727 72 

McLennan, J. R.: elbows, $30; nipples, $30.36; 76 lb. solder, $33.18; sundry, $200.77 294 31 

McMorran, R. M.: 99 yd. cheese cloth, $7.92; 42 yd. cotton, $4.62; 236 yd. sheeting, 

$138.45; sundry, $24 .75 175 74 

Mason, Geo. M., Ltd.: 3,000 ft. basswood, $142.10; 1,720 ft. beaver board, $71.63; 2,500 
ft. birch, $162.50; 2,100 ft. cypress, $133.78; 3,002 ft. qr. cut oak, $375.25; 1,016 ft. 
red oak, $94.49; 13,959 ft. pine, $856.88; 12 pieces yellow pine, $9.53 1,846 16 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 57 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc.— Suite. 

Brought forward 198,313 14 

Stock — Concluded. 

Matthews Bros.: 822 ft. pol. golden oak, $55.44; packing, $1 

May & Sons, Geo.: leather, $66.47; bale moss, $18.81; sundry, $21.60 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: 37f yd. cloth, $85.63; 176f yd. repp., $415.32; packing, $1.50. . . . 
Neate Lumber Co:, M. C: 44 boxes, as agreed, $137.76; lumber, 3,015 ft. ash, $177.89, 

1,250 ft. birch, $75, 3,050 ft, red oak, $210.45 

Office Equipment Co.: 48 t.w. chairs, $325.20; t.w. desks, 41 at $28.50, 22 at $32.50, 15, 

$585.50; 13 double pedestal t.w. desks, $474. . 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 6 style H trucks 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: 37 sheets asbestos millboard, $83.40; sundry, $39.75 

Ottawa Paint Works, 1 , 000 lb. pure white lead 

Perfection Cooler Co., 50 coolers and bottles 

Plaunt Hardware Co.: 28 sheets beaver board, $38.48; 6 Lepage checks, $45; 27 screen 

frames, $139; 600 h. and c. hooks, $66.15; 48 sheets galv. iron, $96.50; 11 brass door 

sets, $35.04; sundry, $164.79 584 96 

Rankin, W. A.: 12 butts, $54; 36 w.p. cans, $187.80; 70 Lepage door checks, $464.20; 26 

hinges, $34.46; 60 door stops, $75; parts for door checks, $90.73; sundry, $98.37 1,004 56 

Rideau Electric Supplies: 11 annunciators, $34.78; buttons, $37.25; 172 dry cells, $63.90; 

10,000 ft. n.c. cord, $269.50; 4,655 ft. silk cord, $264.26; 2,400 ft. metal moulding, 

$235.20; 50 lb. bell wire, $28.42; 3,000 ft. tel. wire, $52.92; sundry, $221.67 1,207 90 

Ritchie & Nunn: glass, $56.15; 336 lb. glue, $110.88; 24 gal. hard oil finish, $47.04; 89 

gal. linseed oil, $137.91; 40| gal. orange shellac, $123.20; 88 gal. turpentine, $69.09; 

varnish, $48; sundry paint, etc., $72 .05 664 32 

Sanderson, J. D.: 28 rolls roof felt, $51.80; 1,640 lb. roofing pitch, $17.21; sundry, $16.88. . 85 89 

Savage & Macdonell: 1,512 ft. red oak, $166.32; 8,003 ft. white pine, $364.96; 2,000 ft. 

r. plank, $88; 3,006 ft, shelving, $135.27 754 55 

Star Hardware Co.: 600 h. and c. hooks, $76.45; 6 kegs nails, $34.55; 12 doz. pts. metal 

polish, $35.28; sundry, $29.85 176 13 

Stewart, P.: 102 lights glass, $64.19; lamp black, $35.28; 3,150 lb. muresco, $144.05; 48 

gal. boiled oil, $75.10; shellac, 39-2 gal. orange, $144.15, 42-5 gal. white, $166.60; 

44 gal. turpentine, $34.63; sundry paint, etc., $108.86 772 86 

Stewart & Co.: chairs, 100 side, $354, 24 t.w., $178.80; 12 t.w. desks, $393; bale hair, $25; 

sundry, $5.80 956 60 

Storey, D.: chairs, one, $2.90, 48 t.w., $356.64; desks, 123 fiat, $3,449, 12 t.w., $392.52; 

84 stools, $502 .20; 48 tables, $623 .76 5, 327 02 

Storr, J.: 20 lb. aluminium, $49; 38 lights glass, $63.10; 350 lb. muresco, $56.60; 43 gal. 

b. oil, $64.65; 39^ gal. orange shellac, $162.60; 43 gal. turpentine, $33.60; sundry, 

$25.55 : 455 10 

Strachan, W.: 300 h. and c. hooks, $37.50; 5 gross keys, $53.66; 24 Belleville latches, 

$60; 900 sq. ft. iron lath, $321 .76; sundry, $149.04 621 96 

Sunlight Oil Co.: 40 gal. gasolene, $13.68; 98 gal. cyl. oil, $83.30; dynamo oil, 91 gal., 

$43.68; 47 gal. engine oil, $17.86 158 52 

Thornton & Truman, 12 doz. key blanks 96 90 

Wayne Oil Tank Co., tank for oil room 61 00 

West Disinfecting Co., 685 gal. euchrelyptum _, 1,444 75 

Wilson & Co., W. C: 142 gal. oil, $97.10; 2 barrels, $4 101 10 

Small payments: 100 lb. batting, $28; 48 brooms, $42; 25 box buzzers, $19.60; gasolene, 

$37.90; hardware, $88.91; 72 prisms, $41.76; 300 roof slates, $40.11; soap, $23; stone, 

$61 .49; sundry, $57.95 440 72 

Generally ($12,796.67)— 

Byles, H. L., messenger, $603; Cockburn, R. E., repairing clocks, $162.36 765 36 

Can. Germicide Co., 4 drums eucothymo 239 75 

Coldrey & Chapman: boiler, $112.70; sundry, $7.35 (department not specified). 120 05 

Corporation of City of Ottawa: spreading oil on MacKenzie ave. and St. Patrick street, 

$110; taxes on Sussex property, $689.53; thawing pipe, $3 802 53 

Edmonson & Petch, repairing, sewing, etc., $173.57; Tissot, A., sweeping chimneys, 

$184.50 358 07 

Grant-Holden-Graham: 162 awning re-covers, $1,150.51; taking down, storing and putting 

up 2,045 awnings, $1,649.30; less $7.50 for broken glass 2,792 31 

Neilson, T. H., painting flag poles 135 00 

Ottawa Artificial Ice Co.: ice supplied, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918, $2,685.23; Sunday drivers, 

$139 2,824 23 

Rubenstein Bros.: 24 box fronts, $119.40; 5 brass grills, $53; sundry, $12.05 . 184 45 

Two Macs, 51 uniforms for elevator attendants 1 , 533 75 

Cartage: J. Plunkett, $449.05; J. Wigmore, $662.91; sundry, $180.49 1,292 45 

Freight and express: C.P.R., $73.41; G.T.R., $132.40; sundry, $14.10 219 91 

Car tickets, $60; water cooler, $17.50; desk, $43.55; duty, $47.28; hardware, $56.04; 

repairs, $124.35; sundry, $23.13 371 85 

Advertising, $62.95; King's Printer, $768.70; Stationery Office, $325.31 1, 156 96 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings: Paylists (Page V— 43) 266,428 57 

Total 498,000 94 

Less credits shown on page V— 58 48,118 20 

Total, carried to page V— 35 449,882 74 



V— 58 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, furniture, grounds, etc.— Concluded. $ cts. 

Edifices a Ottawa: Reparations, meubles, terrains, etc. — Fin. 

Credits. 

Charged to Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V— 126) 97 00 

Charged to Ottawa Parliament Buildings: Reconstruction (Page V — 14) 65 10 

Charged to War Appropriation (Page V— 258) 47,277 88 

H. N. Bate & Sons, repairs to Bate Building 287 2b 

Bryson Realty Co., decorating rooms, Bryson Block 143 01 

Journal Printing Co., part expenses of moving staff 25 00 

P. Labelle, concrete curbs around two windows Labelle Block 8 00 

P. Lyall & Sons Const. Co., electric fan, from stock 23 30 

Mrs. E. A. Pearson, on account repairs to Imperial Building 12 00 

C. C. Ray Co., repairs to plate glass, R.N.W.M. Police 18 15 

A. E. Rea Co., kalsomining walls, etc., Rea Block 161 51 

Total credits deducted on page V— 57 48, 118 20 

Rideau Hall: Maintenance— Rideau-Hall: Entretien. 

Carpenters: at$81 per m., T. Ambridge, $891; at$74.25perm., G. Reid, $816.75 1,707 75 

Carpenters: at $2.93 per d., E. Bambrick, $237.39; at $2.75 per d., E. Bambrick, $664.13, J. W. 

Brown, $525.25, R. Daly, $527.31, E. Palm, $530.75 2,484 83 

Carters, at $87.75 per m.: M. Green, $351, extra horse, $444, overtime, $11.38; M. Quinn, $351, 

overtime, $28.79 1, 186 17 

Carters, at $81 per m.: M. Green, $486; M. Quinn, $486 972 00 

Carters, at $79.65 per m.: M. Green, $159.30; M. Quinn, $151.05 310 35 

Carter, at $2.15 per d., M. Quinn, $25.80; charwoman, L. Cashen, $1.25 27 05 

Electricians: at $85 perm., A. Grenier, $85; at $2.84 perd , A. Grenier, $92.30; at $2.75 per d., 
A. Grenier, $33; at $2.74 per d., J. Garceau, $35.62, A. Grenier, $89.06; at $2.73 per d., 

A. Grenier, $47.78; at $2.10 per d., C. J. Giroux, $3.15 385 91 

Engineers, at $83.33 per m.: J. L. Boyd, $249.99; W. Hughes, $125.01; J. Smith, $249.99; over- 
time, $15 639 99 

Engineers: at $75 per m., T. Atkinson, $825, J. L. Boyd, $637.50, W. Hughes, $337.50, T. J. 

• Smith, $675; at 45c. per h., J. Slattery, $32.40 2,507 40 

Firemen, at $70 perm.: C. Banning, $210; P. Carpent, $210; D. Devine, $210; L.Roy, $210; F. 

Sarault, $210; F. Stevenson, $210 1,260 00 

Firemen, at $65 per m.: C. Banning, $357.50; P. Carpent, $195; D. Devine, $65; L. Roy, $195; 

F. Sarault, $195; F. Stevenson, $325 1,332 50 

Fireman, at $2.09 per d., L. Roy 62 70 

Forester, at $60 per m. f T. Doyle, $718, overtime, $28.46 746 46 

Gardener: at $100 per m., G. Muhlig, $300; at $95 per m., G. Muhlig, $855. 1,155 00 

Gardener: at $85 per m., C. Schoenherr, $255; at $80 per m., C. Schoenherr, $720, overtime, 

$7.01 982 01 

Gardener, at $70 per m., D. Bell, $840, overtime, $7.11 : 847 11 

Gardeners, at $65 per m.: L. Schroeder, $780. overtime, $6.86; H. Sims, $780 1,566 86 

Labourer, at $65 per m., J. Simard, $65, overtime, $17.10 82 10 

Labourers, at $61.10 per m.: P. Carpent, $61.10, overtime, $41.91; F. Stevenson, $61.10, over- 
time, $43.40 207 51 

Labourers, at $60.75 per m.: E. Barron, $182.25, overtime, $23.85; J. Barthlette, $182.25, over- 
time, $27.67; F. Carpente, $182.25, overtime, $43.20; T. Dagenais, $182.25, overtime, 
$58.84; T.Ford, $182.25, overtime, $33.20; F. Liberge, $182.25, overtime, $15.55; J. Miller- 
wood, $182.25, overtime, $30.26; Z. Plouffe, $182.25, overtime, $35.46; G. Ramant, $60.75, 
overtime, $28.40; H. Savard, $182.25, overtime, $26.22; J. Simard, $121.50; U. Soucy, 

$182.25, overtime, $44.84 2,372 24 

Labourer, at $58.05 per m., J. L. Boyd, $29.03; at $2.50 per d., P. Carpent, $270 299 03 

Labourers, at $2.35 per d.: T. Alchure, $353.30; M. Bonaventure, $304.34; R. Currie, $224.43; 

G. Hinton, $19.98; G. Miller, $9; W. Moran, $106.93; A. Plouffe, $7.05 1,025 03 

Labourers, at $2.25 per d.: J. T. Brown, $3.38; G. Miller, $33.75; J. Simard, $69.75 106 88 

Labourers, at $2.15 per d.: F. Bambrick, $439.68, overtime, $18.60; C. Banning, $203.19, over- 
time, $10.18; E. Barron, $522.45; J. Barthlette, $518.15; F. Carpente, $525.68; P. Carpent, 

$58.05; F. Dagenais, $520.30; D. Devine, $469.78, overtime, $12.80; T. Ford, $527.83; A. 

Gibson, $62.35; F. Liberge, $518.15; J. Millerwood, $525.68; Z. Plouffe, $532.13; G. 

Ramant, $523.53; L. Roy, $290.25; overtime, $14.85; F. Sarault, $364.43; overtime, 

$16.95; H. Savard, $523.53; J. Simard, $509.55; U. Soucy, $533.20; F. Stevenson, $180.60; 

J. Wendt, $435.38, overtime, $14.40 8,871 67 

Labourer, at $2 per d., J. Levicki 1 00 

Labourers, at 30c. per h.: E. McCann, $7.50; L. Schroeder, $10.20; at 25c. per h., J. Archer, 

$26 43 70 

Labourer, at 24c. per h.; M. Bonaventure, $34.56; R. Currie, $65.04; VV. Moran, $57.84 157 44 

Foreman painter, J. Handy, y., $1,050, overtime, $21.90 1,071 90 

Carried forward 32,412 59 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 59 



Rideau Hall: Maintenance— Continued— Rideau-Hall: Entretien— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 32, 412 59 

Painters, at $70 per m.: J. Couverette, $140; W. Furnival, $70; T. Kingston, $350, overtime, 

$2.70 562 70 

Painters, at $3 per d.: R. Benjamin, $197.25; J. Couverette, $369.75; J. Hinton, $261; A. 

Granger, $252.75; T. Kingston, $524.25; A. Matthews, $81 1, 686 00 

Painter: at $2.59$ per d., W. Furnival, $20.76; at $2.59 per d., W. Furnival, $111.37 132 13 

Plasterers, at $3.25 per d.: H. Proulx, $4.88; W. Williamson, $6.50 '. 11 38 

Plasterer, at 55c. per h., S. Brooks 38 50 

Plumber's helper, E. McCann, y., $752.52, overtime, $5 757 52 

Repairer, at $40 per m., S. Furnival 480 00 

Sewing, at $1.50 per d.: M. Davis, $10.50; A. O'Hara, $30; M. Rouse, $1.50; M. Strong, $6.. . 48 00 

Surveyor's helper, at $3.50 per d., R. Briggs 14 00 

Teaming, at $6 per d.: C. Lillico, $352.50; B. Slinn, $111; J. Tink, $42; J. Wigmore, $48 553 50 

Teaming, at $5.30 per d.: C. Lillico, $180.20; J. Tink, $18.55 198 75 

Upholsterer, at $95 per m., W. L. Moore 380 00 

Watchman, F. Gray, at $70 per m., $482.50, at $60 per m., $300 782 50 

Bry son-Graham, Ltd.: bed and mattress, $24; dishes, $58.50; supplying and laying 94 yd. 

Brussels carpet, $178.62; sundry, $56.92 318 04 

Cameron, C. G., smithwork 64 15 

Canadian Laundry Machinery Co.: 40-gal. copper kettle, $143; laundry extractor, $388 531 00 

Carson, W. J.: 3 doz. sponges, $18; 100 lb. white lead, $19; sundry, $85.88 122 88 

Casgrain, Mde. C: 2 cabinets, $300; 2 pictures, $100; rug, $50 450 00 

Cleghorn & Beattie: 3 bath mats, $14.75; 44 rolls wall paper, $33; 7 window shades, $28.15; 

sundry, $56.94 132 84 

Coldrey & Chapman: two 30-gallon boilers, $30; pipe, 499 ft. galv. iron, $109.33; 80 ft. soil, • 

$35.80; sundry, $125.70 300 83 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd.: 73| yd. Durrie carpet, $125.24; 248| yd. chintz, $179.08; sewing, $2.50. ... 306 82 

Eclipse Plating <fe Sales Co.: eight 2-light brackets, $168; 5 eye comfort fixtures, $180.30; 

detailed in 1916-17, page V— 77, $910 less $28.11 paid to outside firms, $881.89; sundry, 

$54 99 1 285 18 

Edwards, W. (3! & Co.: 1,462' ft. lumber, $89.54;' sundry, $33.20 ! ............................. ' 122 74 

Esmonde, J. P.: 6 copper, nickel-plated coffee urns, $205.50; recaning 10 chairs, $17.50; sundry, 

$10.80 233 80 

Garland, J. M., Son & Co.: 145 yd. crash, $48.50; 6 doz. napkins, $37.50; 127 yd. sheeting 

$61.85; 211 yd. towelling, $64.11; 27 pr. white wool blankets, $228; sundry, $81.31 521 27 

Garrioch, Godard & Co., electrical supplies 184 77 

General Supply Co. of Canada: 61 ft. black pipe, $37.12; 238 ft. galv. pipe, $31.42; sundry, 

$40.52 109 06 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co.: 1,000 1. ft. h.w. flooring, $24.39; 3 grills, $45; 3,026 ft. pine, $156.84; 93$ 

1. ft. radiator screen, $233,75; sundry, $32.29 492 27 

Gold Medal Furniture Mfg. Co.: 100 lb. hair, $35; 436 lb. springs, $50.12; 112J yd. ticking, 

$44.51; 80 lb. twine, $42.50; 24 pes. webbing, $63.60; sundry, $28.04 263 77 

Graham Bros.: 74,400 bulbs, $1,000.10; 650 ft. hose, $151; 30 bottles nikoteen, $60; pans, pots, 

etc., $97.45; plants and seeds, $359.88 1,668 43 

Graham, J.: 25 bags moss, $50; 2,175 yd. sod, $282.75; trees, 100 hard maples, $50, 250 spruce, 

$87.50 470 25 

Grand Trunk Ry . System, freight on shrubs, etc 60 95 

Granfc-Holden-Graham, Ltd.: 2 marine flags, $17.85; 44 yd. sheeting, $16.72; 4 Union Jacks, 

$29.90; sundry, $43.81 108 28 

Gray-Harvey Co., Ltd.: hardware, $70.76; 40 lb. manila rope, $16; roll poultry netting, 

$16.20 102 96 

Gurney-Massey Co.: 384 lb. fire brick, $37.71; 332$ lb. grate bars, $36.88; top for firepot, $22; 

sundry, $3.37 99 96 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd.: 200 ft. 1$" 4-ply water hose, $132.30; sundry, $5.88. . . ." 138 18 

Healey Co., 338 Ids. fertilizer, $422.50; Lillico, C, 90 Ids. manure, $90 512 50 

Higman, G. & Sons: brushes, $37.70; 15 Its. glass, $22.86; paint, oil, etc., $62.23; -sundry, 

$43.78 166 57 

Irwin, Miss P.: 45 yd. chintz, $60.75; 5 yd. taffeta silk, $25 85 75 

Lawson, T. & Sons, Ltd.: cast lamp post, $50; 565 lb. range tops and rings, $33.90; sundry, 

$7.20 91 10 

Marchand & Donnelly: 200 ft. $" conduit, $30; 200 ft. $" condulet, $24; electrical supplies, 

$31.54 85 54 

Marshall, E. W.: cleaning 3,657 yd. carpet and 8 rugs, $194.78; dyeing 269 yd. carpet, $174.85; 

resewing 255 yd. carpet, $12.75 382 38 

McDonald, K. & Sons, Ltd.: 60 lb. grass seed, $18; lawn roller, $24; 20 bags potatoes, $100; 

sundry, $21.30 163 30 

McKinley & Northwood, Ltd. ($4,211.41)— 

New Laundry: dart-unions, $58.20; elbows, $111.64; fitter, 628$ h., $502.80; 609 lb. galv. 
iron, $73.08; nipples, $52.11; 1,417' pipe, $241.33; plumber, 317 h., $253.60; tees, 
$77.35; tinsmith, 156$ h., $109.55, valves, $229.75; sundry, $191.49 1,900 90 

Work on heating system: 168 ft. pipe, $16.80; plumber, 17 h., $17; 19 radiators, $921.80; 

steamfitter, 188 h., $188; tinsmith, 52$ h., $42; sundry, $100.18 1,285 78 

Carried forward 50, 819 82 



tf — 60 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Kid en u Hall: Maintenance— Concluded.— Rideau-Hall: Entretien— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 50,819 82 

McKinley and Northwood, Ltd.— Concluded. 

Sundry: basin, $f)0; bath, $175; lining 3 ice boxes with zinc, $53; 143 ft. pipe, $33.08; 
plumber. L91J h., 1191.50; shower bath, $65; tinsmith, 96| h., $77.10; w. c. and 

tank, $60; sundry, 1320.05 1,024 73 

McMorran, It. M.: 6 pr. bath sheets, $33.75; 292} yd. linen, $201.13; 6 doz. stable rubbers, 

$24.30; 194 yd. towelling, $83.29; sundry, $14.50 356 97 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd.: 7 bedspreads, $69.50; 6 doz. napkins, $48; 26 yd. padding, $25.30; 

28£ yd. table covering, $49.88; 20 yd. toilet covering, $35; 38 doz. towels, $283.80; sundry, 

$19.65 531 13 

Ogilvy, C, Ltd.: 39 yd. linen, $84.83; thread, $1.20 86 03 

Ottawa City: laving (> " water service, Rideau Hall grounds to MacKay St. and to Princess 

Terrace, 535 ft., $975; moving hydrant, $31; thawing pipes 6 h., $30 1,036 00 

Ottawa (ias Co.: gas, consumed for sterilizer, Feb. 8-Aug. 9, 1915, Nov. 15, 1916-Feb. 20, 

1918, 106,600 cu. ft., $113.31, meter, $3.54; sundry, $9.05 125 90 

Ottawa Tile Co.: firebrick, $16.56; 168| h. labour, $89.25; sundry, $7.74 113 55 

Plant, F. H., Adams dump-waggon, $198; Plouffe, M., 793 blocks ice, $111.02 309 02 

Rankin, W. A.: hardware, $85.74; 476 ft. screen cloth, $29.33; refrigerator, $20.50 135 57 

Rea, A. E. Co.: curtain poles, rings, etc., $22.10; 15j doz. glasses, $31 . 18; sundry, $10.60 63 88 

Ritchie & Nunn: paint, oil, etc., $27.25; 200 lb. white lead, $40 67 25 

Rogers & Hastie: 25 loads sand, $58.25; 8-17 t. stones, $17.16 75 41 

Sanderson, J. D. Co.: re-roofing felt and gravel roof, 13-59 sq. ft., $61.15; roofing cloak room, 

$135; sundry, $8.30 204 45 

Savage & MacDonelk 800 ft. birch flooring, $56. 2 cypress seats, $30; 3,112 ft. pine, $161.85; 

sundry, $113.45 361 30 

Scrims: 40 bags potatoes, $200; tools, etc., $32.10; vegetable seeds and plants, $121.97 354 07 

Stewart, P.: 2 cases glass, $26; paint, oil, etc., $38; 1,100 lb. white lead, $212; sundry, $58.65. . 334 65 

Stewart & Co: covering 6 chairs in Spanish leather, $249; repairing furniture, $47; sundry, 

$50.38 » 346 38 

Thornton & Truman: 30} h. labour, $23; making 11 wire hangers for lights, $23; sundry, $23.85. 69 85 

Van't Hof & Blokker: 75,532 bulbs, $674.61; 34 cases and packing, $77.50; 1,500 gladioli!, 

$35; 593 plants, $171 .50 958 61 

Wright & Co.: 1\ brl. cement, $23.25; 11-58 t. stones, $31.85; sundry, $15.63 70 73 

Small payments: cab and taxi hire, $26; dishes, $61.85; dyeing carpets, curtains, etc., $31.25; 

electrical supplies, $86.85; filling, 20 loads, $32; freight and express, $45.78; 12 galv. iron 

water cans, $22.80; garden soil, 44 loads, $34.90; hardware, $134.22; 2 Its. leaded glass, 

$25.58; 4 majestic electric heaters, $40; manure, 143 loads, $102.25; 2 sleighs, $48; trees, 

30 maple and 12 elm, $49.50; sundry, $384.04 1,125 02 

Bell Telephone Co.: apparently overpaid 9 17 

Total, carried to page V— 35 58,579 49 



Rideau Hall: Allowance for fuel and light. 
Rideau-Hall: Allocation pour chauffage et eclairage. 

His Excellency the Governor General, allowance, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 17,000 00 



Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service: 12 months to March 31, 1918. 
Edifices federaux d' Ottawa: Service du telephone: 12 mois au 31 mars 1918. 

Agriculture Department ($2,682.85)— 

Office telephones 2, 162 34 

Residences: Minister, y., $40, April-Sept., $30.49; Deputy. $35; Asst. Deputy, $45.26; 
Live Stock Commissioner, April-Sept., $17.50; C. W. C. Bate, $35; T. K. Dohertv, 
$35; Dr. Hilton, $35; W. Ide, $40; D. Johnston, $35; Dr. Montizambert, $50; J. A. 

Ruddick, $42.26; F. T. Shutt, $40; Dr. Torrance, $40 520 51 

Archives: offices, $110; residences, Dr. Doughty, $57.50, Dr. Shortt, Oct.-Mar., $17.50 185 00 

Auditor General's Office: offices, $694.61; residences, Auditor, $35, F. Hayter, $42.63 772 24 

Census: Commissioner's office - 80 00 

Civil Service Commission ($379.26)— 

Office telephones.. . 253 78 

Residences: Wm. Foran, $35; C. Jameson, Oct. 20-Mar. 31, $17.98; M. G. Larochelle, $35; 

Dr. Roche, Oct.-Mar., $20; Dr. Shortt, April-Sept., $17.50 125 48 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery: office, $50; residence, J. G. Foley, $35 85 00 

Conservation Commission: offices, $320; residence, Asst. Chairman, $55 375 00 

Customs Department ($1,232.48)— • 

Office telephones 1 , 027 84 

Residences: Minister, Jan. 20-Oc.t. 31, $31.31; Commissioner, $35; Asst. Commissioner, 

$35; J. S. Roe, April-Oct., $23.33; J. A. Watson, $40; Mr. Wilson, $40 204 64 

Carried forward 5, 791 83 



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Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service: 12 months to March 31, 1918— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices federaui d'Ottawa: Service du telephone: 12 mois au 31 mars 1918— Suite. 

Brought forward 5, 791 83 

Dominion Police ($780)— 

Office telephones 605 00 

Residences: A. J. Cawdron, $35; Sgt. Giroux, $35; Inspector Hogan, $35; Geo. Kennedy, 

$35; Inspector Parkinson, $35 175 00 

Economic Development Commission: office telephones 81 98 

Exchequer Court: offices, $105; residence, Mr. Justice Audette, $40 145 00 

External Affairs Department: offices, $333.17; residences, Sir. Jos. Pope, $60, W. H. Walker, 

$35 : 428 17 

Finance Department ($1,347.53) — 

Office telephones, April 1-Nov. 16 538 54 

Private Branch Exchange, Nov. 17-Mar. 31 597 74 

Residences: Minister, $40; Miss C. Brodie, $35; L. Code, Jan.-Sept., $26.25; G. D.. 

Finlayson, $40; J. A. Russell, $35; J. C. Saunders, $35 ,. 211 25 

Food Controller's Office: office, Oct.-March 912 26 

Fuel Controller's Office: office, Oct. 31-Mar. 31 16 78 

Governor General's Office and Rideau Hall ($1,723.65) — 

Office telephones, including private exchange and private line to Rideau Hall 1,429 66 

Residences: coachman, $38.59; head gardener, $35; military secretary, Nov. 10, 1916- 

Mar. 31, 1918, $90.40; J. F. Crowdy, $45; Mr. Divinford, $35; A. F. Sladen, $50. ... 293 99 

House of Commons: office telephones, $1,019.53,; Speaker's residence, session 1917-18, $25 1,044 53 

Indian Affairs: offices, $541; residences, J. D. McLean, $35, F. H. Paget, $50, S. T. Robins, 

Oct.-Nov., 1916, $8.33 * 634 33 

Inland Revenue Department ($1 , 191 . 84)— 

Office telephones 924 10 

Residences: Minister, Aug. 20-Mar. 31, $29.55; L. Catellier, $40; N. Chasse, April 17-Mar. 
31, $38.20; M. F. Gallagher, Sept. 5-Mar. 31, $19.99; A. Lemay, $35; G. W. Taylor, 
$35; J. U. Vincent, $50, summer season, 1917, $20 - ■ 267 74 

Interior Department ($5,743.78)— 

Office telephones 5, 235 25 

Residences: Dr. Roche, Dec. 17, 1916-Sept. 30, 1917, $31.64; Asst. Deputy, Nov. 29-Mar. 
31, 1917, Nov. 30-Mar. 31, 1918, $30.33, summer season, 1917, $22; private secretary, 
$40; F. C. Blair $35; E. G. Deville, $35;jW. A. Dier, $60; J. E. Featherston, $35; R. A. 
Gibson, Oct. 6-Mar. 31, $22.86, summer season, 1917, $20; J. W. Greenway, $35; J. B. 
Harkin, $35; L. Pereira, $35; E. B. Robertson, Oct.-Mar. $17.50; W. Simpson, Nov. 
23, 1916-Mar. 31, 1918, $54.20 , 508 53 

Justice Department ($1,657.54)— 

Office telephones 1,029 74 

Residences: Minister, $50; Hon. A. Meighen, $55; Dep. Minister, $35; Chief Justice, $70.48; 
P. T. Ahern, $35;|P. M. Cote, $35; D. Clark, $35; W. M. Dickson, $40; W. S. Edwards, 
$40; Sgt. Major L. P. Godin, $35; R. F. Harris, $35; J. Lawson, $35; C. Morse, $35; 
Lt. Col. D. MacPherson, Oct. 26, 1916-Mar. 31, 1918, $57.32; J. E. Tremblay, $35. . 627 80 

Labour Department ($450.85) — 

Office telephones 270 85 

Residences: Minister, $55; Deputy, $50; E. N. Compton, $35; Miss McKellar, $40 180 00 

Library of Parliament: offices, $115; residences, A. D. Decelles, $35, M. J. Griffin, $35 185 00 

Marine and Fisheries Department ($1,195.90) — 

Office telephones 845 49 

Residences: Minister, $40; Deputy, $55; Asst. Deputy, $35; Chief Engineer, $35; Com- 
missioner of Lights, $35; Chief Engineer's Messenger, $35; V. W. Forneret, Nov. 29, 

1916-Mar. 31, 1918, $45.41; G. Heidman, $35; S. Wallace, $35 350 41 

Military Hospitals Commission: residence, Sir. J. A. Lougheed 40 00 

Military Service Council: private branch exchange, Nov.-Mar 558 47 

Militia and Defence Department ($11,317.03)— 

Office telephones 2, 062 20 

Private Branch Exchange 8, 639 55 

Residences: Minister, Nov. 17-Mar. 31, $14.87; Deputy, $50; Asst. Deputy, $50; Adju- 
tant General, $41; F. Beard, $30; Col. Biggar, $55; J. W. Borden, May 9-Mar. 31, 
$31.35; H. W. Brown, $48; H. N. P. Chesley, $35; Lt. Col. Clarke, $35; Lt. Col. 
Deroche, $35; Brig. Gen. MacDonald, $35; Corp. McDonald, Jan. 24, 1917-Mar. 31, 
1918, $41.60; H. Newell, $45; C. L. Panet, $40; Stf. Sgt. F. Wells, June 8-Mar. 31, 

$28.46 615 28 

Mines Department: offices, $2,270.99; residences, E. Haanel, Feb. 7-Sept. 30, $49.17, R. G. 

McConnell, Nov. 6-Mar. 31, $18.08 2,338 24 

National Service Commission: office telephones 191 87 

Carried forward 37, 776 58 



V — 62 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service: 12 months to March 31, 1918— Concluded. $ cts. 
Edifices fed era ux d'Ottawa: Service du telephone: 12 mois au 31 mars 1918— Fin. 

Brought forward 37, 776 58 

Naval Service ($1,301.57) — 

Office telephones 1,132 96 

Residences: Deputy, $35; Director of Stores, $35; J. R. Hemested, July 3-Mar. 31, $26.11; 
Hear Ad. Kingsmill, $45; H. C. Pinsent, April-Sept., $17.50; J. A. Rodd, $35; R. M. 

Stephens, $35 228 61 

North West Mounted Police: offices, $169.24; residences, R. S. Bishop, $35, L. DePlessis, $35 239 24 

Northwest Territories: residence, F. White 35 00 

Patriotic Fund Committee: offices 80 00 

Post Office Department ($2,201.95)— 

Office telephones 1 , 796 47 

Residences: P. E. Blondin, April-Oct., $32.08; T. C. Casgrain, April 1-May 15, $6.87; 
Deputy, $35; Asst. Deputy, $40; Private Secretary, $40; Supt. Rural Mail Delivery, 
$35; M. Bastedo, $35; P. T. Coolican, $40; J. A. Gouin, Oct.-Mar., $20; W. J. Lajoie, 
Mar. 16, 1917-Mar. 31, 1918, $36.53; J. L. K. Laflamme, $50; F. Rochester, $35. . . . 405 48 

Printing and Stationery Department ($2,482.64)— 

Office telephones 930 17 

Private Branch Exchange 1 , 103 29 

Residences: Accountant, $35; Asst. Supt. of Stores, $35; J. Baldwin, Apr., Sept. 26-Mar. 

31, $20.90, summer season, Woodroffe, $20; F. Boardman, $35; F. G. Bronskill, $35; 

F-. Cook, $45.78; R. E. Cook, $40; J. E. Desrosiers, April-Sept., $17.50; Eug. Paradis, 

$40; J. C. Patenaude, $35; summer season, Britannia, $20; H. T. Smith, $35; Jos. 

Tarte, $35 449 18 

Privy Council ($590.58)— 

Office telephones 402 58 

Residences: Premier, $63; clerk, $35; F. K. Bennetts, $35; A. E. Blount, April-Sept., 

$20; A. H. Taber, $35 188 00 

Public Works Department ($4,511.42)— 

Office telephones 3, 543 89 

Residences: Asst. deputy, $50; Chief engineer, $63; Collector of Revenue, $35; John 
Brennan, $35; W. Brown, $35; Geo. Buskard, $40; J. A. Chasse, $35, summer season, 
Britannia, $20; L. Cousineau, $40; R. C. Desrochers, Oct.-Mar.; $20; A. R. Dufresne, 
$35; J. Dumoulin, $35; E. B. Godwin, $35; P. S. Gregory, $35; W. P. Harrell, April- 
Sept., Dec. 29-Mar. 31, $34.04; E. L. Horwood, Oct. 1, 1914-Mar. 31, 1918, $160.30; 
A. -Hudon, $35; J. C. McDonald, $35; P. D. Reinhart, Dec. 17-Mar. 31, $10.19; J. 
Shearer, $35; N. M. Smith, $35; J. M. Somerville, $40; K. H. Spangenberg, $35; 
Wm. Wiley, $35 967 53 

Railways and Canals Department ($1,694.19) — 

Office telephones 1,090 32 

Residences: Minister, y., $50, Nov .-Mar., $25.66; Consulting engineer, $35; Law Clerk, 
$35; G. A. Bell, $50; W. V. Cope, $35; C. E. Derome, $35; L. K.Jones, $50; L. Lavoie, 
$35; A. L. McKendrick, Jan. 17, 1917-Mar. 31, 1918, $41.04; J. L. Payne, $35; J. W. 
Pugsley, Oct., 1916-Mar. 1918, $64.50; J. S. Roe, Nov.-Mar., $16.67; L. Sherwood, 
$35; E. R. Williams, $55 597 87 

Secretary of State Department ($885.20)— 

Office telephones 656 06 

Residences: Hon. Mr. Burrell, Oct.-Mar., $27.50; E. L. Patenaude, May 30-June 12, $1.53; 
Under Secretary, $53; Lt.-Col. Chambers, $50; M. F. Gallagher, $35; P. Pelletier, 
Oct. 11, 1916-Mar. 31, 1918, $62.11 229 14 

Senate ($1,278.85)— 

Office telephones 1,125 49 

Residences: Clerk, April-Sept., $20; A. E. Biount, Oct.-Mar., $20; S. E. St. O. Chapleau, 

Sept. 19-30, 1916, $1.32; A. H. Hinds, $42.04; S. Lelievre, $35; J. C. Young, $35 153 36 

Supreme Court: residence, L. Beaudry 58 91 

Trade and Commerce Department ($676.82) — 

Office telephones 556 82 

Residences: Minister, $50; Deputy, $35; T, J. Code, $35 120 00 

War Purchasing Commission: private branch exchange, $1,010; residence, Hon. A. E. Kemp, 

$40 1 , 050 00 

Total 54,922 95 

Less, charged to 1918-19 922 37 

Total, carried to page V— 35 54,000 58 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 63 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Power for Elevators, etc. 
Edifices fed era u\ d'Ottawa: Courant electrique pour ascenseurs, etc. $ cts. 

Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commission ($5,168.96) — 

Current at $20 per h.p. per ann., 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1918: Canadian Building, 44-4 h.p.; 328 
Dalhousie st., 14-8; 72 Queen st., 22-8; Woods Building, Queen st., 14-8; Woods 
Building, Slater st., 29-6 h.p 2,528 00 

Current at $20 per h.p. per ann., 8 m. to Jan. 31: Canadian Building, 5 h.p.; Free Press 

Building, 8-5; Labelle Bldg., 7; Ottawa Wine Vault, -45; 221 Wellington st., 17. . . . 506 00 

Current at $20 per h.p. per ann.: Bate Block, July 4-Jan. 31, 14-8 h.p.; Canadian Bldg., 

5 h.p., Jan. 1-31; Experimental Farm, y. to Dec. 31, 82-44 h.p.; 175 Nepean st., Dec. 1- 
Jan. 31, 17-5 h.p.; 170 Wellington st., Nov. 1-Jan. 31, 29-6 h.p.; 415 Wellington st., 

$9.17 2,043 68 

Current at meter rate, Mar. 1-June 6, 1917: Canadian Building, $27.87; Free Press Build- 
ing, $5.20; 32-35 George st., 37c; Labelle Block, $26.24; 221 Wellington st., $31.60. . . . 91 28 

Ottawa Electric Co. ($18,724.28)— 

Current at $1.75 per 1.6 c.p. per ann., to Oct. 1, 1916 9 45 

Current at $1.25 per 16 c.p. per ann., 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1917: Audit Office, Merchants Bank, 

59c; House of Commons restaurant, 62c; 47 Kent st., $1.87 .' . . 3 08 

Current at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918: Archives, 11-8 h.p.; Bryson Block, 
12-93; East Block, 37-46; Imperial Building, 2-95; Langevin Block, 68-02; Mines, 
45-33; Observatory, 4-65; Post Office, 33-17; Printing Bureau, 157-92; Public Works 
Workshop, 4-05; Regal, 15-49; West Block, 60-93 11,367 50 

Current at $20 per h.p. per ann.: Fuel-testing plant, 115-64 h.p., 6 m. to July 10, 113-12, 

6 m. to Jan. 10, 115-64, 3 m. to April 1; Merchants Bank Chambers, 10 13 h.p., 19 m. 
to April 1; Militia, 113 Rideau St., 7-14 h.p., 13H m. to Feb. 22, 1918; Militia, 178 
Wellington st., 18-04 h.p., 8-8 m. to Sept. 21, 1917; Printing Bureau, 5-83 h.p. 18-5 m. 
to Mar. 31, 1918; Victoria Museum, 140-12 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 104-96, Oct. 1-Mar. 18, 

140-12, Mar. 19-31 6,969 25 

Current for 3 pumps at $100 each per ann., 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 375 00 

Total 23 , 893 24 

Less, charged to Ottawa Buildings Lighting (Page V — 38) 4 26 

Total, carried to page V— 126 23,888 98 



Ottawa Public Buildings: Rents— Edifices federaux d'Ottawa: Loyers. 

Allen & Fleming, 130 Wellington st., 12 m. to Mar 1,080 00 

Ashbury College Co., 140 Argyle ave., 11 m. to Feb. 28 1,833 34 

Banque Nationale: Justice, 12 m., $1,150.48; National Service, room 52, Mar. 25-June 19, 

room 68, Mar. 25 to Sept. 3, $515.87; French translators, 12 m., $2,116.20 3,782 65 

Bate Realty Co.: No. 5, 6 and 7 Aylmer Annex, 12 m., $1,728; Bate Block, June 15-Mar. 31, 

$13,100.27 f4, 828 27 

Bell Telephone Co., clock line and gun service, 12 m 582 50 

Birks & Sons, Henry, Birks Block, 12 m., $17,000, room No. 5, 12 m., $343.14 17,343 14 

Blackburn, Russell, 209 Spark st., 12 m 350 00 

Blackburn, R. L., Plaza Building: 12,170 sq. ft., July 1-Nov. 17, $3,240.92, 7,910 sq. ft., Nov. 

18-Dec 31, $662.03; Justice Duff, 3,275 sq. ft., Nov. 18 to Mar. 31, $1,201.94 5,104 89 

Blackburn, R. L. and R.: recruiting office, 49-51 Bank st., Dec. 14-April 14, 1918, $400; Union 

Bank Building, Interior and Post Office, 12 m., $45,259.44; Interior, Natural Resources, 

Sept.-Mar., $97.42; Pensions Board, 12 m., $14,742.45, rooms 707 and 710, 14 m. to April 

30, 1918, $1,050 61,549 31 

Booth, C. J.: easement, Langevin Block, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1917, $5; Standard Bank Building, 

June 15-Mar. 31, $4,504.50, floors 1 and 2, Oct. 25-Mar. 31, $791.36 5,300 86 

Booth & Holbrook, Booth Building: Indian Affairs, 12 m., $16,495; War Purchasing Comm., 

12 m. , $3,477 19, 972 00 

Brennan, J. C, Trafalgar Building, 12 m. to Mar. 31 16, 543 56 

Bryson Realty Co., Bryson Block: basement, y. to May 20, 1917, $30; Interior and Public 

Works, 12 m., $8,596 8,626 00 

Butterworth, J. G., Bank st. Chambers, Food Controller and War Trade Board: offices, July 

6 to Mar. 31, $1,841.03; rooms 5 and 12, Oct. 9-April 9, $198; rooms, 3 and 11, Oct. 3 to 

April 3, $180; room, 28, Nov. 3 to April 3, $75; room 31, Sept. 17 to Mar. 17, $90; rooms 35 

and 36,Nov. 30 to Mar. 31, $120 ! 2,504 03 

Bytown & Suburb Land Co., 105 Murray st., storage space for Printing Bureau, 12 m 2,390 00 

Canada Life Assurance Co.: Fuel Controller, 7 m. to Mar. 14, $275.73; Immigration, Nov. 10 

to Mar. 31, $187.82, rooms 30 to 35, April 8 to July 15, $608.45, July 16-Mar. 31, $1,255.95. . 2,327 95 

Capital Storage Co., Capital Building, top floor and basement, 12 m 3, 174 96 

Carling, Mrs. Eva Co., Carling Building, 12 m 13,000 00 

City of Ottawa, taxes: E. W .-Clarke property, $155.26; Imperial Realty Co., $8,113.42; Lamb 

property, $587.91; Ottawa Building Co., $1,604.10; Ottawa Investment Co., $862.40; 

Slater & Sherwood, $467.21 11, 790 30 

Clarke, E. W., house, corner Emmett and Lisgar, 12 m., $600; excess insurance rates, $10. . . 610 00 

Carried forward 192, 693 76 



V — 64 AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1018 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Rents— Concluded. $ cts. 
Edifices federaux d'Ottawa: Loyers- 1 in. 

Brought forward 192, 693 76 

Desormeaux, Ed., 109 Rideau, Militia: Contracts, 12 m., $799.92; Inspection staff, April 1 to 

Feb. 20, $1,490.67 ' 2,290 59 

Duford & Charleson, 113 Rideau, April 1-Feb. 20 6,278 48 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 306-310 Sparks st., June 18-Mar. 31 4,007 15 

Elgin Realty Co., Elgin Block, 3,260 sq. ft., Oct. 25-Jan. 14, $453.01, 940 sq. ft., Nov. 15-Jan. 

14, $98.09; whole building, Jan. 14-Mar. 31, $4,791.67 5,342 77 

Finnie & Morris, 128 Wellington st., 12 m 4, 010 87 

Grand Trunk Railway System, Central Station, Railway Commission, 12 m 19,500 00 

Hanna, Dr. J. E., Regal Block, 12 m. to Mar. 31 13,000 00 

Holland, Andrew, 396-404 Wellington st,, Aug. 15 to Mar. 15 1,470 00 

Hope & Son, Jas.: easement, Langevin Block, 12 m. to April 25, 1917, $5; Railway Mail Service, 

12 m., $2,513.94 2,518 94 

Hope Realty Co.: Chief Press Censor, April 1-Feb. 5, $635.42; Director Public Information, 

3 m. to Mar. 21, $120; room 611, Mar. 14-31, $8.61; rooms 606-609, Feb. 11 to Mar. 31, 

$112.80 876 83 

Imperial Realty Co., Canadian, Militia and Queen st. buildings, 12 m 88,711 80 

James, T. C, Inspector of taxation, Mar. 7-31 181 45 

Jarman, F., 326-328 Queen st., Agriculture, 12 m 1 , 560 00 

Journal Printing Co., Journal Building, Agriculture, Audit, Interior and Public Works, 12 m. 12,565 68 
Labelle, Patrick: garage building, York st., 12 m., $2,448; corner York and Dalhousie, 

12 m„ $11,500 '. 13,948 00 

Lamb, J. B. and W. A., 317 to 321 Queen st., 12 m 2,659 97 

Lowe-Martin Co., Lowe-Martin Block, Militia and Mines: 3 m. to Mar. 31, $2,000; part, 

Dec. 10-31, $239.13; floors 3 and 4, Nov. 13-Dec. 31, $532.61 2,771 74 

Major, A. J., 18 York st., Printing Bureau, 12 m 6, 155 00 

Marshall, E. W., storage for Senate, 12 m. to Feb., 1917 390 00 

Martin & Co., W. H., 174-178 Wellington st., April 1 to Dec. 4, 1917 610 72 

Merchants' Bank, Merchants' Bank Chambers, 12 m 4, 535 20 

McNeill & Stewart, McNeill Building: Audit Office, floor 1, April 1-July 15, $264.13, floors 2 

and 3, Mar. 5-Sept. 5, $925; Railways and Canals, Jan. 4 to April 4, $219; Soldiers' 

Settlement, Mar. 21-31, $54.41 1,462 54 

Norlite Realty Co., Norlite Block, Immigration and Interior, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31 13,858 70 

Ottawa Building Co.: Metcalfe and Slater, Surveyor-General, 12 m., $4,000; Nagle Block, 

Justice, 12 m., $2,500; 102-104 Wellington st., 12 m., $2,500 9,000 00 

Ottawa Investment Co., corner Queen and Metcalfe, Agriculture, 12 m. to Jan. 31 1,000 00 

Ottawa Masonic Temple, Temple Building, 12 m 6,777 76 

Ottawa Wine Vault Co., 35-37 George st., April 18, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918 7,750 30 

Pearson, Mrs. E. A., Imperial Building, 12 m 7,900 00 

Popham, Geo. H., 124-128 Queen Street: Mil. Service Council, 1,700 sq. ft., Sept. 24-Dec. 24, 

$257.06, 945 sq. ft., Dec 24-Mar. 24, $141.75; War Badges, Oct. 4 to Mar. 31, $641.07. . 1,039 88 

Quebec Buildings Co., 124 Wellington Street, 12 m 1,200 00 

Rea Co., A. E., Rea Building, 12 m. to Mar. 31 44,034 92 

Realty Co. of Ottawa, Free Press Building, Apr. 5-Mar. 31 7, 146 50 

Rideau Club: accountant of House of Commons, Feb. 5, 1917-Mar. 5, 1918, $2,166.66; Rural 

Mail Service, 12 m., $1,800 3,966 66 

Robinson, Hiram, Robinson Building, 12 m 15,200 00 

Royal Bank of Canada: Labelle Block, Aug.-Mar., $881.07; Royal Bank Building, Interior 

and Public Works, 12 m., $7,660.36; Geological Survey, 12 m. to April 7, $3,081.50 11,622 93 

Seybold, Ed., 72 Albert Street, 1 m. to Mar. 18, 1918 500 00 

Slater & Sherwood, 172 Wellington Street, April 15 to Jan. 15 855 00 

Topley Co., 130-132 Spark street, Military Service Council, Sept. 7-Feb. 28 580 00 

Two Macs, Stephen Block, Interior, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,479., 12 m. to Mar. 29, $3,600 7,079 00 

Total, carried to page V— 126 527,053 14 



Dominion Immigration Buildings: Maintenance. 
Edifices f€deraux d'im migration: Entretien. 

Halifax, N.S.: plumbing, $19.45; repairs to pier, $41.90; sundry, $1.15 

North Sydney, N.S.: repairs 

McAdam Junction, N.B.: filing cabinet, $29; freight, $1 .30 

St. John, N.B. ($344.41)— 

Belyea, J. M.: sheating and caulking walls and laying new floor in furnace room. . . 

Small payments: painting and papering in matron's quarters, $40; sundry, $11.41. . . 

Armstrong, Que.: 2 beds, 3 chairs and one table 

Lacolle, Que.: couch, $15; cupboard, $19 

•Mansonville, Que.: table 

Carried forward 541 37 



62 50 
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Dominion Immigration Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fSderaux d'Immigration: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 541 37 

Montreal, Que. ($3,917.03)— 

Beverly Wood Specialty Co., Ltd. : 2 filing cabinets 66 00 

Constantin & O'Brien: building and setting in 5 windows with steel guards, $515; erecting 
enclosure and door, 4 sections without doors and one with doors, as per tender, $1,880; 

erecting one steel enclosure with steel door, $365; repairs to fence and window, $58.66 2,818 66 

Le Tourneux, Son & Co.: 12 brushes, $22.90; glass, $33.11; locks, $26.50; sundry, $33.04. 115 55 

Library Bureau: 2 filing cabinets 76 00 

O'Connell, T.: basin, $25.50; 700 lb. grate bars, $105; 563 h. labour, $366.09; rawhide 

union, $21; 4 valves, $54.10; sundry, $138.16 709 85 

Small payments: £ brl. Dearborn water treatment, $33; 14 gal. euchrelyptum, $29.40; 

gas range, $45; snow cleaning, $18. 17; sundry, $5.40 130 97 

Nominingue, Que.: closing up stairs, $37.44; sundry, $21 .'23 58 67 

Peribonca, Que., sundry 13 65 

Quebec, Que.. ($630.94)— 

Canadian Sirocco Co.: extra work on ventilation system 420 00 

Noel, P.: plumbing, 95 h. labour, $47.50, materials, $7.29 54 79 

Nolin, A.: erecting shed to cover sterilizer 72 00 

Small payments: 450 lb. Dearborn water treatment, $49.50; sundry, $34.65 84 15 

Roberval, Que.: sundry.. 11 30 

Bridgeburg, Ont.: section with ends, $48; freight, 69c 48 69 

London, Ont.: sundry .x 4 60 

Port Arthur, Ont.: lettering window 10 00 

Sarnia, Ont.: voucher outstanding, R. W. 3122, Steel Equipment Co 48 38 

Toronto, Ont. ($279.99)— 

Grand & Toy, Ltd.: 9 chairs, $51; 3 desks, $103; table, $20 174 00 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd.: 2 filing cabinets, $84; freight, $2.01 86 01 

Small payments: electrical repairs 19 98 

Windsor, Ont ($164.54)— 

Baum & Brody: 7 chairs, $39.75; costumer, $6.75; desk, $54; table, $14.50 115 00 

Small payments: cabinet, $48; freight, $1 . 54 49 54 

Brandon, Man. ($142.04)— 

Hayward's (Mark) Wall Paper Store: decorating dining room, kitchen, etc., as per 

tender, $109.20; sundry repairs, $32.59 141 79 

Small payments: sundry 25 

Emerson, Man.: 18 yd. linoleum, laid, $25; moving office, $36.25; sundry, $2 63 25 

Winnipeg, Man. ($2,675.12)— 

Banfield, J. A.: supplying and laying 40 yd. linoleum 62 80 

Beairsto's Plumbing Establishment: 2 boiler sections, $113.50, $86.65; covering boiler, 
$30; 260 lb. galv. iron, $39; installing drinking fountain, $50; jacket heater and dome, 
$90.16; 1,690^ h. labour, $1,055.55; 197 ft. pipe, $45.65; repairing grates in boiler and 

jacket heater, $79; welding boilers, $91; sundry, $527.05 2,207 56 

Dearborn Chemical Co.: 600 lb. Dearborn water treatment 66 00 

Pioneer Elevator & Motor Repair Co.: 62 h. labour, $46.50; materials, $24.01 70 51 

Star Electric Co.: supplies 97 51 

Stead, A. H. S.: maintenance of May-Oafway fire alarm system, 63 dry cells, $25.20; 

122 h. labour, $61; sundry, $5.65 91 85 

Small payments: cleaning chimneys, $31.75; electrical supplies, $12.07; plumbing, 

$15.40; sundry, $19.67 78 89 

Kerrobert, Sask. : 2 storm doors 11 00 

Moosejaw, Sask. ($20.59)— 

Small payments: cleaning chimneys, $12; sundry, $6.80 18 80 

King's Printer 1 79 

North Battleford, Sask. ($695.25)— 

Hoover, D. L.: plumbing, electrical and carpentering work, as per specifications 687 00 

Small payments: sundry : 8 25 

North Portal, Sask.: sundry 18 62 

Prince Albert, Sask. ($210.15)— 

Clunie, R.: laying new floor and putting new door on main entrance ~ 82 65 

Medlar, R.: painting inside and outside of building 123 50 

Small payments: sundry. 4 00 

Regina, Sask.: 200 sq. yd. kalsomining, $20; furnace door, $12.50; sundry, $17.75 ■ 50 25 

Saskatoon, Sask.: plumbing, $14.80; sundry, $5.25 .' 20 05 

Wadena, Sask.: sundry 3 00 

Wilkie, Sask. : sundry 3 16 

Calgary, Alta. : sundry • 10 65 

Edmonton, Alta. ($149.82)— 

Lockerbie, J. A.: installing water front, $35; 126 h. labour, $61 .50; sundry, $10.57 107 07 

Small payments: ash can, $17.50; hardware, $25.25 42 75 

Entwhistle, Alta.: banking building, $30; sundry, $4.07 34 07 

Carried forward , 9,836 18 

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V — 66 AUDITOR GENERAUS REPORT, 1917-1918 

, 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Immigration Buildings: Maintenance — Concluded. $ cts. 

Edifices fed era u\ d'Immigration : Entretien— Fin. 

Brought forward 9, 836 18 

Falher, Alta. ($118.62)— 

Connell & Grigg: range, $45; stove pipe, $10; wood stove, $22; sundry, $23.56 100 56 

Small payments: freight 18 06 

Grand Prairie, Alta.: Connell & Grigg, heater, $42.80; sundry, $18.10 60 90 

Lethbridge, Alta.: erecting flag pole, $42.50; sundry, $42.48 84 98 

Peace River, Alta. ($218.85)— 

Connell & Grigg: 2 coal heaters, $85.60; kitchen range, $57.50; 3 kitchen tables, $24; 

sundry, $42 209 .10 

Small payments: 19 sets sliding furniture shoes 9 75 - 

Spirit River, Alta.: 20 sets sliding furniture shoes 9 75 

Wainwright, Alta.: making storm front and door, $30. 10; sundry, $7.75 37 85 

Douglas, B.C. (S143.97) — 

Campbell River Lumber Co.: 4,398 ft. lumber, $70.15; sundry, $20.06 90 21 

Small payments: hardware, $29.91; sundry, $23.85 53 76 

Prince Rupert, B.C.: sundry 6 40 

Vancouver, B .C. ($1 , 508 .14)— 

Albion Window & Vacuum Cleaning Co.: cleaning windows, 4 times 150 00 

Dixon & Murray: carpenter's time, 238 h., $177.65; 288 iron brackets, $43.20; sundry 

materials, $157.73 378 58 

Hodgson Plumbing & Heating Co., Ltd.: alterations and additions to drainage system, 

$248; sundry, $9.40 257 40 

Office Specialty M'f'g. Co.: freight, $23; 2 steel cabinets, $90.46; 3 steel sections, $146... . 259 46 

Steel Equipment Co.: 3 cabinets, $132; freight, $21.47; sundry, $10 163 47 

Weeks & Co., Ltd.: flushometer valve, $18.85; plumber's time, 103 h. f $94; sundry 

i materials, $66. 10 178 95 

Small payments: electrical repairs and supplies, $22.43; elevator repairs, $16.15; office 

furniture, $30.50; sundry, $51.20 120 28 

Victoria (S449. 49)— 

Nott, R. J. Co., Ltd.: cleaning grate bars, $50; sundry plumbing, $18.87 , 68 87 

Simpson, J., care of grounds, 8 m., $200; Smith, J., scavenging, y., $96 296 00 

Small payments: carpenter's time, 40 h., $28^ kalsomining, etc., $33; sundry, $23.62.. . 84 62 

Advertising , 59 39 

Total, carried to page V— 2 12,534 52 

Dominion Quarantine Stations: Maintenance. 
k Stations federates de quarantaine: Entretien. 

Halifax, N.S.: F. Reardon, glass and putty 90 11 

St. John, N.B.: 137 lb. galv. iron pipe, $32.88; installing 35 gal. boiler and repairing others, 

$38; sundry, $12.88 83 76 

Tracadie Lazarett. ($255.01)— 

Robertson, J. Co., Ltd.: 408 ft. galv. pipe, $38.84; sundry, $23.81 62 65 

Soeur Sormany: filling ice house, 28 d. labour, $60.20; 174 loads ice, $69.60 129 80 

Small payments: 150 lb. Dearborn water treatment, $16.50; repairs, $42.27; sundry, 

$3 . 79 62 56 

Williams Head, B.C.: H. G. Mitchell, care of water pipe line, June-Mar 150 00 

Total, carried to page V— 2 578 88 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Edifices federaux: Entretien. 

Amherst Public Building ($3,129.57)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Chapman', y., $499.96; care of clock, H. A. Webster, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $1,028.89; water, y., $32 1,060 89 

Fillmore, W. A., coal, 68-35 tons screened 444 27 

Holmes & Trenholme: caretaker's supplies, $52.18; 196 elec. lamps, $57.28; sundries, $5.50 114 96 

International Engineering Works: retubing boiler with charcoal iron tubes, as per contract, 

$460; sundry iepairs, $8.80 468 80 

Wood, C. V.: painting 9 letter and 2 parcel boxes, $35; painting, varnishing, whitening 
caretaker's quarters and Inland Revenue office, as per contract, $159.25; sundry 

repairs and material, $52.12 246 37 

Small payments: 225 elec. lamps, $21; hardware, glass, etc., $40.68; labour and repairs, 

$66; section with ends, $48; wood, $29; sundries, $39 . 64 244 32 

Annapolis Royal Entomological Laboratory: Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet and freight. . 66 25 

Annapolis Royal Immigration Building: T. H. Fortier, rent, y 180 00 

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V— 67 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices fMeraux: Entretien— Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 3, 375 82 

Annapolis Royal Public Building ($1,500.75)— 

Caretaker, J. MacKay, y 499 96 

Electric light, y., $198; water, 15 m. to June 1, 1918, $50 248 00 

Edwards, J. H., coal, 47-585 tons 403 85 

Wells, G.: hardware, paint, etc., $83.95; labour, 54f d., $161.35; lumber, $42.94 288 24 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $35.85; sundries, $24.85 60 70 

Antigonish Public Building ($2, 298 .82)— 

Caretaker, A. Beaton, y., $499.92; care of clock, A. Beaton, y., $50 549 92 

Electric light, 8 m. to Oct. 1, 1917, $142.70; telephone service, 3 m., $7.26 149 96 

Dunphy, J.: lumber, $40; plumber, 83| h., $45.75, helper, 40 h., $10; sundries, $6.45 102 20 

Haley, E., coal, 67-05 tons 502 88 

McDonald, R. A.: painting exterior wood and iron work of building, as per contract, 

$165; sundries, $5.35 170 35 

McGillvray, R., excavating a trench and laying a drain to a cesspool, and connecting 

same in the basement, as per contract 630 00 

Small payments: bailing of catch basins in basement, $48; caretaker's supplies, $19.67; 

100 elec. lamps, $34; repairing and material, $57.58; sundries, $34.26 193 51 

Arichat Public Building ($934 .49)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. A. DeRooch, y 150 00 

Fiott, P. J.: labour and repairs, $19.60; 4 stoves and pipes, $74.70; wood, $15; sundries, 

$40.42 149 72 

People's Gas Supply Co.: 12 cans carbide, $49; sundries, $16.51 65 51 

Spry, J. R.: hardware, glass, etc., $33.61; labour, 182 h., $62.60; lumber, $37.08 133 29 

Terrio, C. P., coal, 40 ton, Sydney 340 00 

Small payments: boiler section, $25; furnace repairs, $30; sundries, $40.97 95 97 

Baddeck Public Building ($931.50)— 

Caretaker,!). Munro, y., $499.96; McDonald, S. W., coal, 34-75 ton, $260.63 760 59 

McLeod, J. P. & Sons: caretaker's supplies, $26.87; kerosene oil, 254 gal., $62.38 89 25 

Small payments: hardware, glass, etc., $19.95; labour and repairing, $41.30; sundries, 

$20 41 : 81 66 

Bridgewater Public Building ($1,389.05)— 

Caretaker, T. Cohoon, y., $499.96; care of clock, F. B. Ernst, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, 1917, building, $248.97, street, $69.48; water, 1917, $31.50 349 95 

Elworthy, J. T., coal, 25-79 ton 232 12 

Newcombe, R.: putting in letter boxes as per contract, $40; sundries, $10.70 50 70 

Town of Bridgewater, elec. lamps, 65 60- watt, $39, 175 25-watt, $61 .25 100 25 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $25.40; repairing and material, $40.67; wood, 

8 cords, $40 106 07 

Canso Public Building ($1,481.55) — 

Caretaker, G. A. Pyche, y., $499.96; electric light, y., $268.46 768 42 

Sampson, J. F., plumbing materials, $41 49; labour, 105 h., $52.80 94 29 

Whitman, A. N. & Son: coal, 47 ton Acadia, $444.15; wood, 8 cord, $73; sundries, $32.67 549 82 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $27.66; grate bars, 1 set, $24.57; sundries, $16.79. . 69 02 

Dartmouth Marine and Fisheries Office: Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet and cards 21 30 

Dartmouth New Public Building ($1,640.28)— 

Caretaker, J. Renner, y., $450, care of clock, y., $50; electric light, $333.75 833 75 

Electrical Equipment Co., 250 tungsten lamps, and expressage ' 79 32 

Lahey, J. F., painting interior of building as per contract 150 00 

Misener, G. W.: building coal bin, as per contract, $65; sundry repairs, $30.85 95 85 

O'Toole, J. J.: fitting and supplying 12 copper screens, $28; sundries, $27.90 55 90 

Sterns, L. & Son: glass and labour, $21 .06; 36 shades, $185.35 206 41 

Teasdale Bros., caretaker's supplies 63 10 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $38.70; elec. supplies, $43.65; removing ashes, etc., 

$30 35; sundries, $43 25 155 95 

Dartmouth Old Public Building ($1,372.72)— 

Caretaker, L. C. Henley, y., $499.98; elec. light, y., $125.04; water, $12.67 637 69 

Dartmouth Coal and Supply Co. : coal, 24 ton, $192; wood, $7 . 20 199 20 

Misener, G. W.: labour, 288 h., $144; plastering, 8' 8 d., $36; sundry material for repairs, 

$76 53 256 53 

O'Toole, J. J., fitting furnace as per tender 260 00 

Small payments 19 30 

Digby Fish Inspector's Office: H. T. Warne, rent, 20 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 188 00 

Digby Public Building ($2,005.29)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Caines, y., $474 93; care of clock, J. M. Keen & Son, y., $50 524 93 

Electric light, y., $353 76; water, y., $64 417 76 

Dunn, R. L.: labour, 23£ d., $77.25, 21^ h., $7.45; material, $38.99; repairing building, 

as per contract, $335 458 69 

Van Blarcom, W. E., coal, 49f ton \ 422 88 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $35.79; charwork, $42; 71 elec. lamps, $35.50; 

labour and repairs, $49.74; privilege of laying sewer, $2; wood, $16 181 03 

Carried forward 17, 139 57 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices f6deraui: Entretien— Suite. 



Brought forward. 



$ cts. 



17,139 57 



Gla C^JM^ elee. light, y., $396.20; .water, 1917, $44 . ... . 1.040 20 
Cameron H. : cleaning and whitening ceilings, and varnish ing doors, as per tender, $195; 

mason 24 d., |120f helper, 39 d., $91.63; material, $44.35 4o0 98 

Dominion Coal Co., coal, 111-4 ton ; Q1 ^n 

Gtee Bay Cvcle and Motor Co.. plumbing material and repairs ... ....... ... • • • 91 50 

Thompson &'Sutherland. Ltd.: caretaker's supphes, $24.55; 114 elee. lamps, $54.75, ^ ^ 

Sn,Sl pnyments W re e moving Sowand ashes,' i&iO;' sundries,- $20 \ \ Y\ \ ! "10 

^^^iX^^V^mff. care o. clock W H^ucUey, y., $60 225 76 

£rt?£. ico.Tearttaklr's supplies. $44.05; carbide, 3 ton, $285; coal, 45 ton, $360; sundries, ^ ^ 

Peopfe'sGas Supply Co.; carbide; Vtai $95; freight; ».«. '. '. »«j « 

Small payments: repairs, $23; sundries, $23.00 

UM ^l^Tit^t Y ^ Co.: y cleaning, $18, light. ,12, rent, $225; rent for ^ ^ 

temporary quarters, 4 m. to Sept. 1, 191b, !rK>U 16 40 

Nova Sootia Furnishing Co., furniture 

Halifax Clerk of Works Office ($47.40)- 47 40 

Small payments: exchange service, y., $45, sundries, 3>z.4U 

Care of clock, Halifax Nautical Instrume f ^o., 3 m. . . • • • • 44 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-■^^■^ S3905 

■ luS^ 11 

$315.45 ,. 53 68 

S ran ^l„ C ie E H Ca D Co^eoKotonhard, $280, 222 ionsoft, $1,724 .50. '. \ ] \ . . \ YYYYYY. 2, 004 50 

SmaU p ayments: ' earetaker's ' supplies, " S3 3 ; 95; " cartage, 24 loads, $16.80; labour and ^ ^ 

repairs, $32.75; sundries, $40.09 

Halifax, Dennis Block ($9,467.70)— 50 00 

Caretaker, E. J. Wilson, 10 m : • • ■ • ■ ■■ ■ • • • v ■ • • v;:;' floors y $8,449; rent 

Dennis Realty Co.: elevator service, y., $611, lent, otli ana otn noors, y., * , ^ 4Qg g() 

" of 2 rooms, y. f $349.90 7 80 

Small payments. • • • • • • ■ • • ■ • 

Halifax Examining Warehouse ($2,849 40)— ... » 9 oo 65 1,003 65 

Caretaker, M. O'Neill, y., $720; cleaner L. Williams, y., $283.65 22g 00 

Gas, y., $155.40; water, y to Sept. 6, W1J. «2- 60 -_ : ■ • • ■ -f*"$ii6*25' " ' . 339 00 

Mackenzie, H. D. Co., coal, 17 ton hard, $222.75, 15 ton solt, *no.-o 1,200 00 

Walker, Estate Jas., rent, y.... .••••••• Y :" 'ioo'7* 78 75 

Small payments: elevator repairs, $45; sundries $33 75 166 67 

Halifax Fish Inspector's Office: Eastern Trust Co., rent, y 

^^^^ 8 Ch - S ' »* 2 deSkS ' $91 5 ° : WrieS : 190 50 

$29.50 ■•.••• : '.'.'. 41 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet. 

Halifax Immigration Buildings (£449.30)— 404 00 

MackenzieT H. D. Co., coal, 28 ton hard, $362, 5 .ton soft, $42 45 30 

Small payments: water, $43 .65; . sundries $1.65 „ 

Halifax Immigration Building, Pier No. 2 f™.*™^ of pier No . 2 , 8 m. to Mar. 18, 1918: , A , nQ , e 

Can ^r$5 G ™^ $225 - 51 1M98 15 

H «M :::: "SS 

Small payments ~ S^TS 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fMeraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 56,378 09 

Halifax North End Postal Station ($355.21)— 

Brucker, L., rent, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 140 00 

Kendrick, G. G., repairing, labour, 12 d., $64.80, materials, $10.45 75 25 

Walsh Bros.: labour, 70^ h., $42.30; 75 lights, $27.30; 45 lb. putty, $2.70; 16 sashes and 

93 lights, primed and glazed, $46 118 30 

Small payments 21 66 

Halifax Post Office ($13,615.66)- 

Caretaker, J. Handley, y., $720; elevatormen, y., L. W. Anderson, $720, L. Umlah, 
$720; firemen, y., J. Brennen, $720, J. de Young, $720, J. Oxley, $810.80; watchman, 

J. Hennessey, y., $720; charwomen and helpers, $1,304.50 6,435 30 

Electric light, y., $2,242.45, power, y., $676.02; fire protection, y., $500; water, Mar. 16, 

1917, to Mar. 7, 1918, $114.11 3,532 58 

Ahern Safe Co.: steel cabinet, $125; freight, $2.65 : . . 127 65 

Brookfield, S. M.: making and putting in place hardwood door, as per contract 125 00 

Brown, W. N., repairing, 4 mail waggons, $32.95, 3 trucks, $28.66 61 61 

Buckley Coal & Contracting Co., removing ashes, 84 h., $33.60, 42 loads, $31.50 65 10 

Carmichael, C. S. & Son: repairing, 104£ h., $52.25, material, $32.33 84 58 

Cunard, S. & Co., coal, 138-3 tons soft 1,094 90 

Farquhar Bros.: 375 electric lamps, $201.40; electrical supplies, $94.97; installing electric 
lighting, as per contract, $200; installing bell and light, as per estimate, $52; repairing, 

282 h., $126.20, material, $59.31 733 88 

Grant, A. J. & Co.: oil, 24 gal., $39.50; sundries, $17.56 57 06 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co.: 2 chairs, $10; davenport, $38.25; desk, $35 83 25 

O'Brien, J. W.: 62 blinds, $209.70; 60 fan lights, $54.28; labour, 82 h., $41; sundries, $8.55 313 53 

Perrier, G. A., installing lavatory, as per contract 55 00 

Plant, F. H.: 2 mail trucks, $110; freight, $12.52 122 52 

Taylor, Jas.: mason, 102| h., $61.50, helper, 84 h., $25.20; plumbing, $13.70; sundries, 

$10.46 110 86 

Thomson & Theakston: altering louvres in Observation Gallery, as per contract, $110; 
laying floor in attic and building partition, as per contract, $200; repairing truss, as per 

contract, $48.50; sundries, $14.83 373 33 

Small payments: brass sign, $35; caretaker's supplies, $40.46; glazing, supplying and 

putting in glass, $43.40; labour and repairs, $68.60; sundries, $52.05 239 51 

Halifax Registrar's Office ($1,390.07)— 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co.: 7 chairs, $65.12; 47 tables, $277.30 342 42 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 cabinets, $18; 13 steel sections with ends, $550; sundry ex- 

pressage, $79.65 647 65 

Reardon, F., painting walls and woodwork, and whitening ceilings and cornices, as per 

contract 400 00 

Halifax Savings Bank: Jas. Taylor, repairing 10 61 

Halifax Buildings Generally ($476.38)— 

Electrical Equipment Co.: tungsten lamps: 500 60-w.,$180; 500 40-w., $142.50; 500 25-w. 

$142.50 465 00 

Small payments, freight 4 19 

Stationery Office 7 19 

Inverness Public Building ($1,604.10)— 

Caretaker: D. R. Coady, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $466.63; J. A. McDonald, 1 m., $33.33. . . 499 96 

Electric light, 14 m., $384.30; water, 1917, $45 429 30 

Beaton, J. A.: labour, 13 d., $26; team, 7 d., $28 54 00 

Inverness Ry. & Coal Co.: coal, 44 tons, $210.50; sundries, $1.10 211 60 

Rankin, J., plumbing, 96 h., $33.60, material, $24.63 58 23 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $41.90; carpenters, 17 d., $51; glass, hardware, 
oil, etc., $29.76; repairing sidewalk, labour, 2U d-, $73, material, $36, team, $10; sundry 

labour and repairs, $56.55; sundries, $52.80 351 01 

Kentville Experimental Farm : electric light, y 225 43 

Kentville Public Building ($1,840.88)— 

Caretaker, W. Hiltz, y., $499.96; care of clock, W. E. Webster, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., and extra lighting service arrears, $374.33; water, y. to June 30, 1918, $50 424 33 

Dodge Coal & Produce Co., coal, 45-345 tons soft 346 88 

Kentville Coal Co., coal, 55-675 tons Springhill 445 73 

Small payments: hardware, paint, etc., $21.35; labour, $23.98; sundries, $28.65 73 98 

Liverpool Public Building ($1,155.45)— 

Caretaker, J. Clements, y., $499.96; electric light, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $169.14; water, 

y., $18 '. 687 10 

Southern Salvage Co., coal, 2 tons chestnut, $30, 42 tons Sydney, $336 366 00 

Small payments: electric lamps, $23.90; labour and repairs, $40.65; sundries, $37.80 102 35 

Carried forward 77, 051 88 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices f£d6raux: Entrctien— Suite . 

Brought forward 77, 051 88 

Lunenburg Public Building (81,750.69)— ,,,,„„„, „ Crt ._, M 

Caretaker, C. Dauphinee, y., $524.96; care of clock, J. S. Holland, y., $50 o74 96 

Electric light, y., $579.96; water, y., $59 638 96 

Anderson, A. H., coal, 40-665 tons soft . . . . . . . . . • . ......... . . . . ■ • • o80 22 . 

Small payments: boiler, $30; caretakers' supplies, $29.70; 100 electric lamps, $36.50; 

wood, $26; sundries, $40.35 162 55 

Nappan Experimental Farm: electric light, y., $251.87; coal, 10 tons round, $35 286 87 

New Glasgow Public Building ($1,890.12)— .«...«, .,j. .,«.*„ 

Caretaker, K. Forbes, y., $541.63; electric light, arc, y., $163.35, building, $424.60; water, 

y. to June 1, 1918, $100 1.229 58 

Acadia Coal Co.: coal, 52-7 tons at $7, 17-5 tons at $5 456 40 

Bent & Cohoon: caretaker's supplies, $30.75; 100 electric lamps, $35; hardware, $6.75. ... 72 oO 

Small payments: hardware, etc., $25; labour and repairs, $50.55; painting 10 street letter 

boxes, $35; sundries, $21.09 131 64 

North Sydney Engineer's Office ($615.25)— 

Trustees of Y.M.C.A., rent, y ' • • • 600 00 

Small payments: electric light, $1; exchange service, $5.25; water, 1917, $9 lo 25 

North Sydney Immigration Building ($143.16)— , , n .„ 

Campbell, H. G., coal, 25 tons ^ 00 

Small payments: electric light, y. to July 25, 1918 18 lo 

North Sydney Public Building ($1,971.19)- 

Caretaker, H. D. McMillan, y., $450; electric light, y., $604.09 I,0o4 09 

Campbell, H. G., coal, 75 tons iA~:*" 

Electrical Equipment Co., electric lamps: 25— 100 w., $17.75; 50— 60w., $18.50; 50— 40w., 

$15; 75—25 w., $22.50; express, $1 ■ • • • • • ' 4 75 

McPherson, A.: changing doors, as per contract, $45; glass, hardware, etc., $32.88; 

labour, $24.40 • • • ■ • •• • • ■ • • •• 102 28 

Thompson & Sutherland: caretaker's supplies, $55.94; hardware, oil, etc., $56.47; labour 

and repairs, $68.01; making furnace pipe and repairing furnace doors, as per contract, 

$42.50; wood, $24 , ;-^iJL :v 246 92 

Small payments: coal, $20; hinges, locks, $37.20; labour and repairs, $40.20; sundries, 

$20.75 118 lo 

Parrsboro Public Building ($2,055.10)— ^ rn '■ 

Caretaker, N. Phinney, y., $499.96; care of clock, A. S. Tucker, 2 y., $150 649 96 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 1, 1918, $270.10; water, y. to June 1, 1918, $52 322 10 

Berry, W. J., coal, 40 tons ■ ■ • ■ • 2S0 00 

Morris, S.: papering", painting and wainscoting interior of building, as per contract, $47o; 

sundries, $6.25 • • •• • ; ■ ■ 4bl 25 

Pierce, F. M.: furnace and plumbing repairs, 304 h., $98.80; hardware and sundry material, 

ggg 20 • '6o t)U 

Small payments: batteries', 77 dry cells,' $30.80; caretaker's supplies, $34.85; 100 electric 

lamps, $35.64; time service, 13 m. to Mar. 1, 1918, $32.50; wood, $20 lo3 79 

Pictou Custom House ($1,472.94)— 

Caretaker, F. J. Cole, y., $300; electric light, 9 m. to June 30, 1917, $16.21; water, U y. to 

Dec. 1, 1917, $75 391 21 

English, D. W., coal, 64-057 tons ' ■ ■ •••••• 416 37 

Holland Window Shade Co.: spring roller shades, 17 with patent stop pulleys and cord, 

$61.20, 11 with cord and tassels, $22 • • • ■ • ■ ■ • • ■ • °3 2U 

Mac Donald, Jas.: furnace pipe, $38.91; labour and repairs, $31.70; sundries, $12.55 83 lb 

McDonald, G. L.: building outside steps from basement, as per contract, $120; repairs, 

$36.20; sundries, $23.80 , ■ •.••;•• 180 00 

Munsie, S.: painting outside window frames, spouts, etc., and painting and varnishing 

doors, as per contract, $100; whitening ceilings of 3 storeys, as per contract, $108 <208 UU 

Nodes, G., cleaning grounds, 20 d 6(J UU 

Small payments: labour, $29; sundries, $22 M uu 

Pictou Public Building ($1,198.88)— „.«„>«, „ . 

Caretaker, N. Roach, y., $300, electric light, 8 m. to June 1, 1917, $152.68; water, U y- to 

Dec 1 1917 $75 

English,' D*. W.: 'coaU 48 tons^ $312;' sundries, $5.50 • • • 317 50 

Munsie, S.: painting interior as per contract, $275; painting 8 letter boxes, $25 6W W> 

Small payments: labour and repairs, $24.60; sundries, $29.10 ™ ' u 

Shelburne Public Building ($1,472.04)— &a0 

Caretaker: R. McKay, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $132.89; T. A. Nickerson, l\ m. $63; H. 

Swensburg, 8 m., $316.64 • nJ to 

Care of clock: J. F. McQuhae, y., $50; electric light, y., $275.13 ... ; 32o 13 

Robertson, M. S.: 100 electric lamps, $33; motor, 25 h. p., $45; sundries, $32.60 110 W 

Shelburne Shipbuilders, Ltd., coal, 50 tons, soft • • • • • to 70 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $26.08; labour, $26.35; sundries, $26.35 /B /a 

Carried forward 89,914 12 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fgderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 89, 914 12 

Springhill Public Building ($1,332.97) — 

Caretaker, N. MacPherson, y., $466.66; care of clock, M. R. Anderson, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 

1918, S45.83 512 49 

Electric light, y., $246.40; water, 1917, $30 276 40 

McKnight, G.: coal, 60 tons screened, $360; sundries, $6 366 00 

Weatherbee, J. E.: labour and repairs, $34.40; pipes and sundry hardware, $30.83 65 23 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $42.58; labour and repairs, $26.70; sundries, $43.57. 112 85 

Stellarton Post Office $1,270.89)— 

Biggar, A. C, making 528 lockkeys 105 60 

McQuarrie, J.: installing interior fittings as per contract, by McDonald & Bannerman, 

$600; installing plumbing and heating system by A. E. Hayman, $75; installing and 

repairing new additional interior fittings, $20 695 00 

Millar, W. G., rent, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 275 00 

Pritchard- Andrews Co.: 3 brass plates, $16; repairing, burnishing, etc., 2 brass grills, 4 

plates and 15 ornaments, $29; sundries, $6.37 ' 51 37 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $35.04; labour and repairs, $57.97; sundries, $50.91. . . 143 92 

Sydney Marine Agency ($540) — 

Sydney Post Publishing Co., rent, y., inspector's office, $360, sub-agent's office, $180 540 00 

Sydney Public Building ($2,672.03)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. M. Keefe, y., $529.96; cleaner, Mrs. J. Gibaud, y., $120; care of clock, 

G. A. Hault, y., $50 : 699 96 

Electric light, Mar. 23, 1917 to Mar. 27, 1918 644 00 

Bayer & Co.: plumbing repairs, $56.70; repairing and recovering furnace, as per contract, 

$357; sundries, $50.91 464 61 

Chapell Bros.: furniture, $34; sundries, $18.57 52 57 

Dominion Coal Co., coal, 93-25 tons 448 83 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., section with ends 50 00 

Rhodes, Curry Co.: repairing, 156 h., $72.51; sundries, $63.01 135 52 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $43.49; electrical supplies, $47.11; labour, $42.99; 

sundries, $42.95 176 54 

Sydney Mines Public Building ($2,889)— 

Caretaker, N. McAuley, y., $450; electric light, y. to Mar. 26, 1918, $389.11; water, 1917, $30 869 11 

Campbell, H. G., coal, 75 tons 375 00 

Mills, H. L.: labour, $40.50; painting interior as per contract, $550; painting 8 letter 

boxes, $16; repairing, mason, 135 h., $87.75, helpers, 856 h., $428; sundries, $35.05 1,157 30 

Thompson & Sutherland, Ltd.: caretaker's supplies, $19.74; copper, 78| lb., $54.95; 

hardware, paint, oil, etc., $54.01; labour and repairs, $56.85; lead, 233 \ lb., $51.37. ... 236 92 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $44.84; carting ashes, etc., $21.20; 100 electric 

lamps, $48.75; paint, etc., $41.95; labour and repairs, $56.20; sundries, $37.73 250 67 

Trenton Public Building ($997.36)— 

Brennan, H. C, Co., safe, $112; Humphreys, E. H., rent, Mar. 22, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918, 

$616.13 728 13 

Grant & Grant: erecting screen and fittings, as per contract, $115; sundries, $17.12 132 12 

Thornton & Truman, keys 60 75 

Small payments: furniture, $39.75; sundries, $36.61 76 36 

Truro Public Building ($2,720.81)— 

Caretaker, J. McLean, y., $499.92; elec. light, y., $422.08 922 00 

Taxes, 1917, general on site, $202.80, patriotic fund, $28; water rates, 1918, $32 262 80 

Chambers Elec. Lt. & Pr. Co.: 149 lamps, $73.71; work, $6.68 80 39 

Christie, W. J.: repairing gutters as per contract, $50; sundry repairs, $33.50 83 50 

Kent, J. H. & Co., coal, 110 ton lump 690 00 

Murray, W. K.: building post and pipe fence, as per contract, $70; carpenter, 133 h., $60.80; 
laying hardwood floor in lobby, as per contract, $152;. mason, 88 h., $52.80; sundries, 

$61.81 397 41 

Waller, H\: painting 7 letter boxes, as per contract, $28; repairing building, as per contract, 

$225 253 00 

Small payments, caretaker's supplies 31 71 

Westville Public Building ($1,583.93) — 

Caretaker, D. Mcintosh, y., $499.96; elec. light, Mar. 29, 1917 to Mar. 26, 1918, $204.02; 

water, y. to June 1, 1918, $21 724 98 

Hayman, A. E.: taking down and repacking hot water furnace, as per contract, $30; 

sundry repairs, $33.65 63 65 

Munro, A. R.: work on grounds: carpenter, 146J h., $73.10; cement, 98 bags, $68.60; 

labourer, 555 h., $166.50; sand, $38.60; team, 113 h., $33.90; sundries, $57.50 438 20 

Munro, G. E.: caretaker's supplies, $29.75; coal, 45 ton, $270 299 75 

Small payments: wood, $23; sundries, $34.35 57 35 

Weymouth Public Building, Thos. C. Rice, rent, y 100 00 

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V — 72 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fedcranx: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 104,021 11 

Windsor Public Building ($1,564.12) — 

Caretaker, J. A. Mosher, y., $499.92; care of clock, F. E. Harriott, y., $50 549 92 

Electric light, y., $316.62; water, y. to July 1, 1918, $50 366 62 

Dimock, F. W.: coal, 60 ton Springhill screened, $406.20; wood, $12.28 418 48 

Norris, C. V.: covering furnaces with asbestos, as per contract, $30; repairing, $27; sundries, 

$27.55 84 55 

Shaw, W. W.: 100 electric lamps, $40; repairing, $21.57 61 57 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $39.25; repairing, $30.73; sundries, $13 82 98 

Wolfville Public Building ($1,969.64)— 

Caretaker, R. Spicer, y., $499.96; care of clock, J. E. Herbin, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $262.55; water, 1J y. to July 1, 1918, $57 319 55 

Godfrey, F. W., painting and whitening ceilings and walls, as per contract 100 00 

Wheaton, A. M., coal, 57-5 ton soft 461 25 

White, H.: pointing stonework, 770 h., $385; sundries, $5 390 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $49.08; lumber, $42.30; sundries, $57.50 148 88 

Yarmouth Public Building ($2,541.30)— 

Caretaker, W. H. Whelan, y., $499.96; care of clock, W. H. Brown, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $647.19; gas, 6 m. to July 1, 1917, $13.10; water, $72 732 29 

Currier, R. W.: labour and repairing, $24.70; pipe, 134 lb., $26.80; renewing heaters as 

per contract, $50; sundries, $37.29 , 138 79 

. Killam Bros., coal, 72 ton Springhill 612 00 

Pettet, J. G., repairing east side of building, as per contract 75 00 

Reid, Chas.: labour, 21 d., $73.50; material, $43.80 117 30 

Smith, R. K.: glass, paint, putty, etc., $32.74; labour, $32.90; painting mail boxes, $15. . 80 64 
Wallace, J. A.: extending lights and furnishing fixtures, as per contract, $26.20; repairing 

and material, $37.94 64 14 

Small payments: 5 brass engraved plates, $17; caretaker's supplies, $30.42; glass, 

paint, etc., $19.15; making 217 keys, $43.40; renumbering p. o. boxes, $34.88; sundries, 

$26.33 , 171 18 

Charlottetown Clerk of Works Office, exchange service, y 24 00 

Charlottetown Custom House ($2,339.39)— 

Caretaker, Ed. Flynn, y., $674.97; charwomen, y., $171.50 846 47 

Electric light, Mar. 17, 1917 to Mar. 22, 1918, $13.70, arrears of Nov., 1916, $2.31; exchange 

service, y. to June 30, 1918, $70; water, 1917, $34 120 01 

Currie & Murnaghan: asbestos air cell covering, 360 ft., $99; labour and repairs, 154 h., 

$120.20; material, $71.78 290 98 

Full, G. E., coal, 99-19 ton Sydney 853 03 

Hogan's Sons, M. P., 7 storm sashes, 8' x 3' 6", painted, glazed and put in position. 77 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $42.20; caretaker's uniform, $25; clock and clock 

repairs, $17.75; renewing platform, $23.14; sundries, $43.81 151 90 

Charlottetown Dredge Superintendent's Office ($80.71) — 

Haszard, H., rent, Oct. 23, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918 <f 65 .63 

Small payments: electric light, 4 m. to Mar. 21, 1918, $2.55; sundries, $12.53 15 08 

Charlottetown Experimental Farm ($530.26) — 

Electric light, Mar. 24, 1917 to Mar. 28, 1918 94 35 

Lyons, C. & Co.: coal, 2-86 ton hard nut, $45.05, 40-515 tons Sydney, $353.96; truckage, 

etc., $7.60 406 61 

Small payments: lamps, $8.30; wood, $21 .* 29 30 

Charlottetown Food Controller's Office: C. G. Duffy, rent, 6 m., $33; table, $4 37 00 

Charlottetown Immigration Office ($176.21)— 

Royal Bank of Canada, rent, y 174 96 

Small payments, electric light, 5 m 1 25 

Charlottetown Post Office ($10,623.33)— 

Caretaker, A. McKenzie, y., $699.96, asst., J. Savidant, y., $691.63; charwomen and 

cleaners, y., $658.40; messenger, E. Cameron, y., $499.92 2,549 91 

Electric light, Mar. 19, 1917 to Mar. 28, 1918, $1,460.39; water, y., $225 1,685 39 

Charlottetown Lt. & Pr. Co.: wiring building, as per contract, $2,673, less $500 paid in 

1916-17, page V— 90, $2,173, extra wiring, $59.10; sundry labour and supplies, $22.45. . 2,254 55 

Committee of Queen Square Gardens, allowance for maintenance of grounds, 1917. 300 00 

Currie & Murnaghan: back section of hot water boiler, $121.33; labour, 6 d., $24; sundries, 

$8.90 154 23 

Higgins, L.: glass, $32; hinges, nails, etc., $94.95; labour and repairs, 751 h. $304.90; 

lumber, $57.80; painting and varnishing, $26.50; repairing p. o. boxes, $26.20; sundry 

repairs, $35.93 578 28 

Leigh & Fitzgerald: electric heater, $31.46; electrical supplies, $50.46; labour, 75 h., 

$36.85; 116 lamps, $94.40 213 17 

Lyons, C. & Co., coal, 192-245 tons Sydney 1,624 47 

McKenna, B.: removing ashes, 48 loads, $12; removing snow, 165 h.. $41.25 53 25 

McQuaid, J.: brooms and brushes, $42.70; soap, $36.90; sundry supplies, $69.25 148 85 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 steel sections with ends, $100; freight, $3.89 103 89 

Carried forward '. 122,949 73 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices f€deraux: Entreticn— Suite. 

Brought forward. . .'. 122, 949 73 

Charlottetown Post Office— Concluded. 

Paton's, Ltd.: cabinet, $114; 1 drawer section, $18, 2 bases and 2 tops, $19; 12 chairs, 
$25.35; 1 desk, $32; linoleum, 108^ yd., $169.05; 7 tables, $38.25; 1 typewriter desk, 

$42.50; sundries, $46.88 505 03 

Trainor, F. Hj copper, 96 lb., $66.89; labour and repairs, $89; sundry materials, $42.67. . 198 56 

Small payments: caretaker's uniform, $25; 3 door checks, $30; labour and repairs, $42.80; 
painting and varnishing, $41.80; painting 23 letter and 8 parcel boxes, $41.20; wood, 

5 cords, $42.50; sundries, $30.45 253 75 

Charlottetown Registrar's Office ($210.50)— 

Steel Equipment Co.: 4 cabinets, $160; ends, 2 pr., $20; expressage, $19.70 199 70 

Small payments 10 80 

Charlottetown Buildings Generally ($421.25)— 

Electrical Equipment Co.: electric lamps: 25, 200 w., $47.25; 75, 100 w., $74.25; 200, 60 

w., $72; 350, 40 w., $115.50; 350, 25 w., $105; express, $7.25 421 25 

Georgetown Public Building ($872.85)— 

Caretaker, A. D. McLellen, postmaster, y 120 00 

Currie & Murnaghan: installing lavatory, $59.50; sundries, $12.75 72 25 

Macdonald, J. A. & Co., coal, 67-415 ton : 566 28 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $40.18; labour, $48.70; sundries, $25.44 114 32 

Montague Public Building ($948.47)— 

Caretaker, H. L. Peardon, y., $219.96; electric light, y., $67.48 287 44 

Currie & Murnaghan: labour and repairs, 56 h., $28; sundry material, $22.29 50 29 

Mahar, J.: hardware and paint, $14.83; labour, $21.30; posts, etc., $31.20 67 33 

Poole & Thompson: caretaker's supplies, $22.40; coal, 48-87 ton soft, $412.96; sundries, 

$42 . 90 478 26 

Small payments: electric lamps, $20; water treatment, 1 keg, $16.50; sundries, $28.65 65 15 

Souris Public Building ($1,328) — 

Caretaker, R. F. St. John, y., $474.93; Keays, J., wood, 10 cd., $60 : 534 93 

Mathew & McLean: coal, 52-865 tons, Acadia screened, $475.78; hardware, $3.60 479 38 

McDonald, D.: carbide, l\ tons, $135; caretaker's supplies, $34.77 169 77 

McPhee, P.: hardware, glass, etc., $56.74; labour and repairs, $34.33 91 07 

Small payments, sundry labour 52 85 

Summerside Public Building ($2,182.37)— 

Caretaker, G. McPherson, y., $483.26; care of clock, H. R. Crockett, 31 m. to Mar. 31, 

1918, $129.17 612 43 

Electric light, y., $573.15; water, y., $45 618 15 

Holman, R. T.: coal, 76-975 tons Sydney screened, $654.29; sundries, $7.85 662 14 

Morrison & McDonald: grate and rings for furnace, $37.26; repairs, $25.28 62 54 

Strong, F. W.: caretaker's supplies, $58; glass, hardware., etc., $41.06 99 06 

Small payments: caretaker's uniform, $26.50; 50 electric lamps, $16.40; labour, $43.92; 

sundries, $41.23 : 128 05 

Tignish Public Building ($2,525.10)— 

Caretaker, J. M. Chiasson, y., $499.96; care of clock, A: A. Perry, 6 m., $25, L. S. Perry, 

6 m., $25 549 96 

Bernard, A.: labour and repairs, $75.75; supplying and erecting iron fence around the 

grounds, as per contract, $473; sundries, $47.88 596 63 

Currie & Murnaghan: belting, 27' oak tanned leather, $19.44; labour and repairs, $70.80; 

living expenses, $36; sundries, $41.11 167 35 

Gaudet, J. S.: labour and repairs, $41.55; material, $59.44 100 99 

Holman, R. T., coal, 62 tons Sydney screened 598 30 

Tignish Trading Co.: brooms, brushes, soap and sundry supplies, $101.40; gasolene, 222 

gal., $53; kerosene oil, 750 gal., $177.50; sundries, $58.90 390 80 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $25; labour and repairs, $42.75; rent of site, y. to 

May 1, 1918, $1; wood, $16; sundries, $36.32 121 07 

Bathurst Public Building ($1,378.30)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Doucet, y., $499.96; care of clock, F. O. Landry, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $185.71; water, 1917, $33 218 71 

Branch, A. C. & Co., coal, 50-048 tons, $450.43; Hinton, A., wood, 12 cd., $63 513 43 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $24.40; labour and repairs, $40.70; sundries, $31.10 96 20 
Campbellton Public Building ($2,195) — 

Caretaker, C. Watson, $483.26, care of clock, y., $50 533 26 

Electric light, y., $472.70, underpaid, 50c; water, y., $52 524 20 

English, A. H.: 2 sets grates, 2 grate bars, connecting rods, etc., $40.20; sundry plumbing 

repairs, $18.50 58 70 

Metzler, W. McD.: kalsomining and painting interior and painting exterior window frames 

and sashes, as per contract, $158; sundry painting, $23.75 181 75 

Plant, F. H.: mail truck, $80; freight, $6.27 86 27 

Shives, R. K., coal, 75-882 tons Springhill screened 645 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $30.97; 100 electric lamps, $35; furniture, $22.50; 

labour and repairs, $33.60; sundries, $43.75 165 82 

Campobello Fisheries Office: coal, $17.82; rent, 3 m., $30 47 82 

Carried forward 136, 016 73 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices fdderanx: Entretien— Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 136.016 73 

Chatham Public Building ($1,451.94) — 

Caretaker, C. Johnston, y., $341.66; electric light, y., $338.81; water, y., $23 703 47 

McDonald, H. B., coal, 65-94 tons soft 593 47 

McLean, A. C: supplying and installing basin and waste pipe, $25; sundry repairs, $31.38 56 38 

Small payments: labour and repairs, $42.25; sundries, $56.37 98 62 

Clair Immigration Office: T. J. Levesque, rent, 13 m. to Feb. 1, 1918 130 00 

Dalhousie Public Building ($1,103.13)— 

Caretaker, Wra. Gould, y., $491.59; electric light, y., $101.49; water, y., $26 619 08 

Powell, C, coal, 44-49 tons soft 400 41 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $33.34; labour and repairs, $24.90; sundries, $25.40 83 64 

Edmundston Immigration Office ($81) — 

Belanger, L. R., rent, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $45; Pelletier, J., rent, 3 m., $36 81 00 

Fairville Public Building ($1 ,201 .22)— 

Caretaker, A. Scott, y., $483.26; care of clock, A. B. Smalley & Son, y., $50 533 26 

Electric light, y., $108.23; water, 1917, $16.20. 124 43 

Colwell Fuel Co., coal, 42-845 tons Sydney 364 17 

Small payments: batteries, $18.90; caretaker's supplies, $33.46; clock repairs, $24; 
hardware, $26.60; rental of metallic circuit with St. John Custom House, y., $40; 

sundries, $36.40 179 36 

Fredericton Custom House ($1,639.13)— 

Caretaker, L. Yerxa, y., $499.92; electric light, y., arc, $108.90, building, $117.79; water 

and sewerage rates, y. to May 1, 1918, $81 807 61 

Brown, S. B.: painting storm sashes, inside and out, as per contract, $23.40; sundry 

interior and exterior painting, as per contract, $28.50 51 90 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., safe 176 00 

Wandless Bros.: changing smoke pipe stacks on boilers in basement, and putting a venti- 
lator from caretaker's kitchen to the roof, as agreed, $70; supplying and putting fire 
pot in No. 6| Daisy Boiler, as agreed, $196.75; sundry materials and labour, $90.89. . 357 64 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $28.17; cartage, $29.50; cleaning, $22; repairs to 
ceiling, roof and steps, $45; typewriter desk, $36.50; sundry labour and repairs, 

$36.40; sundries, $48.41 : : 245 98 

Fredericton Post Office ($4,762.84)— 

Caretaker, R. Biggs, y., $583.32; charwoman, Mrs. J. Wright, y., $120; care of clock, 

R. Biggs, y., $50 753 32 

Electric light, y., $960; water, y. to Nov. 1, 1917, $40.99 1, 000 99 

Brown, S. B.: painting 30 letter and 7 parcel boxes, as per contract, $53.80; sundries, 

$12.50 66 30 

Lemont & Sons, Ltd.: cabinet and sections, $40.25; 12 chairs, $42.35; 2 desks, $28.60; 

table, $27.50; sundries, $37.85; less goods returned, $16.75 159 80 

Morrison, S. L.: coal, 39 tons soft at $9.25, $360.75, 216.9 tons soft at $8.25, $1,789.43 2, 150 18 

Nichols, A. D.: cartage, 108 loads ashes, snow, etc 54 00 

Plant, F. H.: mail truck, $80; freight, $6.27 86 27 

Staples, W. A.: installing additional lights in building, as per contract, $240; 112 tungstens, 

$34.20; sundry repairs and material, $32.29 306 49 

Wandless, R. H.: boiler grates, $43.36; sundry repairs, $29.23 72 59 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $40.34; labour and repairs, $42.75; sundries, $29.81 112 90 

Grand Falls Public Building ($1,464.22)— 

Caretaker, J. Estabrooke, y., $499.96; care of clock, F. I. W T ade, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $129.43; water, y. to Nov. 1, 1918, $32 161 43 

White, J. L.: caretaker's supplies, $24.16; coal, 46-41 tons, $556.92; 8 window shades, 

$16.40 597 48 

Small payments: 62 electric lamps, $21.95; labour and repairs. $43.30; wood, 11£ cd., 

$61.25; sundries, $28.85 > 155 35 

Hampton (Ossekeag) Public Building ($1,021.98)— 

Caretaker, G. H. Barnes, y., $499.96; care of clock, A. Poyas, y., $50 549 96 

Smith, J. W.: caretaker's supplies, $19.19; coal, 41| tons Springhill screened, $332; sun- 
dries, $45.05 396 24 

Small payments: labour and repairs, $21.85; privilege of using I. C. R. water pipe, y., 

$25; sundries, $28.93. . _ 75 78 

Hartland Public Building ($1,211.75) — 

Caretaker, J. W. Adams, y., $499.92, care of clock, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $37.50 537 42 

Burtt Hardware Co., coal, 49-92 tons soft / 466 75 

Estey & Curtis Co., carbide, 1 -0582 ton 89 95 

Small payments: carbide, 1,200 lb., $49.20; digging trench and laying sewer pipe, $25; 

labour, $17; sundries, $26.43 117 63 

Hillsborough Public Building ($783.73)— 

Caretaker, R. Slater, y., $499.96; gas, heating and lighting, from April 1, to Dec. 31, 

1917, and from Feb. 1 to Mar. 31, 1918, $233.52 733 48 

Steeves, J. & Son: caretaker's supplies, $20.40; labour and repairs, $29.85 50 25 

McAdam Junction Post Office: F. H. Plant, 2 mail trucks and freight 116 30 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fe"deraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 150,983 97 

Marysville Public Building ($383.09)— 

Caretaker, J. Inch, y., $150; water, 30 weeks to Nov. 1, 1917, $30 180 00 

Wandless Bros.: taking off old and putting new 12" smoke pipe stack on boiler in base- 
ment, as per contract, $30; sundry repairs, $31.90 61 90 

Small payments: carbide, $30.75; caretaker's supplies, $27.90; labour and repairs, $34.15; 

sundries, $48.39 141 19 

Milltown Public Building ($906.99)— 

Caretaker, C. M. McBeans, y., $499.96, care of clock, 3 m. to Nov. 1, 1917, $12.50 512 46 

Electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 25, 1918, $222.09; water, 9 m., $12.25 234 34 

MacVay, J. & Son, coal, 4 tons nut 52 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $19.35; 62 electric lamps, $20.40; wood, $22; 

sundries, $46.44 108 19 

Moncton Public Building ($2,396.27)— 

Caretaker, E. B. Hicks, y., $450; cleaner, Mrs. E. Berry, y., $180 ' 630 00 

Electric light, Mar. 21, 1917 to Mar. 25, 1918, $444.87; gas heating, Mar. 21, 1917 to Mar. 

25, 1918, $723.73; water, y. to June 1, 1918, $134 1,302 60 

LeBlanc, P. N.: 2 racks, $48; repairing trucks, as per contract, $36; sundries, $13.65 97 65 

Melanson, S. D., cleaning, putting on and taking off storm windows, 156 h 54 60 

Perry, G. F.: 200 electric lamps, $70; sundries, $16.41 86 41 

Small payments: changing door and window, as per contract, $45; hardware, $19.90; 

plumbing repairs, $36.57; table, $16; 7 trucks, $49; sundries, $58.54 225 01 

Newcastle Public Building ($2,398.29)— 

Caretaker, E. W. Keating, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $437.45, P. Keating, 2 m., $83.32; care 

of clock, H. Williston, y„ $50 570 77 

Electric light, y., $630.45; water, 1918, $35. . • . 665 45 

Anderson, R. G., & Son, making .varnishing and putting in place stamp window in lobby, 

as per contract 65 00 

Ferguson, J. & Sons: caretaker's supplies, $52.05; sundries, $20.20 72 25 

Jardine, J., excavating and relaying sewer from building to main sewer, as per contract 75 00 
• McCormack, W. J.: painting walls and ceilings of interior, as per contract, $50; painting 

8 letter boxes, $20; sundries, $6 76 00 

Stothart Mercantile Co.: coal, 89 tons, soft, $711; 48 electric lamps, $19.60 730 60 

Small payments: cartage, $23.50; hardware, $41.87; labour, $34.48; sundries, $43.37. .. . 143 22 

Norton Railway Station: F. H. Plant, standard truck and freight 61 21 

Richibucto Public Building ($1,227.79)— 

Caretaker, G. Holleran, y., $499.96; electric light, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $76 575 96 

Forbes, W. E.: caretaker's supplies, $44.73; repairs and material, $34.70 79 43 

O'Leary, R., coal, 62 tons soft 523 90 

Small payments: wood, $22; sundries, $26.50 48 50 

Sackville Railway Station: painting truck 8 00 

Sussex Public Building ($1 , 432.92)— 

Caretaker, T. Coggon, y., $499.96; electric light, y., $178.57; water, 1917, $58 736 53 

Fairweather, W. S.: labour, $39.10; pipes, elbows, etc., $31.35; sundry material, $18.36.. 88 81 

Sussex Mercantile Co.: coal, 60 tons soft, $525; sundries, 83c 525 83 

Small payments: labour and repairs, $33.10; wood, $26; sundries, $22.65 81 75 

St. John Custom House ($13, 198.68) — 

Caretaker, N. J. Morris, y., $865; cleaners, R. Bent, $101.29, S. Cunningham, $320, M. 
Good, $66, K. Vickery, $142.50, R. Walsh, $146.75, A. Wilson, $284; elevatorman, 
D. D. MaeKellar, y., $755; firemen, J. T. Logan, y., $790, D. Monaghan, 3 m., $150, 
L. K. Parks, 7-3 m., $509.35, R. A. Thomson, 1-3 m., $64.51, C. White, y., $790; 

messenger, J. C. Grant, y., $625 5, 609 40 

Electric light, y., $502.46, power, y., $183.30; gas heating, y., $21.80 707 56 

Exchange service, y., offices, $141, residences, $39.50; y. rental of lots in Duke Ward, 

$22; water, y., $1,623.17 1,825 67 

Dominion Coal Co., coal, 305-695 tons, $2,369.14; Goldie & McCulloch, safe, $865 3,234 14 

McGowan, H. L. & L. T.: glass, putty, etc., $28.70; labour, $23.75 52 45 

Moses, A. G., excavating and clearing sewer, laying pipe and refilling 58 40 

Porter, W. J., carting ashes, rubbish, etc 67 00 

Pratt, H. J.: cleaning 436 windows, $242.92; labour and repairs, $57.30; sundries, $25.09. 325 31 

St. John Iron Works: hardware, etc., $22.21; labour, $40.80 63 01 

Starr, R. P. & W. F., coal, 40-18 tons broken, $522.34, 5 tons nut, $77.50, 1 ton reserve, ' 

$8.25 ; 608 09 

Thorne, W. H., & Co.: hardware, paint, etc., $41.93; 2 trucks, $46.50; sundries, $32.38 . 120 81 

Wilson, J. E., fitting on metal work and covering, as per contract 93 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $24.50; electrical supplies, $45.05; furniture, $75.50; 
labour and repairs, $120.08; window shades and tops, $27.94; wood, $34.35; sundries, 
$106.42 433 84 

Carried forward 172, 997 21 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fGderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 172, 997 21 

St. John Immigration Buildings ($4,241.32)— 

Electric light, y., $603.04; Colwell Fuel Co., coal, 30-655 tons egg, $404.94 1,007 98 

Dominion Coal Co., coal, 260-66 tons, egg, at $8.15 2, 124 38 

Gibbon, J. S., coal, 77-63 tons hard, at $13.75 1,067 41 

Small payments, cartage 41 55 

St. John Naval Transport Office ($90.22)— 

Small payments: rent, 2 m., $41.68; wiring and supplying electrical fittings, $42; sundries, 

$6.54 90 22 

St. John New Post Office ($14,479.98)— 

Caretaker, J. Scott, y., $680; cleaners, y., W. Beckingham, $562.50, I. Carlin, $720, 

H. R. Garity, $630; elevatormen, y., J. Beckwith, $705, W. H. O'Neil, $755; A. 

Stephens, $715; engineers, y., G. Elliott, $900, F. Napier, $790; charwomen, y., $644. 7,101 50 
Electric light, y., $1,617.36, power, y., $871.35; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $657.79. . . . 3,146 50 

Andrews & Wilson, painting and repairing 8 trucks, as per contract 70 30 

Hurley, J. H.: 400 fire brick, $28; repairs and sundry material, $26.10 54 10 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $47.50; freight, wire, etc., $14.19 61 69 

Dominion Coal Co., coal, 324-74 ton at $7.75 2,516 73 

Eastern Electric Co.: electric lamps: 14 200— w., $38.53; 75 40— w., $29.35; sundry, $14.25 82 13 

Everett, A. E.: cabinet, $46.80; 7 chairs, $38.60; desk, $48.60; rug, $46.80; table, $17; 

sundries, $30.15 227 95 

Manchester Robertson Allison, Ltd.: 3 cap units with base and ttip, $56.25; desk, $26; 

sundries, $22.95 105 20 

Plant, F. H.: truck, $65; freight, $2.49 67 49 

Pratt, H. J.: building oak partition in Inspector's office, as per contract, $190; building 

wire partition in basement, as per contract, $98; repairs, $24.85 312 85 

Secord, A., carting ashes, 775 brl .« 77 50 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: caretaker's supplies, $80.60; hardware, paint, etc., $47 127 60 

Webb & Son, H.: 3 buzzers installed with push buttons, as per contract, $40; electrical 

supplies, $68.65; labour, $32.60 141 25 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $40.69; cartage, $37.50; electrical supplies, $22.25; 

hardware, etc., $47.21; labour and repairs, $133.41; truck, $40; sundries, $66.13 387, 19 

St. John Old Post Office ($5, 115.12)— 

Caretaker, T. Killen, y., $600; elevatorman, E. Haney, y., $780; engineers, B. H. 

McNulty, 4-1 m., $289.33, J. Wolfe, 8 m., $560; charwomen, y., $443.71; care of clock, 

G. D. Martin, y., $80 2,753 04 

Electric light, y., $342.21; exchange service, 3 m., $19.58; rent of clock circuit, y., $10; 

water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $435.75 ' 807 54 

Dominion Coal Co., coal, 82-12 tons at $7.75 636 44 

Everett, A. E.: desk, $32.50; sundries, $21.25 53 75 

Gibbon & Co., J. S., coal, 19-57 tons hard, at $9.15 179 07 

Manchester Robertson Allison Ltd.: 3 cap units with base and top, $58.50; sundries, 

$21.80 80 30 

Pratt, H. J.: cleaning 164 windows, $73.80; sundries, $8.95 82 75 

Starr, R. P. & W. F., hard coal, 18-55 tons at $14.50, 1 ton at $14.75 . . 283 72 

Small payments: 6 barrels, $25.50; cable, 190' wire, $31.35; caretaker's supplies, 

$26.87; electrical supplies, $21.99; paint, etc., $40.73; labour and repairs, $52.45; 

sundries, $39.62 238 51 

St. John Quarantine Station ($3,566.10) — 

Caretaker, F. Hargrove, y., $720; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $2,846.10 3,566 10 

St. John Registrar's Office ($420.85)— 

Christie Wood Working Co.: 28 tables, $133; sundries, $13.75 146 75 

Steel Equipment Co.: 5 cabinets, $200; 2 ends, $10; express, $18 . .228 00 

Small payments, office furniture 46 10 

St. John Savings Bank ($1,630.25)— 

Caretaker, M. Gillespie, y., $77; electric light, y., $12; gas, y., $232.83; water, 15 m. to 

Mar. 31 , 1918, $61.50 383 33 

Burley, J. H. : pointing and plastering as per contract 50 00 

Gibbon & Co., J. S.: coal: 9-88 tons hard, at $13.75; 6-065 tons hard, at $9.50; 43-105 

tons stove at $13.75; 1 ton Sydney, $10 796 17 

Staples, A. G., whitening walls and ceilings of interior, as per contracts 169 00 

Small payments: 6 chairs, $22.50; electric wiring, $24; 15 grate bars, $23.40; labour and 

repairs, $66.63; linoleum, $38.50; sundries, $56.72 231 75 

St. John West Post Office ($1,080)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. C. Leonard, y., $499.96; care of clock, C. R. Clark, y., $65 564 96 

Electric light, y., $126.74; water, 1917, $10.50 137 24 

McGivern, J. S., coal, 14-88 tons nut ..- 223 20 

Pearce, W. A.: alabastining, painting and whitening walls and ceilings, as per contract, 

$60; sundries, $10 70 00 

Small payments: plumbing, $25; repairs, $39.50; sundries, $20.10 84 60 

St. Leonard Customs Office : 3 chairs 13 90 

St. Stephen Custom House: electric light, April 1 to Sept. 22, 1917 11 60 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ eta. 

Edifices federaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Drought forward 203, 646 55 

St. Stephen Immigration Office ($159.44)— 

Johnson, D., rent, y., $150; water, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1917, $9.44 159 44 

St. Stephen Post Office ($1,413.77) — 

Caretaker, Wm. Evans, y., $549.96; electric light, y., $261.70; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 

1918, $98.81 910 47 

MacVay & Son, J., coal; 26 tons, egg, $325, 5 tons nut, $63.75 388 75 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $19.20; coal, 4 tons, $36; painting 11 letter boxes, 

$22; wood, 5 cd., $22.50; sundries, $14.85 114 55 

Tracadie Lazaretto ($5,380.75)— 

Firemen: A. Arseneault, 8-5 m., $401.93; D. Gautreau, y., $810 1,21193 

Basque, D., wood, 30 cd. soft 112 50 

Bourgeois, E. J. M.: wood: 18 cd. hard, $72; 8 cd. soft, $28 100 00 

Brideau, T., wood, 129 cd. hard, $745, 10 cd. soft, $55 800 00 

Coughlan, J. C: wood, 50 cd. hard, $250; Losier, T., wood, 25 cd. hard, $125 , 375 00 

McGraw, H., firewood, 10 cd 55 00 

Stothart Mercantile Co., coal, 139-88 tons hard, $2,377.95, 20-5 tons soft, $225.50 2,603 45 

Small payments: gas, 12 cylinders, $24; wood, 5 cd. hard, $27.50, 16 cd. soft, $58.50; 

sundries, $12.87 122 87 

Woodstock Public Building ($2,155.02)— 

Caretaker, A. Atherton, 1 m., $37.50, H. Atherton, 10 m., $375, H. Way, 1 m., $37.50; 

care of clock, A. B. Atherton, y., $75 525 00 

Electric light, y., $287.32, arrears, $24.41; water, y. to Nov. 1, 1917, $34 345 73 

Allingham, R. L.: alterations on building, as per contract, $375; sundries, $3 378 00 

Berryman, F. E.: repairs, $37.75; wood, $29 66 75 

Fleming Coal and Wood Co.: coal, 2-1 ton nut, $28.35; 33-1 ton stove, $446.85; wood, 

$30 75 505 95 

Pickel, F. r!:" hardware, solder,' etc., $33.95; labour,' $27 . 30 . '. '. '. '. . . . . . . . '. .... '. . . . . . ..'..'.'. 61 25 

Tompkins, A. H., hardwood, 5 cd., 16" ., 60 00 

Small payments: 148 electric lamps, $54.90; hardware, pipes, etc., $35.44; labour and 

repairs, $61 .85; wood, $19; sundries, $41 . 15 212 34 

Maritime Provinces Generally ($985.91)— 

Travel and outlay: W. Bishop, $597.45; D. D. McDuff, $147.75; D. H. Waterbury, $185.01. . 930 21 

Small payments, telegraph and telephone tolls 20 08 

King's Printer, $15.07; Stationery Office, '$20. 55 35 62 

Acton Vale Public Building ($947.56)— 

Caretaker, F. X. Beauregard, y., $499.92; light, 12 m., $143.05; water rates, $28 670 97 

Mong'eau, V. J., 23-165 ton egg coal at $9.50 220 07 

Hardware, $24.22; 5 gal. dos-all, $7.50; repairs, $2; wood, 4 cd. hard, $10, 8 soft, $12.80 56 52 

Armstrong Customs and Immigration Building — 

Roberge, Jos.: 15 cd. hard wood, $37.50; 5 cd. soft wood, $10 47 50 

Arthabaska Public Building ($1,366.16) — 

Caretaker, E. O. Belleau, y., $499.96; care of clock, E. T. Belleau, y., $50 549 96 

Giroux, J. E. C, 3 iron grills, to post office windows 60 00 

Pepin & Son, L. O., 36-013 ton egg coal at $10 360 13 

Electric light, 12 m., $173.12; water, 12 m., $100 273 12 

Two baskets, $12.60; 5 gal. dos-all, $7.50; supplies, $19.78; hardware, $21.32; repairs, 

$2.50; varnish, $21 .25; 16 cord wood, $38 122 95 

Asbestos Post Office, La Cie, Artistique et Financiere d'Asbestos, rent, 12 m 200 00 

Aylmer Public Building ($848 .39)— 

Caretaker, A. Malherbe, 12 m., $99.96; water supply, 15 m., $62.25 162 21 

Aylmer Coal and Supply Co.: 25 ton coal, $237.50; 18 cord wood, $115.50; sundry, 75c 353 75 

Hull Electric Co., lighting, April-Jan., Mar 198 00 

Hardware, $4.05; lamps, $16.22; labour, $49.50; repairs, $12.93; supplies, $39.73; wood, 

$12 134 43 

Beauharnois Public Building ($711.36)— 

Leduc, F. X., 13-43 ton coal at $9.50 127 59 

Leduc & Fortin: rent, April-July, $93.75, Aug. 1-Mar. 31, $196.67; part rent of post- 
master's quarters, 6 m., $5; moving fixtures to new building and sundry repairs, 

$140.31; door check, $15; table, $8; sundry, $8.15 466 88 

Coal oil, $5.22; glass, $10.75; 50 lamps, $13.50; light, Oct. 1-Mar. 31, $38.04; 6 shades, 

$22.50; wood, $15; sundry, $11.88 116 89 

Berthierville Public Building ($365.76)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Rocray, 12 m., $75; coal, F. C. Lamarche, 13 ton, $126.75 201 75 

Labour, $4.13; 35 lamps, $10.40; light, $39.23; 5 gal. dos-all, $7.50; repairs, $5; stove, 

$12.50; supplies, $11.25; 150 lb. water treatment, $16.50; 7 cord wood , $57 . 50 164 01 

Black Lake Post Office, A. Larochelle, rent, 12 m 150 00 

Brownsburg Post Office, A. McAllister, rent, 12 m 99 96 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fgde"raux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 218,478 13 

Buckingham Public Building ($717.86)— 

Caretaker, T. F. Bisson: services, 12 m., $199.92; outlay, freight, $34.56; sundry, 

$18.07 252 55 

Hartt & Adair, 24 ton hard coal at $8.55 ! 205 20 

Twenty-five lamps, $7.85; light, 6 m. to Jan. 1, 1918, $63; repairs, $40.51; supplies, $22.05; 

galv. iron tank, $35; water, y. to July 1, 1917, $37.20; 12 cd. wood, $54.50 260 11 

Cacouna Public Building, T. Dionne, rent, 12 m 50 00 

Cap Rouge Experimental Farm ($669.05)— ■»'«,--». 

Coal: Gignacetfils,2tonat$14,4-25at$15,lat$17; Hartt & Adair, 26-35 ton at $9.70. . . 364 35 

Labour: H. Bertrand, $285.34; A. Trudel, $19.36 304 70 

Chicoutimi Public Building ($2,402.47)— 

Caretaker, G. A. Blais, y., $549.96; care of clock, W. Gauthier, y., $50 599 96 

Cote, Boivin & Co.: coal, 35 ton at $10, 4-3 at $14.50; sundry, $17.86 430 20 

Guay, Ovide: labour, $27.50; 100 ft. pipe, $18; sundry, $16.20 61 70 

Saguenay Electric Light and Power Co.: care of arc lamps, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1917, $50; 
current for arc lamps, 15 m. to Oct. 1, 1917, $100; current supply, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 
1918, $530.50; 2 nitrogen lamps and fixtures, $65; water, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1917, $225; 

sundry, $19 . 13 9 £9 6J 

Town of Chicoutimi: water, 3 m. to Mar., 1918, $75; sundry, $13.40 88 40 

Tremblay, V. N., 8 cords wood at $9 72 00 

Fifty lamps, tungsten, $17.50; supplies, $38.08; telephone rentals, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1917, 

$105 IQ0 58 

Coaticook Public Building ($1,468.44)— 

Caretaker, I. Baldwin, y., $499.92; Cummings & Son, 18 cords wood, $63. 7o, sundry, 

§10 573 67 

Hall & Ailard: : basin', $32;' glazing, $21.70; repairs, $73.93; caretaker's supplies, $32.79; 

tank $18 

Smith &'Sons,' B. J.', coai, voucher outstanding 341 13 

Town of Coaticook: electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1918, $257.52; sundry, $10.55 268 07 

Labour, $20; repairs, $19.90; 8 shades, $12; caretaker's supplies, $13.75; 150 lb. water 

treatment, $16.50; water, 6 m. to June, 1917, $25 107 15 

Compton Public Building: Municipal Council of Village of Compton: rent, 12 m., $110; glazing, 

$5.25 115 25 

Cookshire Public Building ($1,035.88)— nA 

Caretaker, S. Wright, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 499 96 

Osgood & Sons, S.J. : 25-98 ton coal at $11; sundry, $1.95 287 71 

Westbury El. Light & Power Co.: light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $138.32; repairs, $3.85. .. . 142 17 
Flowers, etc., $11.54; water, y., $20; 150 lb. water treatment, $16.50; 8 cords wood, $48; 

sundry, $10 106 ° 4 

Drummondville Public Building ($1,660.93)— ■ 

Caretaker, F. X. Lemaire, $699.96; water rates, 3 yrs., to July 1, 1917, $75. .... . ... ... . . 774 96 

Gendron, J. A.: coal, egg, 20 ton at $10.80, 2-165 ton cannel, $22.84; 1,400 lb. coke, $7 56. . 246 40 

Julien-Lambert Co.: 2 cyl. locks, $19; door check, $9.85; 5 plates, $21.25; sundry, $23.75 . 73 85 
Southern Canada Power Co.: light, 12 m. to Mar. 6, 1918, $94.02; 3 lamp standard, 

I30Q 4U0 UZ 

Repairs ,'$80 .'45;' caretaker's supplies', $16.75;' -150 tungstens, $40; wood, $24; sundry, $4.50 165 70 

Dudswell Junction, painting letter box ° 75 

Dundee Custom House ($458.72)— 

Bicknell, J. D.: scraping floors, $32.50; renewing wall paper and repairing walls, $108.65. . 141 15 

Keefe, W. S. H.: light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $63; repairs, $5.29 68 29 

Matthews, A. S., coal, 4 ton nut at $9.25, 8 ton stove at $9 o? V? 

Taillon, W. C: wood, $51; sundry supplies, $30.14 ... y^'lA ?J J 7 

Heater, pipes, etc., $26.95; repairs, $13.04; caretaker's supplies, $9.75; seeds, $9.40 59 14 

East Angus Public Building ($1,546.32)- ,««.«« WQO , 

Caretaker, A. John, y., $499 96; care of clock, A. H. Ferland, 1917, $50 549 96 

Cameron, W., grading, filling and sidewalk ! JJJJ 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, -$52. 25; sundry, $6.08 - - - • - • • 58 66 

Julien-Lambert Co.: ash sifter, $12.75; lawn mower, $13; 5 gal. floor varnish, $21.25; 

sundry, $19. 10 ™> 1 

Laramee, E., 17 cords wood at $4 J» "" 

Planche & Son: coal, 22-07 ton at $10, 5-685 at $11; sundry, $12.95 £>o 18 

Westbury El. Lt. & Power Co.: light, 12 m., $299.20; repairs, $4.10 30o 30 

Weston & Little: plumbing, $65 20; repairing doors, $9 l-oi 

Repairs, $2. 15; caretaker's supplies, $23. 10 Za *° 

Farnham Public Building ($526 25)— ; 

Caretaker, J. Belanger, y., $300; wood, A. Giroux, 14 cords, $66 dob uu 

Town of Farnham: light, July-Mar., $67.95; water, 12 m., $20 87 95 

Sleigh, $48; caretaker's supplies, $13.96; sundry, $10.34 <* 6U 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fe"de>aux: Entreticn— Suite. 

Brought forward 229, 130 05 

Fraserville Public Building ($1,536.98) — 

Caretaker, E. Dube, 12 m., $499.96; Ouellet, P., 12 cords wood, $82 581 96 

Bernard, A., sundry repairs to interior 217 05 

City of Fraserville: light, 12 m., $169.89; water, 12 m., $200 , 369 89 

Fraserville Coal Co., 20-53 ton coal at $12.50 256 66 

Cartage, $6; repairs, $16.30; sawing wood, $24; caretaker's supplies, $23.16; water treat- 
ment, $17.96; wood, $24 Ill 42 

Granby Public Building ($1,783.49)— 

Caretaker: W. Bourgeois, April- Oct., 7 m. at $41.66; G. W. Fayers, Dec-Mar., 4 m. 

at $41 . 66 458 26 

Barre & Charron: screen over letter-box screen, 38 ft. long, 6 ft. high, $178.60; sundry, 

$17. 68. : 196 28 

Beauchemin et fils, sundry caretaker's supplies 73 68 

Phoenix & Girard: 35 ton coal at $9; 3 chairs, $12 327 00 

Southern Canada Power Co.: light, June 29-Mar. 8, $93.54; electrical work, $45.79 ' 139 33 

Topp, & Co., Wm.: platform, $28.75; sundry plumbing, $139.73 168 48 

Village of Granby: light, 6 m. to June 29, $79.86; water, 12 m.', $150 229 86 

Small payments: carting ashes, $13.50; cleaning, $17.70; cupboard, $20; 70 lamps, $18.60; 
ruberoid matting, $16; repairs, $40.30; 9 fly screens, $4.50; caretaker's supplies, $11.25; 

wood, $48 . 75. . . 190 60 

Hull Public Building ($2,393.64)— 

Caretaker, T. J. Madore, $150; Hull Coal Co., 40 ton coal at $9.50 530 00 

Bisson, E. R.: taking down 70 ft. of wall, rebuilding in cement, pointing both sides, etc., 
$385.30; 1,040 sq. ft. of paving in yard, $104; repairing slate roof, $185; sundry 

repairs, $157.75; detailed in 1916-17, V— 29, $395.90 1,227 95 

City of Hull: removing snow, $10.48; street sprinkling, $21 .80; taxes, $335.66 367 94 

Ottawa Electric Co., light, 12 m. to Mar. 14, 1918 109 19 

Door set, $15; electrical energy, Feb., 1918, $18; labour, $10; 163 lamps, $49.53; repairs, 

$41.08; wood, $15; sundry, $9.95 158 56 

Hull, Military Service Registrar ($159.10)— 

Oliver & Sons, J.: 25 chairs, $16.25; 14 tables, $56.80 .' 73 05 

Three card cabinets, $22.50; 12 chairs, $9; rug, $16.50; 2 tables, $9.75; hat-tree, $4.50; ward- 
robe, $13.50; sundry, $10.30 86 05 

Huntingdon Post Office: O'Connor Bros., rent, 12 m 675 00 

Iberville Public Building ($693.67)— 

Caretaker, A. Courtois, 12 m., $480; Donaghy, J., 12-22 ton coal, $109.98 589 98 

Light, 12 m., $28.52; repairs, $10; water, yr., $38; supplies, $27.17 103 69 

Isle Verte Engineer's Office: Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 4-dr. cabinet and pr. ends 56 51 

Joliette Public Building ($2, 531.59) — 

Caretaker, A. Ratel, 12 m., $559.92; care of clock, J. A. Vigneault, yr., $50 609 92 

Bolduc, E., 54-72 ton coal, at $9.25; Courchesne & Chaput, supplies., etc., $51.83 557 99 

Town of Joliette: light, 12 m., $249.56; water, 12 m. to April 30, 1917, $110 359 56 

Viau, J. Dalbe: services as architect superintending construction of-building, 2\ p.c. on 
$33,688 final estimate, $842.20, 2\ p.c. on $4,474 fittings contract, $111.85; travel 

and outlay, $123. 15; less $265.90 paid in 1914-15, V— 33 811 30 

Labour, S18; blind, $12; repairs, $45.20; supplies, $50.54; 154 lb. water treatment, $16.94; 

wood, $42; sundry, $8.14 192 82 

Joliette Weights and Measures Office (S212.67)) — 

Estate of the late Mrs. J. L. Preville, rent, April 1 to Jan. 22, 1918 4 212 67 

Jonquieres Public Building ($1,025.44)— 

Caretaker, S. Tremblay, 12 m., $499.96; Marcotte, G. P., 22 ton coal at $12 763 96 

Town of Jonquieres, 11 m. to Feb., 1918, light, $100.07, water, $21.12 121 19 

Repairs, $42.50; supplies, $41.79; unloading coal, $20; 6 cords wood, $36 140 29 

Knowlton Public Building (§1,107.62) — 

Caretaker, L. H. Pibus, 12 m., $150; Ralston, A. E., 32-913 ton coal, $312.66 462 66 

Julien-Lambert Co.: 2 pr. flush bolts, $24; cyl. lock, $10.50; 4 gal. marbelite, $17; ash 

sifter, $12.75; sundry, $40.77 105 02 

Mills, E. E.: wood, 20 cords hard, $70, 3 cords soft, $7.50; sundry, $8.61 86 11 

Southern Canada Power Co.: light, 11 m. to Mar. 4, 1918, $61. 14; repairs, $3.62 64 76 

Taylor, Alfred: scraping and oiling floors, $75.35: sundry, $9.30 84 65 

Towell, Alfred, plumbing and other repairs ,89 54 

Wall Bros.: 5 gal. dos-all, $7.50; 4 gal. graphite, $13; 5 gal. paint, $30; sundry, $2.25 52 75 

- Carting ashes, $8.60; hardware, $16 86; pr. double spring hinges, $10 50; repairs, $49.24; 

100 tungstens, $31 .10: 150 lb. feed water treatment, $16.50; water, 12 m., $21 153 80 

Duplicate payment, Brome Lake Electric Co., paid also to Southern Canada Power Co. . 8 33 

Lachine Public Building ($636.05)— 

Caretaker, O. P. Robert, 12 m., $99.96; Desforges, J. O., sundry repairs, $62.33 1*62 29 

City of Lachine: light, 12 m. to Mar. 4, 1918, $161.85; water, 12 m. to June 30, 1918, $52.06; 

repairs, 45c 214 36 

Lachine Wood & Coal Co., coal, 22 ton egg at $9.50, 4 ton nut at $9 . 75 248 00 

Car fares, $4; hardware, $4.40; labour, $3 11 40 

Carried forward 241,941 81 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fGderaux: Entretien — Suite. 

Brought forward 241, 941 81 

Lachute Public Building ($1,341.89)— 

Caretaker, D. Joss, 12 m., $499. 92; light, 12 m., $447.96 947 88 

Campbell, J. D., 9-9 ton coal at $10.50; Smith, M., 101 ton coal at $10.50 210 00 

Winter covering for steps, $40; hose, $6; lawn mower, $8.50; 7 screens for windows, $12.25; 
ash sifter, $12.75; supplies, $29.08; water, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1917, $37.50; wood, $29; 
sundry. $8 93 184 01 

Lacolle Immigration Building ($144.60) — 

Corbiere, Mrs. A., rent of office, 12 m 96 00 

Coal, 4 ton, $36.60; light, 12 m. to Oct. 31, 1917, $12 48 60 

Laprairie Public Building ($606.23)— 

Caretaker, J. Brisson, yr., $150; light, 12 m. to Feb., 1918, $61.81 211 81 

I Vaulieu, A.: repairs, $22.80; supplies, $17. 70 s ; 6 cords wood, $36 76 50 

Demers & McGee: 22-2 ton coal, $212.14; sundry, $1.70 213 84 

Repairs, $41 .40; supplies, $15.68; water, $45; sundry, $2 104 08 

L'Assomption Public Building ($785.22)— 

Caretaker, A. Martel, 12 m., $300: light, 12 m., $79.49 379 49 

Rho & Son, Chas.: 20-49 ton coal, $191 .57; repairs to plumbing, $34.90 •. . . 226 47 

Repairs, $7. 10; supplies, $38.78; water, 1917, $65; wood, $35; 125 tungstens, $33.38 179 26 

'Lennoxville Experimental Farm ($551.27) — 

Clarke & Stewart, 40 ton coal, $390; Codere et fils, 9| ton coal, $84 .42 474 42 

Lennoxville Light and Power Co.: lamps, $4.40; light, 12 m. to Mar. 5, 1918, $72.45 76 85 

Levis Public Building ($2, 149.99)— 

Caretaker, C. Lamontagne, 12 m., $424.92; charwomen, $297.69 722_61 

Dumont, J., drawing water, Nov. 10, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1918 138 50 

• Paquet & fils, 68-21 ton coal, $630.95; Robitaille, P., 2 ton coal, $22.50, lOf cords wood, 

$113 766 45 

Quebec Ry., L., H. & P. Co., light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 221 05 

Care of clock, $50; carting ashes and snow, $74; coal, $36; uniform, $25; truck, $17; sundry, 

S99.38 301 38 

Longueuil Public Building ($887.90)— 

Caretaker, E. H. Lamarre, 12 m., $450; water rates, yr. to April 30, 1918, $61 .40 511 40 

Denicourt, C. F., coal, 3-335 ton at $8.40, 17 • 765 at $8 . 20 173 67 

Light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, $41.31; repairs, $40.79; supplies, $61.28; 90 tungstens, $26.45; 

wood, $33 202 83 

Louiseville Public Building ($1 , 269 . 99)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Lafontaine, 12 m., $499.96; care of clock, $53 • 552 96 

Louiseville Electric Co., light, 12 m. to Mar. 29, 1918 185 85 

Plante, Aug., 30- 14 ton coal at $10.50 316 35 

Grate bars, $18.50; 2 door checks, $20.20; repairs, $21.25; supplies, $62.07; water, yr. 

to May 1, 1918, $20; wood, $36; sundry, $36.81 214 83 

Magog Public Building ($1,600.54)— 

Caretaker, J. Dearsley, 12 m., $499.92; light, 12 m., $199.92; water, $78.56 778 40 

Julien Lambert Co.: ash can, $12.75; 4 lamps, $12; steel mat, $15; sundry, $13.39 53 14 

Martin & Wallace: 110 bags cement, $77; sand and gravel, $18; sundry repairs, etc., $145.42 240 42 

Mullins, D., coal, 36-745 ton at $9.50 349 07 

Repairs, $13.10; 4 plates, $24.50; supplies, $52.40; 100 tungstens, $33.65; wood, $52.25; 

sundry, $3.61. 179 51 

Marieville Public Building ($1,161.77) — 

Caretaker, P. Prarie, 12 m., $450, care of clock, $50 500 00 

Rondeau, A., 20-14 ton coal at $9 181 25 

Town of Marieville: light, 1917, $122.49; water, yr. to May, 1918, $28 150 49 

Cartage, $5; 5-3 ton coal, $60.14; set grates, $24.50; repairs, $80.28; supplies, $34.25; 

11| cords wood, $102.01; sundry, $23.85 330 03 

Matane Public Building ($1,296.70)— 

Caretaker, Ls. Gauthier, 12 m., $499.96, care of clock, yr., $50. . . .7. 549 96 

Boulay, J. A., 26 ton coal at $12.45, 7 at $11.90 407 00 

Chouinard, L. F.: 175 gal. coal oil, $44.05; sundry, $20.50 64 55 

Gauthier, Ludger, 24 cords hardwood 120 00 

Cartage, $10.24; boiler section, grates, etc., $52.40; water, yr. to Sept. 30, 1917, $60; sun- 
dry, $32.55 155 19 

Matapedia Railway Station, repairs to two trucks 25 00 

Megantic Public Building ($1,231.47)— 

Caretaker, S. Brosseau, yr., $499.96; care of clock, A. Paradis, yr., $50 549 96 

Evans, A. H., 20-16 ton coal, $221.70; Megantic Electric Co., light, 12 m., $329.96 ' 551 66 

Repairs, $20.78; supplies, $27.84; 50 tungstens, $13; water, 6 m., $10.50; wood, $52.50; 

sundry, $5.23 129 85 

Mont Joli Post Office: E. Levesque: rent, 12 m., $240; light, $20.86; 6 ton coal, $75; sundry, 

$27.55 363 41 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices ffSderanx: Entrctien— Suite. 

Brought forward 255, 357 79 

Montmagny Public Building ($1, 159.93) — 

Caretaker, H. Courteau, yr., $499.96; light, 12 m., $206.85 706 81 

Belanger, A., Ltd., 18-11 ton coal at $11 199 19 

Coal oil, 60 gal., $13.40; sett grates, $6.90; repairs, etc., $39.60; telephone exchange, $64; 

water, 12 m., $50; wood, $49.50; supplies, etc., $30.53 253 93 

Montmagny Public Works Stores, A. Belanger, Ltd., rent, 12 m 50 00 

Montreal Bonaventure Station ($578.50) — 

Tremblay & Co., 12 sleighs, $576; Brisson, J. N., cleaning clock, $2.50 578 50 

Montreal Canal Customs Office ($72.05)— 

Light, 12 m. to Oct. 31, 1917, $28.65; water, 12 m. to April 30, 1918, $11.64 40 29 

Charcoal, $5.76; 3-55 ton coal, $23.40; labour, $2.60 31 76 

Montreal Customs Buildings ($6, 111 .55)— 

Canada Office Furn. Co.: chairs, 3 at $2.50, 2, $18.25; desk, $30; table, $17 72 75 

City of Montreal, water, yr. to May 1, 1918 ' 426 80 

Evans Bros., egg coal, 22-18 ton at $6.93, 4-165 at $9. 50 193 26 

Hartt & Adair, egg and furnace coal, 154-57 ton at $9.50, 20-74 at $9.85 1,672 69 

Lesage, A. H., 132^ yd. cork carpet, laid 211 70 

Letourneux, fils et Cie: glass, $126.32; sundry, $80 206 32 

Montreal Light, Heat and Power Co.: fuel gas, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918, $99.24; electric 

light, 12 m., $320.31 419 55 

O'Connell, Thos.: 40 h.p. boiler, $1,000; connecting boiler, $165; grates, $98.10; sundry 

repairs, $463.62 1,726 72 

Rutherford & Sons Co., covering boiler and breeching 117 00 

Steel Equipment Co., plan-drawer cabinet for supervising engineer 310 00 

Tremblay, F.: lumber, 308 ft. ash, $34.88, 242 ft. oak, $47.56, 400 ft. pine, $24, 316 ft. 

spruce, $14.72, 201 ft. whitewood, $24.12; 3 pine partitions, $270; sundry, $30.45. .. . 445 73 

Cartage, $19.50; disinfectant, $21; exchange service for supervising engineer, 9 m. to Dec, 

$42.75; repairs, $152.78; 300 lb. feed water treatment, $33; winding clock, 6 m., $40.. . 309 03 

Montreal Drummond Block, Food Controller ($359.17) — 

Canada Office Furn. Co.: card cabinet, $13.75; 2 chairs, $17.50; 2 desks, $74; 3 tables, 

$42 147 25 

Drummond Estate, rent, Oct.-Mar., $210; Tremblay & Co., pine, $1.92 211 92 

Montreal Old Examining Warehouse ($12,329.07)— 

Baile, A., coal, 11-12 ton at $4.45, 79-615 at $8.50, 175-97 at $9.50 2,398 18 

City of Montreal: water rates, 4 p.c. on assessment, yr. to May 1, 1918, $953.88; supply 

by meter, yr. to Jan. 19, 1918, $366.34 1,320 22 

Constantin & O'Brien: 2 stoker boxes, $36.20; sundry repairs to engine, boilers, etc., 

$687.76 723 96 

Dominion Lubricating Oil Co.: 90 gal. cyl. oil, $67.50; 44 gal. engine oil, $30.80; 3 barrels, 

$6 104 30 

Lessard & Sons, repairing lead covering on stone cornice 207 50 

LeTourneux, fils et Cie: 400 fire bricks, $42; glass, $37.05; sundry, $47.51 126 56 

Montreal Light, Heat and Power Co., 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918: gas, $18.66; light, $2,642.45; 

power, $591.96 3,253 07 

O'Connell, Thos.: flushometer, $17; 19 lb. asbestos packing, $38; sundry plumbing, $369.91. '424 91 

Otis-Fensom Elev. Co., repairs to elevators 115 84 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., 363-45 ton bituminous steam coal, run of mine 3,200 00 

Wilder's, Ltd.: 4 cocoa mats, $28; apparent duplicate payment, $28 56 00 

Cartage, $107.75; 2-155 ton coal, $21.23; disinfectant, $29.40; 12 nitro lamps, $26.40; 

repairs, $113.30; telephone exchange, yr., $35; 300 lb. feed water treatment, $33; 3 

rad. traps, $18.45; wood, $14 398 53 

Montreal New Examining Warehouse ($26,433.60) — 

Caretaker, W. H. Norkett, 12 m. at $100 1, 200 00 

City of Montreal, water tax, y. to May 1, 1918 2, 328 00 

Dominion Lubricating Oil Co., 538 lb. linseed soap 80 70 

Evans Bros., coal, egg and furnace, 31-69 ton at $6.68, 22-715 at $9.50, 216-195 at $10.50, 

screenings, 5-135 ton at $7.25 2,734 84 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., furnace coal, 721-97 ton at $9.50, 11-21 at $9. 85 6,969 16 

Lamson Co., 2 lines Lamson reversible sweep-off carrier 2, 785 00 

Lapierre, A. H., architect: supervision of sundry works, 5 p.c. on $3,499, 1\ p.c. on $3,129.98; 

services regarding encroachment on Normand street, $25 434 69 

Lesage, A. H.: Wilton rug, $80; sundry repairs, etc., $66.35. 146 35 

Lessard & Sons, repairing lead covering on stone cornice 707 51 

LeTourneux, fils& Cie: cement, $97.20; fire brick, 1,000, $105; glass, $41.87; stone, $149.38; 

sundry, $227.09 620 54 

Montreal Light, Heat and Power Co.: gas, Oct. 10-Feb. 26, $63.41; light, 12 m. to Feb. 

26, 1918, $2,300.35; power, 12 m., $3,039.96 5,403 72 

Morgan & Co., Henry: alteration and additions to interior fittings, $3,324; sliding door 

to elevator shaft, first floor, $175; less $2", 660 paid in 1916-17, V— 30 839 00 

O'Connell, Thos., sundry plumbing and repairs 538 55 

Carried forward 300, 806 1 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 5 cts. 

Edifices fgderaux: Entretien— Suite. 
Brought forward 300,803 12 

Montreal New Examining Warehouse— Concluded. . 

Office Equipment Co.: cabinet, $50; desk, $50; telephone extension, $8.25 08 25 

( >tia- Fensom Elevator ( Jo., sundry repairs to elevators ju< « 

PQttorson & Heward wall directory board for vestibule • • • wo uu 

rSyA Co : bS light, $37.50; 1, 134 ft. pine, S85.4G; 2 skids, $30; 4 hand trucks, 

$100; sundry, $14.95 ™ " 

West Disinfecting Co., 43 gal. euchrelyptum. •■•..••• on no 

Wilder's, Ltd.: flat desk, $40; t.w. desk, $40; chair, $9 . 8J UU 

Cartaw $383.55; 4 chairs, $16; electrical supplies, $73.9/; insurance of 2 boilers, $86, 

repairs, $137.71; 2 tables, $47.50; 572 lb. water treatment, $62.92 807 65 

Montreal, Forest Products Laboratory ($3,242 27)— 

City of Montreal, water supply, y. to Jan. 16, 1918. . . . . • . . ■ Jji^t 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., coal, egg, 49-145 tons at $9^50 one ton nut, $9.85.. ... 476 73 
Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co.: gas 12 m. to Feb 25, $76.48; electric light, 12 m. 

to Feb. 25, $621.20; power, 12 m. to Feb. 25, $1,624.62 .... - 2,322 30 

Four boxes, $14; rock wall cement, $14.95; repairing furnace, $25.76; sundry, $15.70.. 70 41 

Montreal Immigration Buildings ($4,474.46)— mmis 1568 78 

P,itv nf Montreal water supply by meter, 12 m. to Jan. 1U, 191s • • • • • • 1,000 to 

E™?Bro^al™52 tons at $6.93, 2-8 at $7.18, 11-15 at $9.50, 4-075 at $10, 9-025 at ^ ^ 

Hartt& 5 Adair Coal Co'.,' coali 109-675 tonsat $9 .50, 109 -41 at $9.85. .'..'...'. 2, 119 56 

Lemire & Fils: 8 loads kindling, $24; 4 loads slabs, $9. ....... . . . . . . . . • • • • • • • ■ ■ • 66 uu 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co., services, 12 m. to Feb., 1918, light, $67.62, power, ^ ^ 

$163.92 

Montreal Inland Revenue Office ($1,750.72)— 

Caretaker, M. O'Donnell, 12 m • • ■ • ■ • • • ■ • • ■ ■ • ■ ■ • ■ ■ ■ *™ "Y 

City of Montreal: snow-cleaning, $12.34; water rates y. to May 1, 1918, $97 iuy d4 

Evans Bros., coal, one ton, $6.93, 3-125 at $9.50, 4-065 at $10.50 79 30 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., 62-225 tons coal at $9.50. f\^ 

Lessard & Co., repairing roof, $112.50, repairing pipes, $163.12... . . . . . •••■■•• f '? Jj 

LeTourneux, Fils & Cie: glass, $14.29; wallpaper $-10.10; whiting $16 -80; sundry $58 7o 129 94 
Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co., services, 12 m. to Feb. 26, gas, $52.11, electnc 

$118.52 "47* 

Disinfectant, $8.40; repairs to plumbing, $26.35 

Montreal Ordnance Stores ($579.17)— __ n m 

Delorme, Estate of late S., rent, April .-.••• zou uu 

Lessard & Sons: repairing frozen heating system, $200; repairing plumbing, $50; repairing ^ 

water main, $79 .17 • • 

Montreal General Post Office Building ($37,312.87)— 

Caretaker, I. Trudeau, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 '$9 49 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 5 telephones, y on ^« 

Bry son-Graham, Ltd.: 2 squares, $51.50, $38.50; freight 58c... . . ■•:•.•;■■ ■; ■ ;" $ -V. 90 5S 

Canada Office Furniture Co.: 10 chairs, $39.60; tiltcr, $10; desk, $40; 9 high stools, $o4, 

45 oak stools, $168.75; 2 tables, $63; hat-tree, $6.75 • • • y - j;-v A d8 

Canadian Fire Hose Co.: charges for fire extinguishers, $30; 150 ft. rubber hose and 

couplings, $33.75; 7 rubber mats, $291 .,. -. . •• ■ •• ■ • • ■ • ■ ■ ^ 04 /0 

City of Montreal: snowcleaning, $32.16; use of hand hose, $2; water assessment, y. to 

May 1, 1918, $2,716; meter supply of water, y. to Jan. 9, 1918, $358.70 <3.}ua »o 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $104.50; wire, $4.75; freight, $3.25 ^ S 

Constantin & O'Brien, sundry smith work and repairs ... . . . . . . . . . . . •.■••■ • • • • • Rn - 

Dominion Lubricating Oil Co.: 45 gal. machine oil, $21 .15; 1,072 lb. linseed soap, $160.b0, ^ ^ 

barrel, $2 ; •. : .- • ■ • • • • • • • : 49Q nn 

Dunphy, J., furnishing and erecting wire partitions in registration branch no 72 

Empire Oil Co., 934 lb. linseed soap 120 55 

Lessard & Sons, sundry repairs and plumbing. • •■ • • • • • • •• 

LeTourneux, Fils & Cie.: glass, $121.15; 324 ft. moulding, $36.72; sawdust, $50.50, 160 

lb. English vermilion, $424; sundry, $626.56 ,• ■ ■ • • • ■ • • • ■ • L > zw * 6 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co.: services, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918: gas, $60. 20; steam, 

heat, $7,812; electric light, $10,290.95; power, $4,814.04 ^3,Ul- iy 

- O'Connell, Thos., sundry repairs to plumbing. • .•■•::■■;•; '- -y- • 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet, $43.15; cabinet section and pr. ends, $48.15, sundry, 

CO no 

Otis-Fensom" El'ev.' Co.':' armature, $215; sundry repairs to elevators, $1, 160.49 ' }'37549 

Plant, F. H.: 18 rubber tires trucks, $1,470; freight, $38.41 470 tn 

Thomson Co., Fred., sundry repairs to motors, etc . . . . . . • • • • • • ■■ ■■■ ■■ 

Tremblay & Co., F.: stamping table and sorting cases, $88. 10; sorting case, $55; o trucks, 

$300; sundry lumber, etc.. $437.41 .■••■■■ • • • 88U 01 

Wilder's, Ltd.: cabinet, $18; 4 chairs, $35.50; flat desk with plate glass, $88.40, r.t. 

desk, $67.50; towels, $6.50 ^ w 



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d 349,088 84 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE, V— 8S 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices f€deraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 349, 088 84 

Montreal General Post Office Building — Concluded. 

Cabinet and ends, $52; care of clocks, $30; chamois, $38; disinfectant, $48.30; 20 gal. 
dos-all, $30; ice, $179.35; leather belting, $47.72; oil, $39.50; repairs, $154.18; 6 

stools, $30; truck, $35; sundry, $34.01 718 06 

Apparent duplicate payment, Ahem Safe Co 4 25 

Montreal Post Office Annex, Old Herald Block ($9,792.71)— 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, A. Morrison, office, $57, house, $35 92 00 

City of Montreal, water assessment tax, y. to May 1, 1918 232 80 

Comptoir Mobilier Franco-Canadien, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 8,000 00 

Evans Bros., coal, 2 tons at $9.50, 7-68 at $10.50 99 67 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., coal, 51-765 tons at $9.50, 14-34 at $9.85 633 03 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co., services, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918: gas, $8.82; electric, 

lighting, $130.39; power, $372 511 21 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: gravity locks on 10 elevator doors, $97.50; repairs, $7.08 104 58 

Cartage, $7.50; disinfectant, $10.50; ice, $17.85; repairs, $52.07; 6 coil springs, $31.50. 119 42 
Montreal Postal Station "A" ($2,688.30)— 

Canada Carriage Co., 3 r.t. trucks, $108.06; Evans Bros., 11-49 t. coal, $79.35 ' 187 41 

City of Montreal: rental for canopy over sidewalk, $6.66; snow cleaning, $5.44; water 

assessment, $203.70; sundry, $3.62 219 42 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., coal, 77-755 tons at $9.50, 13-92 tons at $9.85 875 79 

LeTourneux, Fils & Cie: ladder, $12.50; 2 steel plates, $20.16; sundry, $155.21 187 87 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co., services, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918: gas, $10.87; electric, 

light, $269.19; power, $447.95 , 728 01 

O'Connell, T., plumbing, $188.18; Plant, F. H., 2 trucks, $94 282 18 

Cartage, $43; 3 chairs, $19; desk, $50; 3 wood trucks, $48; repairs, $26.20; sundry, $21.42 207 62 
Montreal Postal Station "B" ($2,451.61)— 

Caretaker, T. Drolet, y., $720; O'Connell, T., repairs, $151.15 871 15 

City of Montreal: snowcleaning, $2.51; water tax, $388 390 51 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., 51-785 tons coal at $9 .50 491 97 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co., services, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918: gas, $121.58; electric light, 

$483 .61 * 605 19 

Glass, $23 .04; wallpaper, $24 .50; sundry, $45.25 92 79 

Montreal Postal Station "G" ($3,236.66)— 

Birks & Sons, care of clocks, y. to June, 1917, $75, y. to May, 1917, $75 150 00 

City of Montreal: snowcleaning, $8.15; use of hose, $2; vault tax, $72.73; water tax, 

y. to May 1, 1918, $267.72; water supply, y. to Jan. 10, 1918, $457.10 807 70 

Dunphy, J., removing cresson lights from sidewalk and filling up same 325 00 

Evans Bros., coal, 12-87 tons at $6.93, 2 at $9.50 : 108 20 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., coal, 53-17 t. at $9.50, 16-62 at $9. 85 668 82 

Lessard & Sons: replacing glass in 2 skylights and repairing, $301 .50; thawing out pipes, 

$105.98; sundry plumbing, $122.70 530 18 

LeTourneux Fils et Cie: hardware, $55 .85; wallpaper, $25 -80 85 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co., services Mar. 1, 1917, to Mar. 11, 1918: gas, $53.79; electric 

light, $484.03 537 82 

Disinfectant, $14.70; sundry, $13.39 : 28 09 

Montreal Postal Station "D" ($1,711.95)— 

Caretaker, H. Filiatreault, y., $780; gas, y. to Feb. 28, $28; electric light, $172.98 980 98 

City of Montreal: snowcleaning, $4.80; water tax, $116.40 121 20 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., coal, 50-39 tons at $9.50, 4-685 at $9.85 524 86 

Disinfectant, $8.40; glass, $12.22; repairs, $29.14; sundry, $35.15 84 91 

Montreal Postal Station "E" ($1,609.82)— 

Caretaker, H. Paquette, y., $600; care of clock, J. N. Brisson, $53 .50 653 50 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., coal, 20-55 tons at $9.50, 12-93 at $9.85 322 59 

Lessard & Sons, repairs to boiler, pipes, etc 179 22 

Montreal, L. H. & P. Co., service, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918: gas, $47.46; electric light, 

$281 .98 329 44 

Montreal Water & Power Co., water supply, y. to May 1, 1918 80 12 

Disinfectant, $10.50; water hose, $11.25; repairs, $9.05; snowcleaning, $3; sundry, 

$11.15 ? 44 95 

Montreal Postal Station "F" ($1,525.31)— 

City of Montreal: use of hose, $2; vault tax, $17.36; water tax, $123.38; water supplied 

by meter, $5.42 148 16 

Evans Bros., coal, one ton, $10, 14-3 at $10.50, 6-205 at $9.50 219 11 

Hartt & Adair, 68-565 tons coal at $9.50; O'Connell T., repairs, $181 .84 833 22 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co., services, 12 m. to Feb. 28: gas, $40.85; electric light, $247.03. 287 88 

Disinfectant, $6.30; water treatment, $22; sundry, $8.64 36 94 

Montreal Postal Station "H" ($8,619.93)— 

Canada Office Furniture Co., 8 sections, 4 tops, 4 bases ' 220 00 

City of Montreal: snowcleaning, $10.05; vault tax, $51.25; water tax, y. to May 1, 

1918, $970; water by meter, $177.85 ' 1,209 15 

Evans Bros., coal, 40-065 tons at $10.50, 9-29 at $9.50 508 95 

Hartt & Adair, coal, 165-25 tons at $9.50, 85-67 at $9.85 2,413 74 



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V— 84 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices fYSderaux: Entrctien— Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 377, 175 35 

Montreal Postal Station "H"— Concluded. 

O'Connell, T., plumbing repairs, $225.06; Thomson Co., repairs, $72.95 298 01 

Symmes & Co., H. H.: 1,058 sq. ft. mastic, $285.66; scraping out joints and setting 

curbs, $40; paving court, etc., $90 415 66 

Electric light, 12 m. to Feb. 28, $634.07; power, $2,535.96; telephone exchange, y. to 

Mar. 31, $92 3,262 03 

Disinfectant, $31.50; rubber mat, $34.13; repairs, $49.31; 560 lb. linseed soap, $81; water 

treatment, $33; sundry, $63.45 292 39 

Montreal Postal Station "L" ($2,736.47)— 

Canadian Fire Hose Co., 2 perf. rubber mats, 55-4 sq. ft 83 14 

Evans Bros., coal, 4-26 tons at $6.93, 3-05 at $10.50 61 56 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., coal, 42.54 tons at $9.50, 9-89 at $9.85 501 56 

Lessard & Sons: new boiler, and changes to heating system, $1,079; sundry plumbing, 

$23 .46 1 , 102 46 

LeTourneux, Fils et Cie: 125 ft. wire guard, $13.75; wall paper, $91.84; sundry, $96.53. 202 12 

Rubenstein Bros.: brass plate, 2 ft. by 5£ ft., $150; sundry, $47.50 197 50 

Gas, 12 m. to Feb. 28, $27.23; light, 12 m. to Mar. 9, $344.50; water y. to May 1, $174.30 546 03 

Disinfectant, $12.60; wicket, $21; sundry, $8.50 42 10 

Montreal Postal Station "M" ($873.89)— 

Hartt & Adair, 14-4 tons coal at $9.50; Mrs. J. O. Normand, rent, y., $575 711 80 

Lesage, A. H., 46f yd. cork carpet, laid 76 06 

Light, 12 m. to Feb. 28, $64.43; water, y. to May 1, $16; sundry, $5.60 86 03 

Montreal Postal Station "N" ($7,206.09)— 

Ahem Safe Co., moving safe, etc., $69.60; City of Montreal, water tax, $155.20 224 80 

Estate of A. Dalbec: rent, April, $140; cancellation of lease, $100 240 00 

"La Patrie" Publishing Co.: rent, May-Mar., $6,246.90; light, May-Sept., $75 6,321 90 

Rubenstein Bros.: 7 grills, $175; 6 plates, $48; 2 receivers, $40 263 00 

Tremblay & Co.: stair, $70; sundry pine, $28.55 98 55 

Light, Mar.-Apr., $32.89; repairs, $12.52; sundry, $12.43 57 84 

Montreal Postal Station "O" ($1,267.40)— 

Caretaker, H. Cardinal, yr., $600; water rates, yr. to May 1, 1918, $68 668 00 

Hodge, Albert: 35-16 tons coal at $10.75; 2\ cords wood, $32.50 410 47 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co., electric light, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918 140 68 

Cartage, $9.50; 6 lamps, $4.20; repairs, $20.10; wood, $7.25; sundry, $7.20 48 25 

Montreal Postal Station "S" ($624.63)— 

City of Montreal: water tax, y. to May 1, 1918, $50.44; snow cleaning, $9 59 44 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., 33-87 tons coal at $9.50; O'Connell, T., repairs, $45.26 367 04 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: gas, 12 m. to Feb. 28, $33.11; electric light, $78.68 Ill 79 

Glass, $54.86; repairs, $23.65; sundry, $7.85 86 36 

Montreal Postal Station, East Mt. Royal ($3,500.15)— 

Banque d'Hochelaga, rent, 13 m. to Mar., 1918 910 00 

Lessard & Sons.: alterations to plumbing, $250;. running gas main, $29.86 279 86 

LeTourneux fils & Cie.: 10 lens, moulding, $11.52; water cooler, $15; sundry, $34.99 61 51 

Office Equipment Co.: 3 chairs, $18.50; desk, $29; 2 stools, $7.50; table, $13.50 68 50 

Rubenstein Bros.: 5 eng'd plates, $44; 174 keys, $130.50; outdoor receiver, $95; lacquering 

boxes, $72; sundry, $16.95 358 45 

Tremblay & Co.: installation of interior fittings and new porch, $1,632; table, $25; moving 

safe, $6 1.663 00 

Conduit, 350 ft., $34.82; light, Dec. 19,1916 to Jan. 30, 1918, $54.95; repairs, $13.73; water, 

S38.80; sundry, $16.53 158 83 

Montreal Hochelaga Post Office ($818.69)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Brown, y., $300; snow-cleaning, $4.14; water rates, $93.12 397 26 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., 25-41 tons coal at $9.50 241 39 

Montreal Light Heat & Power Co., services, 12 m. to Mar. 11, 1918: gas, $33.73; electric 

light, $96.83 130 56 

Repairs, $37.43; sundry, $12.05 49 48 

Montreal St. Cunegonde Post Office — 

City of Montreal, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 1 , 750 00 

Montreal St. Henri Post Office ($852.06)— 

Hartt & Adair Co., coal, 25-28 tons at $9.50, 2-35 at $9.85 263 31 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co., services, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1918: gas, $41.95; electric light, $177.73 219.68 

Montreal Water & Power Co.: water, y. to May 1, 1918, $66.94; arrears, $16.36 83 30 

Fan, 16 in., $26; glass, $11.84; repairs, $118.83; snowcleaning, $3.35; wall-paper, $75.75; 

sundrv, $50 285 77 

Montreal Registrar's Office (Military) ($4,342.93)— 

Canada Office Furniture Co.: chairs, 421 hardwood, $357.85, 2 small, $10, 9 tilters, $72; 

costumier, $7; 9 flat desks, $270; screen, $11.50; 157 kitchen tables, $902.75 1,631 10 

Office Equipment Co.: vertical cabinets, metal, four-drawer, 31 at $37; 2 pr. ends, $20 1, 167 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 6 card index cabinets, $75; 30 steel cabinets sections, $1,200; 

2 pr. ends, $20; express, $43.63 1> 338 63 

Carried forward 405,213 55 



PUBLIC "iYORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 85 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ ct3. 

Edifices federaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 405, 213 55 

Montreal Registrar's Office (Military)— Concluded. 

Tremblay & Co., pine, 1,196 ft., $86.01, 667 lin. ft., $19.47 105 48 

Wilder's Ltd.: 4 chairs, $31; flat desk, $40 71 00 

Cartage, $4; 140 n.p. checks, $14; sundry, $11.72 29 72 

Montreal Shaughnessv Block (| 12,481. 82)— 

Dorchester Realties Co., rent, v. to Mar 31, 1918 11,747 40 

Electric light, to Feb. 26, 1918, $66.95; exchange service, 4 telephones, $267; water, $263.84 597 79 

Chair, $7 50; desk, $35; lamps, $9.45; repairs, $50.25; cabinet section, $29; sundry, $5.43. 136 63 

Montreal Weights & Measures (§131.50)— 

Canada Office Furniture Co.: 2 chairs, $14; costumier, $6; 2 flat desks, $60 80 00 

Chair, $6.50; velvet square, $45 51 50 

Montreal Windsor Station Mail-room ($224.25)— 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., rent of office, y to Oct. 31, 1918 213 00 

Wilder's Ltd., office table, golden oak ! • 11 25 

Montreal Buildings Generally ($144,025.72)— 

Carpenters, 12 m.: X. Bergeron, $S40; J. F. Blackie, $780; F. Cyr, $840; A. Gauthier, 
$840; W. Harper, $835; P. Jones, less 3 days in Oct., $830.97; A. Poirier & Fils, $840; 
A. Smith, $780; J. Trudeau, §840; F. Valin, less 20 days in Mar., $788.06; H. Vali- 

quette, $900 9,114 03 

Electricians, 12 m.: at $900, J. Donovan, F. X. Lefebvre, P. Liston, L. D. McAnulty, • 

E. Payette, J. Quinn, O. Renaud, L. D. Thibault; at $895, J. J. Davis, E. Malette; 

40, G. Flanaghan, W. Fauteux, A. Xuttal, M. Wickham; sundry, $830.33 13, 180 33 

Elevator-men, 12 m.: at SS40, O. Aubin, G. Quinn; at §780, A. Barrette, J. Bennette, 

A. Bourassa, L. Brault, J. Cantin, O. Chaput, H. Davis, H. Decarie, J. Doherty, W. 
. Filiatreault, A. Lincourt, S. Mc Garry, H. Marchand, R. Matthews, J. Meahan, J. 

Xeville, J. Peacock, P. Prud'homme, O. Renaud, J. B. Ritchot, F. Rochon, A. Tru- 
deau, S. Trudeau; at $720, C. Vaiin ' . . 20,340 00 

Elevator-men: A. Archambault, 12 m., $770; B. Brayton, 12 m., less 1 day, §777.83; 
W. Chartrand, 12 m. less 12 d., $745; T. Hughes, 11 m., §660; P. Mclntee, 2 m. at §65, 

9-258 at $90; A. Teasdale, 11 m., $660; sundry, $1,0S6.63 5,662 69 

Engineers: D. Brown, 12 m., $1,299.96; Jos. Forgues, 12 m., $900 2, 199 96 

Firemen, 12 m.: at $660, R. Love; at $900, J. Quinn; at $840, A. Bisaillou, G. Ducharme, 

B. Lajeunesse, P. X. Ouellette. M. Paisley, E. Perreault, H. Provencher, C. Prud'- 
homme, M. Rochford, E. Vallee, R. Webster; at $780, J. Langevin, R. St-Jean, A. 
Tremblay; at $720, A. Boisseau, J. Galley 14,880 00 

Firemen: A. Cunningham, 7 m., $4C'0; O. Doray, 7 m., $455; R. Duffin, 11 m. §715; sundry, 

$333.85 

Inspectors: A.Morrison, 12 m., §1,620; F. C. Tansey, 12 m. less 32 d., $1,308.18 

Lobbv-keepers: P. G. Robert, 12 m.. $780; sundry, $1,235 

Machinist, T. McMahon, $833; mason, H. Walford, §1,200 

Messengers: J. McClanaghan, $S40; J. H. Svlvester, $780 

Painters: A. Daoust, $780; A. Page, $760; W. Page, §780; G. Parent, S780; S. Rouleau, 

: sundry, $1,164.19 

Plasterer, F. Lennington, $780; plumber, A. Tremblay, §780; storekeeper, M. Carey, $1,200 

Watchmen: C. Berthiaume, $840; H. Desautels, $600; J. Desautels, §840 

Chief cleaner, T.Thomson, $1,080; cleaners, $37,022.41; charwomen, S6.210.75 

Can. Consolidated Rubber Co., re-covering 40 truck wheels 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co.: 8 rubber-tired wheels, 8 bracket casters, 8 axle boxes, etc 

Can. Oil Cos.: 464f gal. gasoline, $160.96; drum, §12 

Dawson & Co.: 149 batteries, §51.10; 198 castings, $74.02; 700 ft. conduit, $70.71; 5,080 

ft. cord, §132.88; 456 fuses, §138.80; 316 loxon guards, §77.75; 396 sockets, $130.88; 

sundry, §"65. 71 

Dominion Lubricating Oil Co.: 975 lb. cylinder grease, §146.25; 49 gal. machine oil, §22.05; 

97 gal. motor oil, $72.75; 538 lb. linseed soap $80.70; 4 bales waste, $92; 4 barrels, S8. 
Electrical Equipment Co.: 59 nitro lamps, $80.18; tungsten lamps, 40 watt, 4,500, Si, 212, 

60 watt, 3,700, §1.243, 100 watt, 156, §108.30; sundry, $12.S4 

Fashion Craft Mfgrs., Ltd.: 19 uniforms and 19 pr. trousers, $555.75; 4 uniforms and 4 pr. 

trousers, $125 

Lessard & Sons: 25 gal v. garbage tins, $150; sundry, §1.65 

LeTouraeux fils et Cie.: anvil, $30; 14 doz. corn brooms, §141.30; 90 hair brooms, $445.50; 

48 bannister brushes, $48; 54 galv. buckets, $35.10; 1,481 yd. cotton, $235.67; 7 doz. 

feather dusters, $148.10; 168 doz. tins lve, $258.40; 25 galv. garbage cans, $150; 101 doz. 

mops, $463.25; mop cloths. $94.20; 905 lb. wh. lead, $168.25; 87 gal. boiled oil, $138.95; 

22 padlocks, §49.50; toilet paper, $892.75; screws, §109.75; 34 gal. shellac, 

$176.'0; soap, '§64.05; 135 gal. turpentine, §121.95; varnish, $146.25; vise, §21.30; 

whiting. $51. 80; sundry, $1,226.78 5,217 35 

Otis Fensom Elev. Co.: motor armature, §82; sundry, $86.60 168 60 

Perkins Electric Co., tungsten lamps, 100 at 24c, 600 at 30c. 204 00 

Tremblay & Co.: 657 ft. basswood, $43.49; 133 ft. mahogany, $51.87; 742 ft. oak, $119.70; 

2,819 ft. spruce, $112.76; 1,856 ft. pine, $148.57; sundry, $77.22 553 61 

Carried forward 560, 452 09 



1,993 85 
2,928 18 
2.015 00 
2,033 00 
1,620 00 


5,044 19 

2,760 00 

2,280 00 

44,313 16 

179 35 

182 19 

172 96 


1,241 85 


421 75 


2,656 32 


680 75 

151 65 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices federaux: Entretien — Suite. 

Brought forward 560,452 09 

Montreal Buildings Generally— Concluded. 

Wall Bros.: 3 brushes, $4.50; 20 gal. dos-all, $30; 50 gal. enamelette, $75 109 50 

Carfares, etc., $304.18; cartage, $450.20; Canuck cleanser, GOO lb., $29.70; freight, $10.88; 
gaskets, $46.59; metal polish, $39.05; tungsten lamps, $53.50; repairs, $72.26; 1,237 1b. 
savogran, $111.25; 536 lb. linseed soap, $65.94; 1,202 lb. soap powder, $85.63; telephone 

tolls, $286.32; 6 truck wheels, $20.44; sundry, $139.51 1,721 45 

Murray Bay Public Building ($1,900.78)— 

( Jaretaker, P. Lefrancois, 12 m., $499.96; care of clock, F. E. Desbiens, $75 574 96 

( Janadian Import Co., 44-2 tons coal, $590.07; Lapointe, A., fence, $235 825 07 

( Jouturier, Jos.: clock, $12; 9 cords wood, $90; sundry, $63.73 165 73 

Nairn Falls Power & Pulp Co., light, 12 m 214 49 

Cartage, $5.20; 200 tungsten lamps, $55; water, $15.86; feed water treatment, $16.50; 

sundry, $27.97 120 53 

Nicolet Public Building ($1,389.38)— 

Caretaker, U. Papillon, 12 m., $519.96; water rates, $70.80 590 76 

Courteau, Jacques: 25-897 ton coal, $271.93; sundry, $6.17 278 10 

Leblanc, J. A., sundry repairs, labour, $333.13, supplies, $12.03 345 16 

Nicolet Electric Co.: light, 12 m. to Mar. 20, 1918, $135.47; repairs, $4.15. 139 62 

Repairs, $8.14; wood, $15; sundry, $12.60 35 74 

JNiominingue Immigration Building ($433)— 

Caretaker, V. Charbonneau, y., $300; Lamoureux, E., 26 cord wood, $117 417 00 

Oil, $15; use of gate $1 16 00 

Noyan Custom House ($217) — 

Ahern Safe Co., safe, $189; Derick, S. S., installing safe, $28 217 00 

Paspebiac Ry. Station, painting letter box 1 30 

Peribonca Public Building ($295.07)— 

Caretaker, J. Larouche, y., $199.92; Berube, J. E., 50 cord wood, $90 289 92 

Oil, $2.25; sundry supplies, $2.90 5 15 

Pierreville Public Building ($600.56)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. S. G. Boucher, y., $150; light, 12 m., $47.11 197 11 

Descoteaux, C. E.: door, $38; 22 fly screens, $35.20; sundry repairs, $40 113 20 

Laperriere, D. & A.: 13 ton coal, $120.60; water, $15 135 60 

Door check, $10.75; coal, $12.73; hardware, $18.30; paint, $9; repairs, $30.95; wood, $38; 

sundry, $34.92 154 65 

Plessisville Public Building ($644.54)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. O. Vallee, 12 m., $120; Bertrand, D., 17 cord maple, $55.25 1/5 25 

Plessis Electric Co.: lighting, 12 m., $280.80; repairs, 75c 281 55 

Plessisville Foundry, 8-005 ton coal 112 00 

Repairs, $5.60; supplies, $23.59; 70 tungsten lamps, $18.60; water, $27.95 75 74 

Quebec, Agriculture Department — ■ . ^ 

Rent: Apr., M. M. Germain, $25; May to Jan., Mrs. P. Patry, $225 250 00 

Quebec Archives ($782.30)— 

Caretaker, M. A. Paquet, 12 m., $360; light, 9 m., $6.30 366 30 

Dupuis, A., 3 cord wood, $23; White, Miss M., rent 12 m., $393 416 00 

Quebec Citadel (Governor General's Quarters) ($4,917.07)— 

Caretaker, M. Lewis, 365 d., $638.75; cleaners, $417 I,0o5 7o 

Allevn, J., army deck awning, 20 ft. by 24 ft. and curtain ^2 ?2 

Can~ Import Co., 89-925 ton coal, $980.17; Dupuis, A., 8 cord wood, $70 1,050 17 

Gurney-Massey Co., coal range, single high shelf, etc 126 15 

Leonard, B.: labour, $472.10; paint, $169.17; wallpaper, $93.20; sundry, $79.21 813 68 

Perry, Jas., repairing furniture and furnishings 327 80 

Peters, L. H., sundry carpenter repairs .• • • ■ • 98 43 

Quebec Electric Co.: lamps, 60 carbon, $16.80, 72 tungsten, $28.80; sundry electrical work, 

§14g 4Q 194 06 

Quebec Ry.] Light," Heat'& Power Co.', light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1917 285-40 

Shaw & Co., S. J.: refrigerator, $80; sundry, $51.11 ••••.;■ • • • 131 11 

Walker, John: range boiler, $42.50; making iron posts for tennis grounds, $38.40; sundry 

repairs, $290.06 :~.~~± \ ' ' IVV 37 ° 96 

Cartage, $7.62; 7 clothes baskets. $59.50; 2 setts grates, $62.50; painting flag pole, $50; 

repairs, $117.86; telephone exchange, y., $34; sundry, $42.08 373 56 

Quebec Custom House ($10,985.97)— r ^ tn 

Elevatormen, A. Martin, $720, sundry, $698.25; firemen, M. Arkinson, $840, J. Bigaouette, 

$720; cleaners, $1,080 MS Si 

Can. Import Co., coal, 35-24 ton at $7.34, 205-865 at $10.90 2, £S ™ 

City of Quebec, water rates, y. to Apr. 30, 1918 .-■• — - , ?00 00 

Otis-Fensom Elev. Co.: changing elevator machinery, $1,078; sundry repairs, $83.73 1, lbl 76 

Paquet Co.: 3 chairs, $30.50; 2 rugs, $18.90, $45; sundry, $20.80 115 20 

Quebec Electric Co.: 6 goose neck lamps, $27; sundry, $54.88 . . . 81 88 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $688.05; power, 12 m. to Dec. 31, $700. 1,388 05 

Carried forward 583,821 71 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 87 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices f€deranx: Entretien— Sifite. 

Brought forward 583,821 71 

Quebec Custom House — Concluded. 

Book case, $25.75; cabinet, 866; care of clock, y., $50; carting ashes, $93.20; carting snow, 
$40; 2 desks, $80; desk and chair, $40; 200 tungsten lamps, $54; repairs, $108.80; 
telephone exchange, 2 telephones, $92; washing windows, $34.50; water cooler, $17; 
9 cords wood, $76; sundry, $101.05 878 30 

Quebec Engineer's Office: beaverboard, $5.04; glazing, $1.50 6 54 

Quebec Examining warehouse ($6,875.57) — 

Elevator-men, D. Couture, y., $720, M. Mullen, 9-226 m., $553.54; engineer, D. P. 
Kennedy, y., $960; fireman J. G. McLaughlin, y., $780; cleaner, Mrs. J. G. Gagnon, 

$360 3, 373 54 

Bourgeois, A.: removing ashes, $34.35; removing snow, $125 159 35 

Canadian Import Co., coal, 15-065 ton at $7.34, 103-91 at $10.90 1,243 17 

( )ity of Quebec: repairs to drainage, $99.63; water rates to Apr. 30, 1918, $450 549 63 

Dupuis, A., wood, 25 cords at $8, 6 at $9 254 00 

Quebec Ry. L., H. & P. Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $3.10; electric light, 9 m., $213.75; 

power, 12 m. to Dec. 31, $900 ' 1,116 85 

Shaw & Son, C. S., insurance on 3 boilers 110 50 

Hardware, $15.99; 300 lb. water treatment, $33; sundry, $19.54 68 53 

Quebec Immigration Buildings ($4,683.46) — 

Bergeron, J. S., rent, 12 m., $495.83; Dupuis, A., 18 cord wood, $150 645 83 

Canadian Import Co., 128.12 ton coal at $10.90 1,396 51 

Quebec Ry. L. H. & P. Co.: light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $1,264.87; power, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 

$1,365; power for fans, $11.25 2,641 12 

Quebec Marine Agency ($1,449.54) — 

Can. Import Co., 60-715 tons coal at $10.90 661 79 

City of Quebec, water rates, y. to Apr. 30, 1918 750 00 

Chair, $5.75; 4 cord wood, $32 /. . 37 75 

Quebec Medical Superintendent, Immigration Hospital — 

Jack, John, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 600 00 

Quebec Observatory ($289.12)— 

Bureau, G., sundry improvements to time ball 158 00 

Citv of Quebec, water rates to Apr. 30, 1918 50 00 

Light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $48.49; repairs, $28; sundry, $4.63 81 12 

Quebec Post Office, Case Examiner's Office — 

Paris, Mrs. O., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 240 00 

Quebec Post Office ($23,776.25)— 

Caretaker, 12 m.: J. P. Desjardins, $345.89; O. B. Leclerc, $536.30 882 19 

Elevator-men, A. Poulin, $660, L. Sansfacon, $660; engineers, A. Bourassa, $960, T. 
Lagace, $1,080; firemen, M. Bedard, $780, F. J. Cooper, $960, P. Maranda, $780; 

cleaners, $3,713.56; care of clock, $100; watchman, $720 10,413 56 

Can. Import Co., coal, 54-365 ton at $7.44, 393-685 at $10.90 4,695 62 

Chinic Hardware Co.: 6 door checks, $48.50; cyl. oil, $15; sundry, $161 224 50 

City of Quebec, water rates, y. to Apr. 30, 1918 !...'. 810 00 

Gervais, E., painting 225 street post boxes 212 50 

Huot, Ad.: sett Shell grate bars, $146.25; sundry repairs, $37.10 183 35 

Legare, P. T.: 6 chairs, $46.25; 2 flat desks, $58, one roll top, $47; sundry, $31.65 182 90 

Leonard, B.: painting and lettering doors, $93; tinting in offices, $98.70; sundry, $20.60. . . 212 30 

Maranda, D.: stock cupboard, as agreed, $315; removing ashes, $55.30 370 30 

Marquis, L. C: 949 ft. pine, $85.88; 2,630 ft. spruce, $94.22; sundry lumber, etc., $59.33. . 239 43 

Quebec Electric Co.: batteries, $56; 26 pendant lights, $32.50; sundry, $185.17 273 67 

Quebec Ry., Light, Heat & Power Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $4.30; electric light, 9 m. to 

Dec. 31, $776.66; power, 12 m.-to Dec. 31, $775 1,555 96 

Sherry, J. P., equipping 3 boilers w r ith fuel saving device 1 ,750 00 

Trudel, Eug.: cartage, $10; removing snow, $235 245 00 

West Disinfecting Co.: 88 gal. euchrelyptum, $184.80; 2 drums, $13 197 80 

Boiler insurance, $48.79; lumber, $58.74; 1,520 ft. oak moulding, $41.90; repairs, $123.81; 
rug, $40; removing ashes, $244.10; lalo spray, $34.50; supplies, $247.23; telephone 
exchange, 7 telephones, y., $274.36; 7 trucks, $66.50; 3 uniforms, $87; 5 cords wood, 
$40; sundry, $20.24 1, 327 17 

Quebec Post Office Inspector's Office — 

Legare, P. T.: 2 chairs, $10; desk, $28 38 00 

Quebec Postal Station B. ($3,127.19)— 

' Dom. Fish & Fruit Co., rent, 12 m., $3,000; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., section, $54.48. . . 3,054 48 
Quebec Ry., Light, Heat & Power Co., electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31 72 71 

Quebec, Candiac Post Office, rent, J. P. Tardival, 12 m 95 83 

Quebec, Faubourg St. Jean Post Office ($890.30)— 

Alleyn, C. E., rent, Nov. 1, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918 875 

Cleaning building, etc., $12; printing, $3.30 15 30 

Quebec, St. Roch Post Office ($2,339.66)— 

Caretaker, J. B. Turcotte, y., $559.92; charwoman, Mrs 1 . J. Letarte, $360 ' 919 92 

Can. Import Co., coal, 11-585 ton at $7.48, 45-61 at $10.90 583 80 

City of Quebec, water rates, y . to Apr. 30, 1918 400 00 

Carried forward 628, 675 53 



V— 88 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices f€d£raux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 628,675 53 

Quebec St. Roch Post Office — Concluded. 

Quebec Ry., Light, Heat & Power Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $36.10; electric light, 9 m., 

$229.50; power, 12 m. to Dec. 31, $50 315 60 

Door check, $7.50; removing ashes and snow, $59; repairs, $6.25; wood, $32; sundry, 

$15.59 120 34 

Quebec, St. Sauveur Post Office ($1,602.09)— 

Caretaker, N. Gauvin, y., $459.96; water rates, y. to Apr. 30, 1918, $193.75 653 71 

Barbeau, Nap., repairs to roof and chimney 282 00 

('an. Import Co., 30-18 tons coal at $10.90 328 96 

Maranda, D.: plate glass, $43; repairs, etc., $36.64 79 64 

Quebec Ry., L.. H. & P. Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $56.30; electric light, $109.14 165 44 

Removing snow, $50; repairs, $29.84; sundry, $12.50 v . 92 34 

Quebec Registrar's Office (Military Service) ($3,248.98)— 

Cote, P. J.: 40 yd. cocoa matting, $31.33; sundry, $20.35 51 68 

Crown Furn. Co.: 220 chairs, $179.40; 11 arm chairs, $27.50; 8 desks, $85.25; 85 tables, 

$285; sundry, $27.75 604 90 

Donati, F.; painting, glazing and sundry repairs 306 56 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 18 sections at $40, 2 at $9.50; top, $4; 2 pr. ends, $20; express, 

$66.85 829 85 

Pageot, A., 8 signs, lettered 11 50 

Quebec Electric Co.: labour, $155.60; 31 nitro lamps, $68.55; 23 nitro fixtures, $172.50; 

sundry, $145.65 542 30 

Steel Equipment Co.: 19 cabinets at $40; 10 pr. ends, $100; express, $42.19 902 19 

Quebec War Tax Office ($394.85)— 

Gaudry, L. H., rent, Mar. 6, 1917-Mar. 31, 1918. 320 83 

Cleaning, $54; light, $6.77; sundry, $13.25 74 02 

Quebec Weights & Measures — 

Can. Import Co., 15-695 tons coal, $171.08; Quebec Ry. L. H. & P. Co., light, 9 m., $5.62. 176 70 

Quebec City Buildings generally ($5,942.74)— 

Electrician, A. Lacasse, yr., SI, 140; plumber, J. E. Collin, $1,080 2,220 00 

Joiners at $3.25 per day: E. Lefebvre, $1,001; D. Lortie, $1,001; A Petitclerc, $1,001. . . . 3,003 00 
Quebec Electric Co.: lamps, nitro., 60 watt, 75 at $1, 100 watt, 25, $31.25, tungstens, 

25 watt, 175 at 32c, 40 watt, 225 at 32c, 60 watt, 225 at 38c; sundry, $16.28 336 03 

Savard, J.: lye, 811.50; soap, $21; sundry, $44.28 76 78 

Cartage, $14; hardware, $70.97; 100 lamps, $37.50; caretaker's supplies, $127.50; sundry, 

$56.96 306 93 

Richmond Public Building ($1,718.40)— 

Caretaker, H. Desmarais, yr., $499.96; care of clock, yr., $50 549 9fc- 

Desmarais, S. E.: 3-34 tons coal, $32.07; wood, $111.50; 4 batteries, $1.60 145 17 

Fisk, W.: installing h.w. boiler, $67.82; sundry plumbing, $15.85 83 67 

Julien Lambert Co.: 6 brass flush bolts, $36; 3 cyl. locks, $31.50; 9 butts, $20.25; sundry, 

$54.30 142 05 

Pearson, E. J., 36-867 tons coal at $9.50 350 24 

Richmond County Electric Co.: light, 11 m. to Mar. 7, $253.84; lighting clock, $28.05; . 

supplies, 45c 282 34 

Lamps, 104, $36.60; linoleum, $14; repairs, $43.23; water, $25; sundry, $46.14 164 97 

Rigaud Public Building ($925.05)— 

Caretakers: J. B. Charlebois, $150; G. Vallee, $150 300 00 

Decoste, B., coal, 28-538 tons at $10, 4-55 at $10.25 332 02 

North River Electric Co., light, yr., to Feb. 27, 1918 179 38 

Repairs, $81; caretaker's supplies, $32.65 113 65 

Rimouski Public Building ($1,398.99)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. P. Lepage, yr., $349.92; water rates, yr., $300 649 92 

Can. Import Co., 24-65 tons coal, $210.26; Credit Municipal Canadian, light 12 m., $108.30 318 56 

Talbot, Ltd.: 30 tons coal, $330; sundry, $20.57 350 57 

Cartage, $3; repairs, $12.90; caretaker's supplies, $16.04; wood, $48 79 94 

Roberval Immigration Building ($501.17) — 

Caretaker, P. Lavoie, yr., $199.92; St. Pierre, A., 80 eds wood, $240 439 92 

Light, 6 m. to i^ept. 30, $15; telephone exchange, yr., $25; water, 9 m., $18.75; sundry, 

$2.50 61 25 

Roberval Public Building ($1,514.48)— 

Caretaker, J. Bolduc, yr., $499.96; care of clock, yr., $50 549 96 

Cote, Boivin & Co.: 35 tons coal at $9.50; sundry, $8.70 341 20 

St. Pierre, Eug., 40 eds wood at $3 120 00 

Town of Roberval: light, yr. to Mar. 31, $379.20; water, 6 m., $12.50; sundry, $9.43 401 13 

Repairs, $61; caretaker's supplies, $41.19 102 19 

Rock Island Public Building ($943.80)— 

Caretaker: O. Garceau, May 19-Mar. 31, $447.27; sundry, $52.68 499 95 

Heater, $6; 75 lamps, $24; light, 12 m., $199.44; repairs, $29.64; water, $28.51; winding 

clock, Feb. 7, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918, $58.33; wood, $71; sundry, $26.93 443 85 

Carried forward 647,478 72 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices f€d€raux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward : 647,478,72 

Ste. Agathe des Monts Public Building ($1,418.11)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Grignon, yr., $499.96; light, 12 m., $267.01 766 97 

Glen, O.C., 26-37 tons coal, $290.05; Menard, J. M., 25 cds. wood, $56.25 346 30 

Lafleur Industrielle, Inc.: glazing, $50.85; general repairs, $31.95 82 80 

Cartage, $14; express, $2.85; 115 lamps, $47.75; 2 brass plates, $11; repairs, $76.74; care- 
taker's supplies, $44.70 197 04 

Detailed in 1915-16, V-29 i 25 00 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue Post Office ($297.60)— 

Town of Ste. Anne de Bellevue: rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $250; light, 10 m. to Jan. 

31, S21; water, 12 m. to April 30, 1918, $26.60 297 60 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere Exp. Farm — 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., 29-45 tons coal 235 60 

St. Eustache Public Building ($433.39)— 

Village of St. Eustache, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 300 00 

Light, 12 m. to Mar. 8, $33.97; 12 lamps, $6.02; repairs, $65.90; water, 18 m. to May 1, ' 

1917, $22.50 - 133 39 

St. Felix de Valois Post Office— 

Plouffe, Alcide, rent, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 108 75 

St. Gabriel de Brandon Public Building ($1, 274.48)— 

Caretaker, A. Coutu, 12 m., $499.96; care of clock, 10 m. to Nov. $41.67 541 63 

Dugas, Alf., 20 cds wood, $160; town of St. Gabriel, light, to Jan. 31, $116.44 276 44 

Roch, Ulric: 29-918 tons coal, $329.09; sundry, $14.37 343 46 

Labour, $32.30; repairs, $38.15; wood, $29.25; sundry, $13.25 : 112 95 

St. Georges de Beauce Post office — 

Moisan, Mrs. P. L., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 200 00 

St. Hyacinthe Inland Revenue Building ($841.57)— 

Caretaker, E. Clapin, yr., $499.96; electric light, yr. to Mar. 6, $61.16 561 12 

Caderette, A.: 22-165 tons coal, $188.40; 2 cds. wood, $23 211 40 

Four gal. floor finish, $17; repairs, $14.15; wood, $13; sundry, $24.90 69 05 

St. Hyacinthe Public Building ($1,463.91) — 

Caretaker, F. X. Tetreault, yr., $519.96; cleaners, $66 585 96 

Cadorette, A.: 29-66 tons coal, $252-11; 3 cds wood, $34.50 286 61 

Chartier, H., 7£ cds wood, $78.81; Southern Canada Power Co., light, 12 m., $198.82. ... 277 63 
Ash sifter, $12.75; 149 batteries, $52.15; care of clock, 13 m., $108.33; repairs, $89.14; 

sundry, $51.34 313 71 

St. Jean de Matha Post Office: rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 25 00 

St. Jer6me Public Building ($1, 130.73)— 

Caretaker, T. Grignon, yr., $499.96; Cousineau, H., 10 cds. wood, $93 592 96 

Fournelle, J. D., 32.592 tons coal at $10 325 92 

Town of St. Jerome: light, 12 m., $71.90; water, yr., $59.96 13186 

Tungsten lamps, 63. $18.90; repairs, $23.85; sundry, $37.24 79 99 

St. Johns Custom House ($966.45)— 

Caretaker, L. Forrant, yr., $349.92; Donaghy, J., 20 tons coal, $180 529 92 

Julien-Lambert Co.: ash can, $12.75; hose, $7; steel mat, $15.75: sundry, $16.41 51 91 

Potvin, P.: fence, $21.60; rebuilding chimney, $100.23; repairs, $83.20; 10 fly screens, 

$28' 233 03 

Light, 12 m. to Mar. 27, $50.74; water, 12 m., $55 105 74 

Hardware, $6.50; 100 lamps, $29.60; sundry, $9.75 45 85 

St. Johns Post Office (81,176.10) — 

Caretaker, W. Brosseau, yr., $300; light, yr., $137.17; water. 8 m. to Jan. 1, $33.34 470 81 

Donaghy, J.: 50.565 tons coal, $451.04; wood, $1.50 452 54 

Julien-Lambert Co.: 6 brass extension bolts, $30; 2 door checks, $20; 2 dead locks and 

2 door pulls, $28; sundry, $16.20 94 20 

Lamps, 125, $33.30; repairs, $86.10; sundry, $39.15 158 55' 

St. Joseph de Beauce Post Office ($398.01)— 

Ahem Safe Co., safe, $105; Perron, A., furniture, $37.50 142 50 

Vezina, Jules, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1918 200 00 

Light, 12 m. to Feb. 4, $19.41; 2 brass rails, $16.80; water, $9; sundry. $10.30 55 51 

St. Lambert Public Building ($1,056.73)— 

Caretaker, J. Ste. Marie, $491.65; light, 12 m. to Mar. 8, $93.46 585 11 

Julien-Lambert Co.: 2 roof dryers, $40; 5 gal. floor varnish, $21.25; sundry, $26.71. ... 87 96 

Smiley, C. W.: coal, 29 tons at $9.25; 4 cds wood, $37 305 25 

Labour, $8; 30 lamps, $8.40; repairs $7.45; water, 12 m., $26.52; sundry, $28.04 78 41 

St. Regis Custom House: 7 tons coal at $8 25 57 75 

Ste. Rose Post Office: Village of Ste. Rose, rent, 12 m 162 00 

Ste Therese Public Building ($1 , 361 47)— 

Caretaker, A. Matte, yr., $499 96; care of clock, yr., $54. 17 554 13 

Blanchard, A., 35 tons coal, $350; Charrons & Frere, repairs, $55 20 405 20 

Laval Electric Co.: light, 12 m. to Mar. 27, $172 62; repairs, $10 02 182 64 

Ash can, $12 75; cleaning, $10 50; 100 lamps, $29.60; repairs, $23.85; tank, $11; 22 cds. 

wood, $64; sundry, $67.80 219 50 

Carried forward 660, 086 37 



V— 90 W DITOR (ii:\i:/:\L'8 REPORT, 1911-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fe"d<fraiix : Entretien— Suite . 

Brought forward 600,086 37 

St. Tito Post Office (SI, 333. 46)— 

Dessureault, J. A., 6 tons coal, $81; L'Heureux and Lebrun, rent, yr., $200 281 00 

Marchand, E. L.: repairs, $45.37; 2 stoves, $29.50; 6 cds. wood, $29.25 104 12 

Rubenstein Bros.: brass grill, $26.50; 2 eng'd plates, $16; 3 receivers, $43; sundry re- 
pairs, etc., $21.35 106 85 

Schell Co., J. T., post office fittings, as agreed 778 00 

Two chairs, $6; 30 lamps, $12.61; light Sept. 11 to Dec. 5, $10.70; 3 stools, $9.50; repairs, 

$10; sundry, $14.68 63 49 

Sayabec Post Office: Boulay, Mrs. H. B., rent 12| in. to Mar. 31 130 21 

Shawinigan Tails Public Building ($1,477.88)— 

Caretaker, C. deCarufel, yr., $499.96; Flamand, C. H., 55 tons coal, $607.50, 12 cds. wood, 

$45 1 , 152 46 

Rheault, Alex.: kalsomining, $49.80; repairs, $20.90 70 70 

St. Maurice Light & Power Co.: light, 12 m., $110.45; repairs, $5.39 115 84 

Lamps, 100, $29; repairs, $9.80; water, 9 m., $22.92; sundry, $77.16 138 88 

Shawville Public Building ($1,186,72) — 

Caretaker, Wm. Elliott, yr., $499 96; light, yr., $269.03 768 99 

Hartt & Adair, 29-5 tons coal, $275.83; Thompson, H., 15 cds. wood, $52.50 328 33 

Cartage of coal, $22.75; 123 mazdas, $40.82; repairs, &c, $25.83 89 40 

Sherbrooke Engineer's Office ($1,407)— 

Bell Tel. Co., Exchange service yr., $67; Quebec Central Ry., rent yr., $1,400 1,467 00 

Sherbrooke P. O. Inspector's Office ($1,134.22)— 

Page Printing & Binding Co., rent, 12 m. to Mar 996 00 

Freight, $6.56; light, 12 m. to Mar. 14, $18.36; 2 cabinet sections, $58.30; mail truck, 

$55 138 22 

Sherbrooke Public Building ($2 \ 916.' 02)— ' 

Caretaker, O. Deseve, yr., $499.96; cleaners, $315 814 96 

City of Sherbrooke, service, 12 m. to Mar., 1918: gas, $61.26; electric light, $423.87; 

water, $51.98 537 11 

Coderre & fils Co.: coal, 3-25 tons at $9, 64-57 at $9.50, one ton, $12; sundry, $23 677 67 

Department of Militia & Defence, 12-535 tons coal at $8 . 50 106 55 

Marchant Decorating Co.: painting 35 mail boxes, $81; repairing ceiling, $13.95 94 95 

McSwiggin, W. L., sundry repairs and supplies 84 07 

Wilson, A. R., sundry repairs to plumbing, &c 101 27 

Cartage, $103.90; care of clock, yr., $62; vacuum cleaner, $50.25; desk, $30; 117 lamps, 

$46.90; repairs, $72.34; cabinet section, $20.65; wood, $38; sundry, $75.40 499 44 

Sorel Public Building ($2,493.02)— 

Caretaker, J. B. Cadoret, yr., $480; cleaner, $84 564 00 

City of Sorel: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 30, $75.84; water, 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1918, $250 325 84 

Coron, F. D.: repairing, $59.79; 150 ft. sidewalk, $45 *. 104 79 

Julien-Lambert Co.: ash can, $12. 75; inner springs for door checks, $27.75; sundry, $29.09 69 59 

Leclaire & fils: 9 tons coal, $87.50; sundry $17 104 50 

Martin, Alexis: 70 tons coal at $8.35; 4 cds. maple, $37 ' 021 50 

Screl Electric Co., electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 338 35 

Care of clock and repairs, yr., $59.28; 200 lamps, $57.40; painting mail boxes, $20; plastering 

ceiling, $31.50; repairs, $112.05; sundry $78.81 305 04 

Spirit Lake Experimental Farm ($300.77)— 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., 29-45 tons nut coal at $12.25 300 77 

Stanstead Post Office ($212.45)— 

Terrill.MissG.B.: rent, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $75.28; sundry repairs and cleaning, $137. 17 212 45 

Terrebonne Public Building ($1,000.72)— 

Caretaker, J. Briere, yr., $300; Moody & Sons Co., 19-42 tons coal, $170.72 470 72 

Chapleau, J. H.: entrance into basement from yard, $157.35; sundry repairs, $10.35. . . . 173 70 

Ash can, $12.75; 2 door checks, 2 push plate and pulls and 2 cyl. dead locks, $00.70; 102 
lamps, $40.55; light, 9 m. to Oct. 31, $57; repairs, $25.53; water, $17; wood, $93; 
sundry, $37.77 350 30 

Thetford Mines Public Building ($1,202.20)— 

Caretaker, J. Guillemette, yr. $150; light, 13 m. to Mar. 31, $200 410 00 

Beaudoin, P. E.: 24-532 tons coal $318.92; 15 cds. wood, $02.50; sundry, $11.93 393 35 

Nadeau, A.: repairs to roof of annex, $214.50; cartage, $3 '. 217 50 

Ash can, $12. 75; cartage $7; 3 chairs $18; dos-all, $15; 125 lamps, $37. 15; repairs, $19.32; 

water, 18 m. to Apr. 30, $45; wood, $00.50; sundry, $20.09 241 41 

Trois Pistoles Post Office ($125) — 

Town of Trois Pistoles, rent, 15 m. to Mar. 31 125 00 

Trois Rivieres Paymaster's Office ($240) — 

La Cie d'lmprimerie et de Publicite, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 240 00 

Trois Rivieres P.O. Inspector's Office ($575.04)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. A. Romain, yr. $130; light, $17.54; fan, $8.10 : 155 04 

Knights of Columbus, rent 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 '. 420 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ c ts. 

Edifices fecleraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 676, 002 34 

Trois Rivieres Public Building ($2,633.19)— 

Caretaker, R. Sawyer, yr., $750; helpers, $304.50 1,054 50 

Hartt & Adair Coal Co., 66-5 tons egg coal at $8.95 595 18 

Marchand, Z.: 28 tons coal, $280; cartage, $44.40; wood, $8 332 40 

Marineau, A.: painting mail boxes, $107.30; sundry repairs, $42.86 150 16 

North Shore Power Co., light, 12 m. to Mar. 8, 1918 274 16 

Baler, $47.50; labour, $8.30; 100 lamps, $26.35; repairs, $47.30; water, 12 m., $50.37; 

sundry, $46.97 226 79 

Valleyfield Public Building ($3,125.61)— 

( aretakcr, Nap. Picard, yr., $532.47; cleaner, 8 m., $120 652 47 

Lafontaine, Jos.: cleaning, painting and repairing walls, $575.15; washing windows, $101; 

sundry repairs, $388.35 1,084 50 

Lamothe, J. M.: glazing, $25; repairs, $65.80 90 80 

Langevin, N.: 61-88 tons coal, $541.45; 56 lamps, $32.60; sundry, $36.50 610 55 

Plante, W., 16 cds., wood, $174. ; Valleyfield Electric Co., light, $172.87 ' 346 87 

Careof clock, $44; cartage, $15. €0; labour, $31.70; repairs, $45. 73; soap, $17; uniform, $25; 

2 wastepaper baskets, $12.30; water, yr. to July 18, $90; sundry, $79.09 360 42 

Verdun Public Building ($441.50)— 

Perron, H., rent, 12 m. to Mar. $300; St. Pierre, A., rent temporary quarters, Dec. 17- 

Jan. 17, $55 355 00 

Two chairs and 2 desks, $74 . 50; door-check, $7; labour, $5 86 50 

Victoriaville Public Building ($1,205.98)— 

Caretaker: Mrs. A. Dunn, Apr. 1-May 15, $37.10; J. E. Giroux, May 15-Mar. 31, $263.71. . 300 81 

Letarte, Jacob: 7-09 tons coal, $78; 31 cds. wood, $98.75 176 75 

Pepin, L. O., 25-775 tons coal at $10 257 75 

Light, 12 m. to Mar. $148.72; water, Apr.-June, 1916, yr. 1917, yr. 1918, 27 m., $112.50.. . . 261 22 

Two cupboards, $40; repairs, $104.04; wood, $41.59; sundry, $23.82 209 45 

Quebec Province, Buildings Generally ($1,071.80) — 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone tolls 57 54 

Travel and outlay: R. L. Deschamps, $28.75; G. S. Gingras, $728.65; I. Lacasse, $21.65; 

A. Pouliot, ?47.38; S. Robitaille, $5.25 831 68 

Stationery Office 182 58 

Acton Public Building ($940.06)— 

Caretaker. J. Anderson, y., $499.96; care of clock, G. Hynds, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, April 1 to June 30, 1917, Aug. 1, 1917, to Mar. 31, 1918 86 59 

Henderson, D. A., wood, 13| cords 108 00 

Small payments: hardware, oil, etc., $33.45; labour and repairs, $43.40; papering, as per 

contract, $22; putting in drain, as per contract, $30; wood, $18; sundries, $48.66 195 51 

Alexandria Public Building ($1,086.44)— 

Caretaker, D. K. McDonald, y., $499.92; electric light, 1917, $222.30; water, 1917, $7.50 729 72 

Morris Bros., coal, 30 tons egg 262 50 

Small payments: hardwood, 15 cords, $45; labour and repairs, $20.50; sundries, $28.72. . 94 22 

Almonte Public Building ($1,267.87) — 

Caretaker, P. Burns, y., $499 .96; care of clock, J. W. Brokenshire, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $224.96; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $93.75 318 71 

Gilmour, A. C.: rebuilding coal bin, as per contract, $47; sundry labour, $5 52 00 

Taylor Bros.: coal, 4-035 tons, $47.32; repairs and material, $34.05 81 37 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $40.14; electrician, 12 d., $47.16; electrical supplies, 

$54.53; labour and repairs, $57.95; wood, 4 cords, $40; sundries, $26.05 265 83 

Amherstburg Public Building ($972.73)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. Elliott, y., $499.96; electric light, y., $100.03; water, y., $35 634 99 

Falls-Barron Co., coal, 1 ton egg, $8.25, 26 tons furnace, $221 229 25 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $19.35; repairs, $21.55; wood, 8 cords, $40; sundries, 

$27.59 108 49 

Arnprior Public Building ($2,393.63)— 

Caretaker, R. Tait, y., $499.96; care of clock, W. A. Whyte, 1| y., to Mar. 31, 1918, $75. . . 574 96 

Electric light, Oct. 2, 1916, to Mar. 20, 1918, $556.95; water, y., $32 588 95 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $52.15; freight, wire, etc., $5.54 57 69 

Drysdale, R. S.: coal, 28-4675 tons egg, $267.71, 1-62 tons stove, $14.98; coke, 7-2 tons, 

$86.40; wood, $12 ! 381 09 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: cable, 180 ft., $22; conduit, 420 ft., $52.80; sundries, $60.03 134 83 

Rudd, S. R. & Co.: alterations and additions to interior fittings, as per contract, $725, 

less $400 paid in 1916-17, page V— 111, $325; glass, $32.85; labour and repairs, $59.15; 

putting in 78 glasses in p.o. boxes and lettering, $20; sundries, $43.82 480 82 

Small payments: coal, $18.16; electrician, 12 d., $30; 87 electric lamps, $37.35; labour and 

repairs, $32.55; wood, $25; sundries, $32.23 175 29 

Athens Public Building ($852.44)— 

Care of clock, J. E. Chrysler & Co., y. to May 1, 1918. 50 00 

Earl Construction Co.: gas supplied, 1917, $103.50; gasoline, 190 gal., $89.70; sundries, 

$16.70 209 90 

Beach, G. W., coal, 23 tons furnace 230 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. S cts. 

Edifices flderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 691 , 631 05 

Athens Public Building — Concluded. 

Pritchard-A iul tews Co.: brass railings, $194.85; expressage and packing, $11 .65 206 50 

Ross, Geo. & Co.: erection of brass railing, voucher outstanding R.W. 4270, $34.50; plumb- 
ing repairs, $40 74 50 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $23.54; labour and repairs, $30.50; wood, 6 cords, 

$27.50 81 54 

Aurora Public Building ($1,093.86)— 

Caretaker, T. W. Stephens, y., $499.96; care of clock, y., $48.60 548 56 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 1, 1918, $32.14; water, 1917, $16 48 14 

Butcher, A.: coal, 34-485 tons egg, $301.99, 4-2625 tons nut, $38.35, 2-5 tons stove, $22.25; 

sundries, $1 363 59 

Ryman, G.: hardware, etc., $32.52; repairs, $50.75 83 27 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $25.13; sundries, $25.17 50 30 

Aylmer Public Building ($1,526.94)— 

Caretaker, A. Learn, y., $549.96; care of clock, A. H. Wegenast, 2 y., $100 649 96 

Electric light, April 1, 1917, to Feb. 18, 1918, $199.84; gas supplied, y., $180.30; water, 4 

April 1, 1917, to Feb. 18, 1918, $23.90 -404 04 

Mills, E.: papering and painting interior, as per contract, $319.50; painting hall, as per 

contract, $30 349 50 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $19.80; 80 electric lamps, $25.60; repairs, $25.24; 

plants, seeds, etc., $24.01; sundries, $28.79 123 44 

Barrie Public Building ($1,683.62)— 

Caretaker, R. Buchanan, 8 m., $333.28, Mrs. R. Buchanan, 4 m., $166.64; care of clock, 

E. H. Williams, 27 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $112.50 612 42 

Electric light, y., $258.25; gas supplied, y., $21 .21; street oiling, $29.60; water, y. to June 

1 , 191 8, $50 359 06 

Lewis & Co., coal, 50 tons egg, $437.50, 5-72 tons nut, $51.48 488 98 

Small payments: baler, $47.50; caretaker's supplies, $27.55; 74 electric lamps, $27.10; 

labour, $42.35; reDairs to brickwork and plaster, $49.80; sundries, $28.86 223 16 

Belleville Public Building ($2,829.99)— 

Caretaker, S. Haight, y., $649.92; electric light, y., $162.06; gas supplied, y., $565.70; 

water, y. to July 1, 1918, $60 .' 1,437 68 

Allen, N., coal, 90 tons, $855.02; Anderson, F. S. & Co., wood, 10 cords cut and split, $91 946 02 

Moon, J. H.: hardware, lumber, etc., $33.98; labour, $35.69 69 67 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet, $55; freight, $1 .24 56 24 

Smith Hardware Co.: 50 electric lamps, $17.50; hardware, etc., $17.03; labour, $47.95.. .. 82 48 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $36.72; 100 electric lamps, $32; gas mantles, chim- 
neys, etc.. $25.80; labour and repairs, $75.20; sprinkling street, $23.25; sundries, 

$44.93 237 90 

Blenheim Post Office: Blenheim Town, rent, 16 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 266 67 

Bowmanville Public Building ($1,041 .84)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Allin, y„ $450; care of clock, T. N. Rickard, 2 y., $100 550 00 

Electric light, y., $110; water, y., $39.82 149 82 

Loscombe, E. W. f coal, 3 tons nut, $27, 23 tons stove, $207 234 00 

Small payments: 110 electric lamps, $34.20; filling 23 window boxes, $40.25; sundries, 

$33 . 57 '••••• 108 02 

Bracebridge Public Building ($951 .50)— 

Caretaker, J. Carr, y., $499.96; care of clock, J. H. Elliott, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $97.52; water, y., $6.98 104 50 

Ecclestone, G. W.: coal, 7-62 tons grate, $74.27, 9-0725 tons stove, $84.38, 3-5 tons sundry, 

$34.69; sundries, $15.05 s 208 39 

Small payments: coal, 5-35 tons, $51 .70; sundries, $36.95 88 65 

Brampton Public Building ($1,084.17)— 

Caretaker, J. Foster, y., $499.96; care of clock, N. J. Alteman, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, 

$54.16 554 12 

Electric light, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $114.38; water, 15 m.-to Mar. 31, 1918, $48.26 162 64 

Hocking, J. A., coal, 4 tons nut, $36, 30 tons stove, $270 306 00 

Small payments: repairs, $32.25; sundries, $29.16 61 41 

Brantford Public Building ($9;769.01)— 

Caretaker, C. R. Vanfleet, y., $880; asst., J. Squire, y., $840; elevatorman, G. Sigman, 
y., $757.32; engineer, O. Jackson, y., $920; fireman, T. Poulton, y., $823.28; watchman, 
T. Cooper, y., $1,095; charwomen, y., M. Doherty, $440, Mrs. S. MacCartney, $440 6,195 60 

Care of clock, E. H. Newman & Sons, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 ' 62 50 

Electric light, y., $375.17; power, y., $332.27; gas, 11 m., $22.15; street sprinkling, 1917, 

$27.02; water, y. to Mar. 1, 1918, $59.83 816 44 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $47.50; freight, wire, etc., $12.50 60 00 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co., collapsible gate 52 50 

Gibson Coal Co., coal, 173 0825 tons egg 1.535 59 

Minnes, T. J. & Co.: additional radiators, as per contract, $264; sundries, $17.85 281 85 

Taylor, D. D.: painting, 82 letter boxes, $131.20, 20 parcel boxes, $45; sundries, $12.75. . 188 95 

Carried forward 711,665 61 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fe'deraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 711,665 61 

Brantford Public Building— Concluded. 

Webster Electric Co.: wiring elevator and stairway, $72; sundries, $19.43 91 43 

Young, J. M. & Co.: cork carpet, 41| sq. yd., $78.85; sundries, $12.70 91 55 

Small payments: baskets, 7 waste paper, $39.55; caretaker's supplies, $74.95; 2 desks, 
$70.60; 130 electric lamps, $50.02; removing garbage, $34; repairs, $69.08; sundries, 

$54.40 392 60 

Bridgeburg Public Building ($1,079.70)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Hanna, y., $349.92; electric light, y., $65.60; gas, y., $89.20; water, 

y., $20 524 72 

Benner, E. & Sons, coal, 30 tons egg 234 00 

Jamison, H. W.: installing lights and snap switches, $57; sundries, $10 67 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet, $55; 3 chairs, $20.50; cupboard, $37; desk, $55; freight, 

$2.70 170 20 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $43.43; sundries, $40.35 83 78 

Brighton Post Office: Sam. Nesbitt, rent, y 100 00 

Brockville Public Building ($2,901 .71)— 

Caretaker, C. F. Gray, y., $572.46; charwomen, Mrs. E. McLean, y., $180, sundry, $83. . 835 46 

Electric light, April 4, 1917, to Feb. 25, 1918, $673.58; water, y., $157. 25 830 83 

Brockville Lumber Co.: coal, 24-76 tons egg, $222.85, 15-635 tons mixed, $140.72, 19-645 

tons stove, $176.81; wood, 6^ cords, $28.80 569 18 

Ross, Geo. & Co.: hardware, etc., $33.58; plumbing, carpenter and mason work, plas- 
tering, tiles, etc., $375; sundry repairs, $50.30 - 458 88 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $64.29; carting ashes, etc., $25.50; 100 electric 

•lamps, $37.40; repairs, $22.58; sundries, $57.59 207 36 

Burford Public Building ($594 .04)— 

Caretaker, J. W. Bonney, y., $499.96; light, y. to Mar. 1, 1918, $69.40 , 569 36 

Small payments : 24 68 

Cardinal Public Building ($738.33)— 

Electric light, y., S50.07; water, y. to May 1, 1918, $15 65 07 

Dodge, E. V.: coal, 5-34 tons egg, $48.05, 5 tons nut, $42, 3-5 tons stove, $28; wood, 

$8.50 126 55 

Leacy, Mrs. S.: coal for heating and electric current from Nov. 21, 1916 to date of sale, 
$28; rent, 6 m. to Oct. 1, 1917, $142.58, arrears for Sept. and Oct., 1916, $40; additional 

rent, Nov. 21, 1916, to May 1, 1917, $26.67 ■ 237 25 

Ransom, C. A.: caretaker's supplies, $27.52; repairs to wall and sidewalk as per contract, 

$35; sundry repairs, $48.61 Ill 13 

Todd, Geo.: glass, paper, paint etc., $37.25, labour, $34.50 71 75 

Small payments: furniture, $31; labour, and repairs, $61.90; sundries, $25.93 118 83 

King's Printer : 7 75 

Carleton Place Public Building ($1,238.37)— 

Caretaker, J. F. Halpenny, y., $499.96; care of clock, J. A. Dack, 2 y., $100 599 96 

Electric light, Mar. 23, 1917, to Mar. 26, 1918, $174.60; water, y., $31.52 206 12 

Morris, F., coal, 30 tons egg. . 262 50 

Small payments: desk, $45; making connections to street line, $49.35; wood, 5 cd., $28.75; 

sundries, $46 . 69 169 79 

Cayuga Public Building ($497.02)— 

Caretaker, C. C. Gibson, y., $300; gas, y., $137.35; water, 1916, 1917, $9 446 35 

Small payments, caretaker's supulies, $20; sundries, $30.67 50 67 

Chatham Public Building ($2,191.81)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Mitchell, y., $600; electric light, y., $150.58; gas, y., $120.50; taxes, $3.68; 

water, y., $16.65 891 41 

Chatham Gas Co.: 112 electric lamps, $43; repairs and material, $31 .70 74 70 

Crow, A. R., coal, 20-45 tons 163 60 

McKie, T.: alterations to Customs Office, $323; installation of plumbing and sewer, $183; 

moving gas fixtures, $45; sundry repairs, $79 .67 630 67 

Oldershaw, J. & A., making six stone steps, as per contract 90 00 

Palmer, W. H.: painting 51 letter boxes, $63.75; 11 parcel boxes, $16.50; painting Inspect- 
or's Office, $35; sundry painting, $31 .50 '. 146 75 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $59.18; heater, $37; labour and repairs, $33.23; 

plants and seeds, $22.50; sundries, $42.77 194 68 

Chesley Public Building ($1,117.03) — 

Caretaker, Ed. Maher, y., $499.96; care of clock, E. J. Cobeau, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $178.30; water, 1917, $25 ? 203 30 

Halliday, M. A., coal, 30 tons 300 00 

Small payments: wood, 9 cd., S36; sundries, $27.77 63 77 

Clinton Public Building ($765.81) — 

Caretaker, Jas. Scott, y., $199.92; care of clock, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1917, $37.50 237 42 

Electric light, y., $130.96; water, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $8.94 139 90 

Halloway, A. J., coal, 5-15 tons egg, $49.25, 4-92 tons smith, $54.17, 2-56 tons, $25.05.. . . 128 47 

Plant, F. H., truck and freight 53 17 

Carried forward 723, 258 16 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices f^deraiix: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 723, 258 16 

Clinton Public Building— Concluded. 

Town of Clinton, coal, 5-44 tons, $58.68; Twitchell, C, coal, 6-4, o tons egg, $53.42 112 10 

Small payments: labour and repairs, $24.65; wood, 6 cd., $36; sundries, $34. 10 9J 75 

Cobalt Public Building: J. A. Jacobs, rent, y 1.999 99 

Cobourg Public Building (SI ,410. 14)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Russell, y ... ■ •■■•■■■ •••••••• v ■••■ ■ ■ 600 00 

Electric light, 15 m. to Mar. 19, 1918, $157.51; gas supplied, y., $75.65; street sprinkling, 

$4.77; taxes, $5.25; water, y., $45.50 288 68 

Plunkett, G., coal, 41-227 tons egg ■ • • • • • ^60 75 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $42.80; repairs, $59.15; sundries, $58.76 160 71 

Cochrane Customs Office: cartage '50 

Collingwood Public Building ($2,932.99)— 

Caretaker, D. Hawman, y., $499.92; superintendent, D. C. Barr, 5 m., $350; charwoman, 

Mrs. A. O'Hara, y., $360 ■ ;• • • ■ • ■ • • • • ■ 1-209 92 

Electric light, Nov. 20, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1918, $367.37; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, 

$97.90 465 27 

Bryan Mfg. Co., 13 storm sash, as per contract ► 76 00 

Porter, J., flowers, plants and attending to same, 1916, 1917 50 00 

Toner & Gregory, coal, 114 tons egg, $1,039.50, 5 tons nut, $45 1,084 50 

Small payments 47 ^0 

Cornwall Public Building ($1,574.59)- .,,,„„., „„' 7Q a *n 

Caretaker, C. Rivier, y., $719.50; care of clock, L. E. Bailey, y., $75.. ••••■•• '94 50 

Electric and gas lighting, 10 m. to Jan. 30, 1918, $229.35; water, y. to July 1, 1918, $75. . . . 304 35 

Electrical Equipment Co.: 120 electric lamps, $51 . 20; express, 45c 51 65 

Jarvo, A.: caretaker's supplies, $35. 14; sundries, $20.30 -w 44 

McDonald, J. M., wood, 33 cd., $165; McGuire, W. C, coal, 6 tons egg, $63 . ; . . 228 00 

Small payments: 2 clocks, $24; 84 electric lamps, $36; labour and repairs, $33; sundries, 

547 6 5 140 65 

Deseronto Public' Building ($1,400.47)— 

Caretaker, M. Hart, y., $499.92; care of clock, y., $50 ^49 92 

Gas supplied, y., $326.10; water, y., $39 ■■.■■■•■■ • ■ 36 ^ }" 

Collins, A.: caretaker's supplies, $48.62; sundries, $31 .50 »0 12 

Deseronto Coal Co., coal, 45 tons egg n qq 

Small payments u 66 

Dresden Public Building ($1,124.58)— , 

Caretaker, J. Humphrey, y., $499.96; care of clock, J. E. McGloghlon, 2 y., $100 599 96 

Electric light, y., $170.15; water, y. to Jan. 31, 1918, $40.15. 2 10 30 

Wells, G.: coal, 20 tons egg, $180, 4 tons nut, $36; wood, 10 cd., $32 248 00 

Small payments: gasoline, 105 gal., $38.65; sundries, $27.67 60 32 

Dundas Public Building ($1,358.15)- 

Caretaker, C. Cooper, y., $533.30; care of clock, J. G. Collinson, y., $50 • Si or 

Electric light, y., $150.64; gas supplied, $21.75; water, $29.46 201 8o 

Cowper, W. & Co., coal, 50-485 tons 4 f9 32 

Rowe, W.: labour, $28.50; material, $25.20 53 70 

Small payments: 75 electric lamps, $31 .75; sundries, $38.23 °9 98 

Eganville Public Building ($1,151.06)- . 

Caretaker, J. Sterling, y., $499.96; care of clock, R. G. Boland, 2 y., $100 599 96 

Electric light, y., $186.88; water, $34 t ' 220 88 

Boland, R. G.: installing tower clock, $100; sundries, $5 10- & 00 

Runke, G. G., labour and repairs .jj J 

Warren, A., wood, 20 cd. hard, $80, 15 cd. soft, $33.75 113 75 

Small payments 

Elmira Public Building ($1,063.89)— 

Caretaker, F. Mattusch, y., $499.96; care of clock, C. N. Khnck, 21 m. to Dec. 31, 191/, 

537 50 587 46 

Electric light, 11 m' M $41. 75;' taxes,' $3.30; water, y., $11 .29 56 34 

Schneider, W. H. & Co., coal, 25.06 tons egg, $200.48, 5-89 tons nut, $55.87. 2o6 35 

Small payments: bulbs, plants, etc., $29; lawn mower, $18.75; painting 10 letter boxes, $18; 

wood, 3 cd., $37; sundries, $60.99 1W /4 

Elora Public Building ($881.25)— ^ , _ . _ _ , 

Caretaker, J. Huck, 9 m., $362.47, A. Main, 2 m., $91.66; care of clock, H. Farley, y., ■ 

§50 -504 13 

Electric light, y M " $120 .17; Fischer,' C, coal, 17-7175 tons, $178.18 . 298 35 

Small payments: coal, 3-85 tons, $40.42; sundries, $38.35 <» << 

Espanola Custom Office: Goldie & McCulloch Co., safe I2to l& 

Essex Public Building ($1,478.12)— ., 1W **„ aa naa «o 

Caretaker, T. Crozier, y., $499.96, T. Trewin, April and May, $66.66. ... . . . . . ■ 56b b2 

Electric light, y., $105.37, arrears, 9 m. $57.93; gas, y., $294; water, 1917, $37.50 494 80 

Manscll, W. U., painting, papering and repairing as per contracts 7^ nn 

Pollock, A. E., additions to heating system, as per contract I'UW 

Small payments d0 /u 

Carried forward 740,067 96 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 95 
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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices f€deranx: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 740, 067 96 

Fergus Public Building ($766.63)— 

Caretaker, T. M. Broadfoot, 4 m., $133.32, Mrs. M. M. Broadfoot, 8 m., $366.64; care 

of clock, H. Gibson, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $119.92; water, $25 144 92 

Small payments: repairs $35.25; sundries, $36.50 71 75 

Fort Frances Custom Office: Goldie & McCulloch, Co.: safe, $375; cartage, $15 390 00 

Fort William Engineer's Office ($1,096.76)— 

Graham, T. A. & Home, J. T., rent, y., 975 00 

Telephone service, y., $87.26; filing case, $34.50 121 76 

Fort William Examining Warehouse ($6,126.01) — 

Caretaker, G. Neale, 1| m., $105, Wm. Patterson, 4| m., $319.67, J. Slater, 6£ m., $450.33; 

elevatormen, J. Devine, 4f m., $305.08, S. Green, If m., $113.22, H. E. Parker, 2\ m., 

$119.52, sundry, $207.58; engineers, J. Brown, 4 m., $297.74, F. Nagle, 10 m., $800, 

backpay, 14| m., $125, sundry, $70; charwoman, Mrs. C. Gibson, y., $360 3,273 14 

Electric light, 13 m., $123.95; power, 13 m., $214.55; water, 15 m. to Mar. 20, 1918, 

$202.50 541 00 

Anderson & Co.: alterations and additions to heating pipes, $59; repairs, $31 .35 90 35 

Davidson, J.: coal, 27 tons, $236.75; wood, 12 cd., $89.25 326 00 

Fort William Ice & Fuel Co., coal, 127-75 tons egg 1,258 33 

Gerry's Hardware, caretaker's supplies, $58.15; Murphy, J., coal, 31 tons, $278.75 336 90 

Turnbull Elevator Co.: board and sundry expenses, $29.25; railway fares and sleepers, 

$51.25; repairs, $38.35 118 85 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $58.15; 100 electric lamps, $30; repairs, $51.20; 

sundries, $42.09 181 44 

Fort William Public Building ($1,890.48)— 

Caretaker, J. Skea, y., $591 .66; electric light, y., $268.67; water, y., $90 950 33 

Cooper, D. A., painting, 53 letter boxes, $106, 10 parcel boxes, $27.50 133 50 

Fort William Ice & Fuel Co.: coal, 77 tons egg, $758.75; wood, $7.50 766 25 

Small payments 40 40 

Gait Public Building ($1,358.28)— 

Caretaker, T. Barrett, v., $516.60; care of clock, F. J. Brown & Son, 2 y., $100 616 60 

Electric light, y., $135.76; gas, y., $133.90; taxes, y., $13.92; water, y., $34.67 318 25 

Echlin, A.: painting, 32 letter boxes, $43.20, 11 parcel boxes, $22; sundries, $3.50 68 70 

Militia Department, coal, 6 • 92 ton grate 62 28 

Scott & Bennett: installing gas burners, as per contract, $65; repairs, $31 .76 96 76 

Smith, W. A., coal, 5-015 ton grate, $45.15, 1 ton stove, $9 54 15 

Small payments: repairs, $72.19; sundries, $69.35 141 54 

Gananoque Custom House ($634.13) — 

Electric light, y., $42.50; water, y., $14.15 56 65 

Crouter, W. K.: labour, 28 d., $112; paper, $20.68; varnish, lead, oil, etc., $71 .17 203 85 

Mitchell & Wilson: labour, 85§ h., $48.23; sundries, $13.29 61 52 

Taylor, Jas. & Son, coal, 25 ton egg, $243 . 75, 2 ton steam, $19 . 50 263 25 

Small payments 48 86 

Gananoque Public Building ($1,451.32)— 

Caretaker, H. McCalpin, y., $499.96; care of clock, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $122.79; street sprinkling, 4 y., $21.93; water, y., $20.69 165 41 

Mitchell & Wilson: labour, 163 h., $67.33; sundries, $56.59 123 92 

Newman Electric Co., installing lighting in conduit 150 00 

Taylor, Jas. & Son, coal, 42 ton egg 409 50 

Small payments 52 53 

Glencoe Public Building ($1,090.79)— 

Caretaker, E. Waterworth, y., $499.96; electric light, 13 m. to Mar. 1, 1918, $253.55 753 51 

McAlpine Bros., coal, 25-557 ton egg, $208.30, 5-5 ton nut, $46.50 254 80 

Small payments: wood, 15 cords, $33 . 75; sundries, $48 . 73 82 48 

Goderich Public Building ($1,016.42)— 

Caretaker, A. Christal, y., $550; electric light, y., $151.79 701 79 

Goderich Planing Mills: rural mail shelter, as per contract, $617, less $550 paid in 1916-17, 

page V— 115; extra extension, $123.40; sundries, $8.40 198 80 

Small payments: 108 electric lamps, $34.64; repairs, $30.18; sundries, $51.01. /. 115 83 

Grimsby Public Building ($952.76)— 

Caretaker, A. Sweet, y., $499.96; care of clock, G. E. Miller, y. to Sept. 1, 1917, $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $85.83; water, April 5, 1916 to Jan. 22, 1918, $22 . 01 107 84 

Gibson, J. H., coal, 6 ton nut, $51, 20 ton stove, $170 221 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $35 . 11 ; sundries, $38 . 85 73 96 

Guelph Public Building ($1,389.13) — 

Caretaker, N. McLean, y., $545.79; care of clock, Savage & Co., y., $50 595 79 

Electric light, y., $160.69; gas, y., $93.96; taxes, $33.08; water, y., to July 1, 1918, $37.14 324 87 

Allan, E. : 35 screens, $125; sundries, $13 . 50 138 50 

Federal Engineering Co.: 150 electric lamps, $49.40; express, 65c 50 05 

Kloepfer Coal Co., coal, 10-95 ton egg 78 84 

Carried forward '. 758, 029 59 



V — 96 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1018 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices federaux: Entretien — Suite. 

Brought forward 758,029 59 

Guelph Public Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $62.25; 70 electric lamps, $21; repairs, $47.38; 

sundries, $70.45 201 08 

Hamilton Public Building ($17,956.67)— 

Caretaker and engineer, A. Benzie, y., $1,190; elevatormen, W. R. B. Challoner, 4 m. 

1275, E. Fletcher, 2j m., $179.83, J. McCammus, 4 m., $300, T. Nicholson, y., $843, 

J. Smith, y., $840; firemen, B. Moriarty, y., $909.96, J. Wigglesworth, y., $809.89. .. . 5,347 68 
Cleaners, y., $829.92, J. Bishop, T. Butler, J. Figgins, C. Partridge, H. H. Stevenson; 

care of clocks, T. Lees, y., $65 4,214 60 

Electric light, Jan. 17, 1917 to Mar. 8, 1918, $342.59; power, 16 m. to Mar. 6, 1918, $66 59; 

gas, y. to Mar. 12, 1918, $460.71; taxes, 1917, $386.47; water, 1917, $1,405.75 2,662 11 

Bloom & Brittain: hardware, etc., $34.74; installing drinking fountain, as per contract, $31; 

repairs, $67 132 74 

Burton & Baldwin: taking down old screen and making new screen and counter, $520; 

sundries, $6 526 00 

Clark, A.: labour and repairing, 159 \ h., $90.31; material, $41 .20 131 51 

Connor, K.: doors in Tax Collector's Office, $45; repairs and material, $47 . 64 92 64 

Foley, Ed.: repairs to ceiling, $30; sundries, $33.98 63 98 

Freeth, J.: carting ashes, $100; carting snow, $20. 25 120 25 

Gillies-Guy, Ltd., coal, 1 ton cannel, $9, 188-2 ton egg, $1,693.82 1,702 82 

Guest, J.: painting, 258 letter boxes, $387, 73 parcel boxes, $146; redecorating, $65 598 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chair, $10; desk, $35.; 4 sections, $70 115 00 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: furnishing and installing new piston rods on elevator, $140; 

repairing, 241 h., $195.76; sundry labour, $64.50; sundries, $59.92 460 18 

Patterson, J. D. & Co.: 5 mail trucks, $405; sundry repairs, $44 449 00 

Riddell, J. E. & Son: repairs, time and material, $72.16; trough, $90 162 16 

Walker, F. E.: 40 chairs, $30; desk, $32.50 62 50 

Wark.E. A. Electric Co.: lamps, 60-w., 400, $184, 40-w., 700, $244; repairing, 76* h., $55.98; 

supplies, $97.60 581 58 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $124.30; coal, 4-315 ton, $41; expenses, re electric 

wiring, J. H. Rogers, $43.80, S. Walker, $43.80; gas fixtures, $35.93; hardware, 

oil, etc., $63.38; repairs, $76.39; uniform, $24; sundries, $81.32 533 92 

Hamilton Postal Station B ($1,399.75) — 

Burton & Baldwin: partition erected and 2 stamp drawers supplied, $162; sundries, $13.75. 175 75 

Swales, Clara Jane, rent, y., $1,200; water, 1917, $10.55 1,210 55 

Small payments . 13 45 

Hanover Public Building ($982.38)— 

Caretaker, G. H. Zinn, y., $499.92; care of clock, R. A. Milburn, y. to July 4, 1917, $50, 

W. K. Weppler, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $37.50; electric light, y., $134.91 722 33 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $52.25; wire, freight, etc., $5.03 57 28 

Eydt, W. H., detailed in 1916-17, V— 116 113 58 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $23.55; wood, 5 cord, $20; sundries, $45.64 89 19 

Harriston Public Building ($1,014.17)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Grisch, y., $480; care of clock, R. F. Dale, y., $50 530 00 

Electric light, y., $153.09; water, y. to July 1, 1918, $19; acetylene gas, y., $74.95 247 04 

McCready, R. A., wood, 15f cd 63 00 

Whitton, D. L.: building outside cellar way, $94.73; sundries, $2.80 97 53 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $27.05; repairs, $21.08; sundries, $28.47 76 60 

Hawkesbury Public Building ($1,211.15) — 

Caretaker, F. Dupuis, y., $499.96; electric light, y., $179.60; water, y., $23.75 * 703 31 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $52.25; wire, freight, etc., $5.57 57 82 

Higginson, E. C: caretaker's supplies, $30.72; sundries, $34 64 72 

Larivierer, M.: exterior painting, $90; interior painting and redecorating caretaker's 

quarters, $80. 170 00 

Paquette, Jos., wood, 30£ cord, $61; Wilson, W., coal, 13-1 ton, $117.90 178 90 

Small payments 36 40 

Ignace Post Office, painting 2 mail boxes 1 50 

Ingersoll Public Building ($1,745.31)— 

Caretaker, J. Nesbitt, y., $583.32; care of clock, H. Richardson, 2 y., $100 683 32 

Electric light, y., $203.60; gas, y., $99; water, 9 m., $18.91 321 51 

Flander, D. N.: putting gas burner in boiler, $67; sundry repairs, $46.80 113 80 

Ross, W., coal, 8-11 ton 86 75 

Scott & Daniels: coal, 27-495 ton egg, $270.70, 4-0775 ton soft, $38.77; wood, 4$ cord, 

$21.50; sundries, $12.50 343 47 

Wood, Geo. W.: electrical supplies, $30.95; sundries, $19.40 : 50 35 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $52.74; electrical supplies, $28.44; repairs, $30.40; 

sundries, $34.53 146 11 

Kapuskasing Experimental Farm. ($557. 78)— 

Canadian Government Railways, freight on 33-85 ton coal 93 09 

Fort William Coal Dock Co., coal. 33-85 ton stove 279 26 

Small payments: cutting and hauling wood, 59£ d., $137.43; teams, 12 d., $48 185 43 

Carried forward 783, 099 38 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices federaiix: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 783, 099 38 

Kemptville Public Building ($704.56)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Saunders, April, $25; care of clock, H. Bustard, 22 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, 

$91 .32; electric light, y., $178.68 295 00 

Anderson & Langstaff Co.: coal, 6-7215 ton, $80.76; coke, 1-875 ton, $20.63 101 39 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $52.25; wire, freight, etc., $5.37 57 62 

Patterson, S. C: coal, 13-73 ton, $126.80; coke, 1-15 ton, $12.65 139 45 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $49. 15; repairs, $28.65; sundries, $33.30 Ill 10 

Kenora Military Registration Office ($172.05) — 

Horn & Taylor: 18 chairs, $17.10; 11 tables, $82.50; sundries, $5 104 60 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinets and section, $51; express, $16.45 67 45 

Kenora Public Building ($3,572.57)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Lang, y., $499.96; care of clock, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $62.50 562 46 

Electric light, 18 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $589.09; water, y., $70.77 659 86 

Ferrier, R. W., caretaker's supplies 83 83 

Horn & Taylor: 9 chairs, $52; 3 desks, $120.10; sundries, $27.07 199 17 

Lindstrom & Neilson: furnishing and putting up storm porch, $48; labour and repairs, 

$67.75; material, $55.50 171 25 

McLaughlin, W. J. : electric wiring, $900; sundry repairs, $29 . 30 929 30 

Murphy Bros.: coal, 59-2 ton egg, $651 .20; wood, 10 cords, $85 736 20 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinets, 2 steel, $90; express, $21.75 Ill 75 

Small payments: 129 electric lamps, $46.75; hardware, hose, etc., $37.75; sundries, 

$34.25 118 75 

Kincardine Public Building ($1,013.74)— 

Caretaker, G. D. Morrison, y., $249.96; electric light, y., $244; water, 1917, $20 513 96 

Wilson, J. W., coal, 40-11 ton furnace, $360.99, 7-145 ton nut, $66.09 427 08 

Small payments: repairs, $26. 55; sundries, $46. 15 72 70 

Kingston Canadian Ordnance Stores: T. J. Polley, rent, y 1 , 000 00 

Kingston Custom House ($1,783.57)— 

Caretaker, T. Frizell, y., $820; electric light, y., $63.86; gas, y., $72.77; street sprinkling, 

y., $4.76; water, 2 y., $108.80 :. 1,070 19 

Anglin, S. & Co., coal, 20 ton egg, $200, 12 ton nut, $132 332 00 

* King, J.: labour, 97 h., $48.50; sundries, $12.25 60 75 

Swift, J. & Co., coal, 6 ton egg 69 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $52.31; carting ashes, etc., $44.50; coal, 2 ton, $21; 

plumbing repairs, $71.94; sundries, $61.88 251 63 

Kingston Immigration Building ($225.63) — 

Mathewson, Mrs. C, rent, y 180 00 

Small payments: coal, 3£ ton, $39.50; electric light, y., $6.13 45 63 

Kingston Inland Revenue Office ($4,244.65)— 

Caretakers: J. Lawless, 4 m., $166.64; M. Penf old, 6 m., $249.96; W. Penf old, 6 m., $309.98; 

fireman, J. Knott, 3 m., $60 786 58 

Electric light, y., $136.14; gas, y., $54.77; taxes, y., $506.64; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, 

$32.65 ., 730 20 

Andre, Geo.: removing ashes, etc 59 00 

Anglin, S. & Co.: coal, 32 ton egg, $320, 3 ton nut, $30; wood, $11.25 361 25 

Committee, Miss Helen Herchmer, rent, y 1, 762 00 

Milo, T. W.: glass and glazing, $73.80; sundries, $20.73 94 53 

Peters, J.: repairs, $65.30; sundries, $43.32 108 62 

Swift, Jas. & Co., coal, 6 ton egg _ 69 00 

Taylor & Hamilton: galvanized iron skylight fitted with glass, $49; labour, $31.30; 

sundries, $35.89 116 19 

Small payments: caretakers' supplies, $45.41; coal, 3£ ton, $38; 54 electric lamps, $19.90; 

sundries, $53.97 : 157 28 

Kingston Militia and Defence Office: Bank of Toronto, rent, Mar., April, 1917 60 00 

Kingston Military Registration Office ($1,354.51) — 

Harrison, T. F. Co.: 36 tables, $161.50; sundries, $5 166 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 desks, $70; sections, 22, with ends and top, $842; sundries, 

$58.08 970 08 

Reid, R. J.: 103 chairs, $79; desk, $21; 20 tables, $110 210 00 

Small payments 7 93 

Kingston Post Office ($3,305.31)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Kehoe, y '. 630 00 

Electric light, y., $630.40; gas, y., $11.94; street sprinkling, y., $4.31; water, 2 y % $110.20. . 756 85 

- Andre, G.: carting ashes, $75; sundry carting, $36 Ill 00 

Anglin, S. & Co.: coal, 60 ton egg, $600, 8 ton nut, $80; wood, $42.20 722 20 

Gilmour, W., 3 mail sleighs. 195 00 

Newman, H. W. Electric Co.: 2 fans, $58; 97 lamps, $37.55 , 95 55 

Power & Son, certifying accounts 154 27 

Swift, Jas. & Co., coal, 11 ton egg, $126.50, 1 ton nut, $12 138 50 

Taylor and Hamilton: caretakers' supplies, $47.85; hardware, etc., $108.97; repairs, $84.. . 240 82 

Carried forward 800,274 85 

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V— 98 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices f£de>aux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 800,274 85 

Kingston Post Office — Concluded. 

Small payments': caretaker's supplies, $83.36; coal, 605 ton soft, $63.51; electrical sup- 
plies, $26.60; repairs, $42.80; sundries, $44.85 261 12 

Kingston Buildings ( lenerally: Power & Sons, services, 139 h. at $1 139 00 

Kitchener Examining Warehouse ($1,342. 79 ) — 

Electric light, y., S6; water, y., $4.51 10 51 

Berlin Rink & Auditorium Co., rent and heat, y 1, 237 02 

Dunker Bros. : repairs, $45.63; sundry material, $49.63 95 26 

Kitchener G. T. R. Mail Room: Crand Trunk Ry. Co., rent, y. to April 1, 1919 50 00 

Kitchener Public Building ($1,678.29)— 

( Jaretaker, J. Clements, y., $484.96; care of clock, A. C. Heller, y., $50 534 96 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 16, 1918, $83.71; gas, y. to Mar. 16, 1918, $84.37; water, y., $28.86 196 94 

( limax Baler Co.: baler, $52.25; wire, freight, etc., $4.80 57 05 

Kloepfers & Co., coal, 44-63 ton, egg 390 51 

Knell, Wm. & Co.: larger water service, $139; sundry repairs, $24.90 163 90 

Weber, G. F., painting, 50 letter boxes, $62.50, 13 parcel boxes, $22.75 85 25 

Smyth Bros.: linoleum, $65; rug, $35 100 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $47.90; repairs, $43.85; sundries, $57.93 149 68 

Lakefield Public Building ($1,093.57)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Watson, y., $499.96; care of clock, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $300; Charlton, W. J., coal, 13 05 ton egg, $130.50, 4 ton nut, $40 470 50 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $21.55; sundries, $51.56 73 11 

Lansdowne Post Office ($69.67)— 

McConnell, Wm.: coal, 3-822 ton stove, $35.92; rent, y., $25 60 92 

Small payments, wood 8 75 

Leamington Public Building ($1,014.61)— 

Caretaker, J. W. Ross, y., $-166.66; electric light, y., $145.53; water, y., $24 636 19 

Smith, D., coal, 33 ton egg, $297, 4 ton nut, $36 333 00 

Small payments / 45 42 

Lindsay Public Building ($1,564.05)— 

Caretaker, W. Healey, y., $541.31; care of clock, May 8, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1918, $94.89 636 20 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 18, 1918, $261.60; water, y., $26.10 287 70 

Flavelles, Ltd., coal, 50 ton egg, $475, 4 ton nut, $38 513 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $28.10; 138 electric lamps, $41.20; repairs, $19.25; 

sundries, $38.60 127 15 

Listowel Public Building ($1,182.14)— 

Caretaker;" A. Bailey, y., $499.96; care of clock, Oct. 3, 1916 to June 9, 1917, $34.32 534 28 

Electric light, y., $156.02; street sprinkling, y., $4.14; water, y., $13.45 173 61 

Oliver, Robt.: coal, 41-87 ton egg, $356.85; wood, $6 362 85 

Small payments: painting 32 letter boxes, $48; plants, planted in bed, $30; sundries, $33.40 111 40 

London Custom House ($5,414.48) — 

Caretaker, W. Greer, y., $680; engineer, F. S. Neely, y.,$600; charwoman, M. McLellan, 

9 m., $290; care of clock, C. R. Sumner, y., $50 1.620 00 

Electric light, y., $215.90; gas, y., $132.09; water, 13| m. to Mar. 1, 1918, $103.70 451 69 

Buchanan, Wm., coal, 12506 ton egg 1, 187 9<5 

Chantler Bros., coal, 122-56 ton egg 887 28 

Colerick Bros.: labour, $55.35; sundries, $3.90 59 25 

Eggett & Co., plumbing repairs and material 66 43 

Everitt, Geo. & Son: bricklayer, 110 h., $71.50; labourer, 123£ h., $61.75; sundries, $56.07 189 32 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: 2 vault doors, $600; freight, $8.10 608 10 

Pepper, W. G. : carting ashes, etc 86 50 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $79.30; 149 electric lamps, $48.85; repairs, $62.10; 

sundries, $67.70 i, 257 95 

London Military District Commander's Office: Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet, $45; 

sundries, $6.92 51 92 

London Military Registration Office ($1,952.31)— 

Hay Stationery Co., 2 chairs, $21, 4 desks, $126; Keene's, 81 chairs, $63, 49 tables, 

$246.25 456 25 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 7 card cabinets, $59; 2 pr. ends, $20; 16 sections, $o40; sundry 

express, $33.21 752 21 

Ontario Furniture Co.: 82 chairs, $61.50; 37 tables, $180.25 241 75 

Steel Equipment Co.: 11 cabinets, $440; 3 pr. ends, $30; express, $31.10 501 10 

Small payments: cartage 1 00 

London Post Office and Post Office Addition ($8,157.84)— 

Caretakers, E. Francis, y., $599.92, T. Porter, y., $680; engineers, D. Regan, y., $680, 

M. Scraham, Feb. 23 to Mar. 31, 1913, $83.25 2,043 17 

Charwomen, Mrs. E. Francis, y., $312, Mrs. H. Pritchard, y., $72 384 00 

Electric light, y., $413.25; gas, y., $95.94; taxes, y., $353.60; water, 13§ in., $138.59 1,001 38 

Buchanan, Wm.: coal, 288-825 ton egg, $2,743.80; wood, $11.50 ' 2,755 30 

Chantler Bros.: coal, 32-71 ton egg, $280.50; wood, $7.50 288 00 

Carried forward S22.560 65 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 99 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts« 

Edifices f€deraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 822,560 65" 

London Post Office and Post Office Addition— Concluded. 

Dearborn Chemical Co., water treatment, 2\ kegs 55 00 

McCormick, A. & Son: caretaker's supplies 76 40 

Moorehead, H.: carting ashes, etc., 158 loads, $292; labour, $12 304 00 

Pollock, J. H.: altering wiring, $55; 321 electric lamps, $150.90; sundries, $37.21 243 11 

Public Utilities Commission: 130 electric lamps, $62.35; sundries, $9.74 72 09 

Skelly, Wm.: repairs to two steam-boilers, $197; sundry repairs, $59.43 256 43 

Society of Elks: improvements: electric wiring and fixtures, $75; linoleum, $125; painting 

and papering, $100; plumbing, $50 350 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $37; hardware, $69.28; linoleum, 36| yd., $34.68; t 

labour and repairs, $132.55; sundries, $55.45 328 96 

London War Tax Agent's Office ($245.48)— 

Bank of Toronto, rent, 11| m. to Mar. 15, 1918 191 42 

Small payments: cleaning, y., $40.75; electric light, y., $8.36; sundries, $4.95 ' 54 06 

L'Orignal Post Office: Alexandre Chatelaine, rent, y 125 00 

Markham Public Building ($786.16) — 

Caretaker, Chas. Wales, y., $600; electric light, y., $51.50 651 50 

Welsh, R., coal, 14-962 ton 134 66 

Matheson Post Office: sundry small payments 19 23 

Merrickville Post Office: Thos. Culbert, rent, y 200 00 

Midland Public Building ($1,170.02)— 

Caretaker, J. Coats, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $416.60; J. T. Webb, 2 m., $83.32; care of clock, 

G. Strathearn, y., $50 549 92 

Electric light, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $221.10; water, y„ $23.45 244 55 

Campbell, T. J. & Co.: contract for supplying and erecting 2 brass railings, $216, less $180 

paid in 1916-17, page V— 118, $36; sundries, $16.45 52 45 

Gooden, Geo.: painting, varnishing, etc., $170; sundries, $1.40 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $31.55; cartage, $18; coal, $24.52?^ardware, $38 f 38; 

sundries, $39.25 {.. . . 7^V!? . ^. . . 151 70 

Mildmay Public Building ($121.69)— nm , irvr ■ 

Caretaker, W. A. Kramer, y I B3 .:':! . . 60 00 

Kramer, A.: coal, 4-665 ton, $48.49; wood, $3.50 V. . . . ■Gffiv/iPTisVS 

Small payments, >"- 

Milton Public Building ($966.33)— 

Caretaker, R. Ellis, y., $499.96; care of clock, E. Marchand, 2 y., $100 599 96 

Electric light, y., $88.32; water, 1917, $15.67 V."V<;*-* 103 99 

Blain & Hannant, coal, 22-49 ton egg, $191.16, 3-067 ton nut, $26.07 217 23 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $25; sundries, $20.15 45 15 

Milverton Public Building ($1,252.94)— 

Caretaker, J. Yundt, y., $600; care of clock, P. H. Bastendorff, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, 

$62.50 - 662 50 

Electric light, y., $168.66; improvement in front of building, concrete, 264 ft., $31.68, 

curbing, 66 ft.', $26.40 228 74 

Weiderhold, F., coal, 30 tons egg 255 00 

Small payments: .cabinet, $28; caretaker's supplies, $30; 39 electric lamps, $18.24; sun- 
dries, $32.46 108 70 

Mitchell Public Building ($791.30)— 

Caretaker, F. Elliott, y., $499.96; care of clock, A. Goebel, y. to April 14, 1918, $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $66.35; taxes, y., $42; water, 1917, $40 148 35 

Climax Baler Co.: baler, $52.25; wire, $3.80 56 05 

Small payments ' . . 36 94 

Mount Forest Public Building ($1,308.51)— 

Caretaker, W. L. Smith, y., $360; care of clock, J. T. Skales, 2 y., $100 460 00 

Electric light, y., $162.47; water, y., $12.75 175 22 

Anderson, Robt.: drilling well at septic tank, $70.50; reboring well, 2 d., $50, detained by 

order of Board of Works, 2 d., $50 170 50 

Broughton, E. E., coal, 35-085 tons egg, $289.45, 4-54 tons nut, $38.59 328 01 

Small payments: coal, 4-,71 tons, $41.60; electrical supplies, $29.30; repairs, $40.37; 

sundries, $63.48 174 75 

Xapanee Public Building ($1,343.45)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. C. E. Webster, y., $499.92; care of clock, F. W. Smith & Bro., y., $50... 549 92 

Electric light, y., $168.64; gas, y., $32.55; water, y. to Nov. 1, 1917, $72.41 273 60 

Boyle & Son: caretaker's supplies, $28.10; repairs, $57.71 85 81 

Stevens, Chas., coal, 4 tons nut, $36, 36 tons stove, $324 360 00 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $34.31 ; sundries, $39.81 • 74 12 

Newmarket Public Building ($1,124.98) — 

Caretaker, F. Stewart, y., $730; care of clock, S. C. McKewon, y., $50 780 00 

Electric light, y., $67.26; water, y., $10.62 77 88 

Dike, Oliver, coal, 26-48 tons hard 238 35 

Small payments 28 75 

Carried forward 833,701 73 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices red cram: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 833,701 73 

Niagara Falls Public Building ($1,561) — 

Caretaker, J. C. Brown, y., $039.96; electric light, y., $98.05; taxes, $5; water, y., $49.97 792 98 

Carter Electric Co.: 120 electric lamps. $39.60; installing telephone, $18; sundries, $4.70 62 30 

Thomas, W. E., coal, 23-1 tons at $8.85, $204.44, 39-88 tons at $8.50, $338.99 543 43 

Small payments: cabinet, $24.25; caretaker's supplies, $27.05; 60 electric lamps, $18; 

n-pairs, $39.10; sundries, $53.89 162 29 

North Bay Public Building ($3,407.72)— 

( 'aretaker, L. A. Gauthier, y., $600; charwoman, Mrs. C. Burrett, y., $120 780 00 

Electric light, 11 m., $235.52, taxes, 1917, $12, water, 1918, $36 283 52 

Cherry, S. J. & Co., new smoke pipe, $58, plumbing repairs, $27.57 85 57 

Cochrane Hdwe Co.: brooms, brushes, etc., $30, caretaker's supplies, $53.20, hardware, 

$25.80, installing basin, $25 134 00 

Jeffrey & Stevens: fitting up shelving, $25, removing toilet room from ground floor to 

basement, as per contract, $590; repairing, 84 h., $40.75, material, $33.45 689 20 

North Bay Fuel Co., coal, 75-63 tons egg 737 39 

Sewell, J. W.: alterations in building, $439; sundries, $6.10 445 10 

Small payments: alterations to electric wiring, $44.50; coal, $26.93; 82 electric lamps, 

$35.65; furniture, $25; labour and repairs, $57.09; sundries, $63.77 252 94 

Norwich Public Building ($1, 140.40)— 

Caretaker, A. Avery, 2 m., $66.66, estate of late A. Avery, $7.78, Abram Searls, 5 

d., $12, Alf. Searls, 9 m., $432; care of clock, T. E. Lewis, y., $50 568 44 

Electric light, y., $125.28; water, y., $25 150 28 

Corlett & Cornell, coal, 34 tons 306 00 

Small payments: coal, $40.53; wood, 8 cd., $35; sundries, $40.15 115 68 

-Orangeville Public Building ($936.27)— 

Caretaker, Robt. McConnell, y., $600; electric light, y., $63.95; water, y., to June 30, 

1918, $18 681 95 

Hannah, C. C. G., coal, 18035 tons egg 164 12 

Small payments: repairs, $29.70; wood, $17.25; sundries, $43.25 90 20 

Orillia Public Building ($2,395.66)— 

Caretaker, W. H. Barker, y., $499.92; care of clock, Thos. B. Jebb, May 24, 1915 to Oct. 

1, 1917, $116.66 616 58 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 22, 1918, $244.52; water, y., $23.40 267 92 

Carss, S. E. Lumber Co., coal, 70-77 tons egg, $654.62, 7 tons nut, $66.50 721 12 

Jebb, Thos. B.: carpenter work, clock stands, etc., $202.61; cutting supports and making 

patterns, $40; extra time overseeing new work and alterations, $50; installing clock, 

$100; sundries, $54.81 447 42 

Latimer, E. A.: repairs, $47.80; sundry material, $17.54 65 34 

Phillips & Co., caretaker's supplies 53 22 

Small payments: cartage, $25; 165 electric lamps, $62.20; labour and repairs, $74.45; 

sundries, $62.41 224 06 

Oshawa Public Building ($1,517.58)— 

Caretaker, A. W. Brodie, y., $649.92; care of clock, y., $50 699 92 

Electric light, y., $168.15; taxes, 1916, 1917, $15.58; water, y., $21.58 205 31 

Biggar, A. C, making 286 keys 77 20 

Lander, E. V., coal, 33-1 tons egg, $314.50, 4 tons nut, $38 352 50 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $21.91; repairs, $21.65; painting 24 letter boxes, 

$46.80; renumbering 132 boxes, $39.60; sundries, $52.69 182 65 

Owen Sound Public Building ($2,087.37)— 

Caretaker, H. Wright, y., $590; electric light, y, $143.91; gas, y., $73.56; water, 1917, $50 857 47 

Beatty, F. L., painting 55 letter and 7 parcel boxes 93 00 

Butchart, R.P. & Bro.: glass, etc., $33.26; plumbing repairs, 86 h., $45.70 78 96 

Davis-Smith-Malone Co.: carting 9 loads ashes, $20.25; coal, 88-445 tons egg, $772.22. . . . 792 47 
Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $60.58; 148 electric lamps, $51.02; electric wiring 

and repairs, $45.70; repairs, $62.20; sundries, $45.87 265 47 

Palmerston Public Building $1,250.18)— 

Caretaker, G. Graham, June 1 to Nov. 14, 1917, $336, L. C. Rymal, Nov. 15, 1917 to 

Mar. 31, 1918, $207.76 543 76 

Care of clock, S. Mathers, 6 m. to Nov. 30, 1917, $25; electric light, 10 m., $175.05. ... 200 05 

Hyndman, H., coal, 11-745 tons egg, $125.32, 10-85 tons stove, $119.34 244 66 

Skelton, J. B., caretaker's supplies, $36.20; sundries, $33.16 69 36 

Warren, E. B., coal, 5-295 tons, egg, $52.95, sundry, $8.80 61 75 

Small payments: coal, 6-55 tons, $65.75; sundries, $64.85 130 60 

Paris Public Building ($1 , 090.34)— 

Caretaker, S. Lee, y.. $499.92; care of clock, y., $50 549 92 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 1, 1918, $90.52; water, y. to June 30, 1918, $45.60 136 12 

Paris Coal & Lumber Co.: coal, 34-14 tons egg, $307.25, 4 tons stove, $36; wood, $8. . . . 351 25 

Small payments: painting 17 letter boxes, $34; sundries, $19.05 53 05 

Carried forward 849,088 25 



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Edifices fMeraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 849,038 25 

Parkhill Public Building ($378.21)— 

Caretaker, J. W. Doyle, y., $199.92; electric light, 14 m. to Mar. 31, $58.16 258 08 

Hord, P.: cement work, curbing, 145 ft., $43.50, walk, 443! sq.ft., $66.55; sundries, $16.90 126 95 

Leary, Wm., coal, 1-535 tonscannel, $16.89, 7-667 tonsnut, $65. 19, 22 -332 tons stove, $189.84 271 92 

Lindenfield Bros.: boiler, $45; hardware etc., $41.96; repairs, $35.50 122 46 

Small payments: gasoline, 104 gal., $36.46; oil, etc., $45.84; sundries, $16.50 98 80 

Parry Sound Marine and Fisheries Building: desk lamps 15 

Pembroke Public Building ($2,085.51)— 

Caretaker, H. Church, y., $499.96; charwoman, Mrs. H. Roettger, y., $57 556 96 

Electric light, Mar. 8, 1917 to Mar. 15, 1918, $319.76; water, y. to July 1, 1918, $40 359 76 

Cochrane, Wm., wood, 10 cd 80 00 

Dunlop & Co.: coal, 50-327 tons egg, $508.29; hardware, etc., $90.24; labour and repairs, 

$108.07 706 60 

Kennedy, P. T., wood, 9 cd , . 90 00 

Raglin, A., wood, 10 cd ' 50 00 

• Town of Pembroke: labour, digging up sewer and relaying same, 260 h., $73.75; sundries, 

$23.91 1 97 66 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $53.11; repairs, $51.75; sundries, $39.67 144 53 

Perth Post Office: repairs 23 25 

Peterborough Custom House ($1,027.49) — 

Caretaker, B. McGill, y 483 26 

Electric light, April 1, 1917 to Mar. 7, 1918, $29.59; gas, y. to Mar. 21, 1918, $70.61; water, 

y, $50 , 150 20 

Taylor H. B., & Son, coal, 30-195 tons stove 301 95 

Small payments: wood, 5 cd., $45; sundries, $47.08 92 08 

Peterborough Public Building ($2, 183.28)— 

Caretaker, G. Stenton, y., $649.92; charwoman, y., $75; care of clock, Schneider Bros., 

17 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $70.83 < 795 75 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 7, 1918, $221.41; gas, y. to Mar. 21, 1918, $38.90; water, 

y . , $75 335 31 

Adamson & Dobbin, repairs and material 56 75 

Alexander & Miller: electrical supplies, $34.96; installing 4 lights, $30; repairs, $21.40. . 86 36 

Climax Baler Co.: steel baler, $47.50; wire, freight, etc., $12.83 60 33 

Taylor & Son, H. B., coal, 64-84 tons egg, $642.29, 1-865 tons stove, $17.69 659 98 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $37.55; 154 electric lamps, $48.50; repairs, $48.37; 

sundries, $54.38 188 80 

Peterborough Weights and Measures Office: J. L. & W. J. Hopwood, rent, y 212 50 

Petrolia Public Building ($936.50)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Shaw, y 450 00 

Electric light, y., $147.81; gas, y., $245.40; water, y., $47.76 440 97 

Small payments >. 45 53 

Picton Public Building ($1,307.47)— 

Caretakei, R. Ringer, y., $483.26; electric light, y., $180.95; water, y., $21.25 685 46 

Baker, D. J., permit to lay drain through property, $100, interest, 4 m., $1.67 101 67 

Lake W. H., & Co., coal, 35 tons egg 350 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $33.0?; hardware, $31.90; repairs, $57.66; sundries, 

$47.75 170 34 

Port Arthur Examining Warehouse ($8,994.46)— 

Caretaker, G. Clarke, y., $549.96; elevatormen, G. Fox, 6-2 m., $361.65, A. Lucas, 5 m., 
$312.50, A. MacKay, 6 m., $375, Art. Roy, y., $360, H. Wilson, 2-5 m., $143.88, W. E. 

Woodgate, 2-4 m., $139.99 2,242 98 

Engineers, Thos. Mains, y., $960, Wm. Mather, 5 m., $315, G. W. Piper, 7-5 m., $525.. . 1,800 00 
Charwomen, Mrs. A. Alexander, y., $312, Mrs. A. Bongard, 8 m., $194, Mrs. A. Clarke,, 

2 m., $43, Mrs. J. Marston, 11-6 m., $301.50 850 50 

Electric light, y., $280.28, power, y., $675.46; water, 9 m., $100.15 , 1,055 89 

Dunn Hardware Co.: 6 ash pails, $28.50; caretaker's supplies, $93.15; sundry, $53.40 175 05 

Electrical Equipment Co.: 125 electric lamps, $62.50; express, $1.55 64 05 

Rubenstein Bros.: brass sign, $49; express, $1.35 50 35 

Thunder Bay Lumber & Fuel Co.: carting ashes, $33; coal, 6 tons smokeless, $57, 238-44 

tons soft, $2,312.87, wood, 4 cd, $26 2,428 87 

Walsh, L., Coal Co., coal, 21-412 tons 208 75 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $32.08; oil, polish, etc., $54.44; sundries, $31.50. . . 118 02 

Port Arthur Immigration Hall: water 2 30 

Port Arthur Public Building ($1,655.43)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Sidall, y 549 96 

Electric light, y., $249.40; water, y., $119.79 369 19 

Walsh, L., Coal Co., coal, 54-24 tons egg 528 84 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $34.45; 151 electric lamps, $58.28; repairs, $53.33; 

sundries, $61 .38 207 44 

Carried forward 868,409 65 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices f^deraiix: Entretien— Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 868, 409 65 

Port Colborne Public Building ($782.56)— 

( Saretsker, J. Phelps, y 499 96 

Electric light, y., $88.32; gas, y., $143.60; water, y., $20 251 92 

Small payments 30 68 

Port Hope Public Building ($1,579.63)— 

Caretaker, J. Elliott, y., $575; gas, y., $360.15; water, y., $11.43 946 58 

Port Hope Gas Co.: care of lamps, 2 y. to April 1, 1918, $57.60; sundries, $10.70 68 30 

Rosevear, J. M. & Co.: coal, 40 tons egg, $360, 4 tons nut, $36; wood, $10.50 406 50 

Ware & Record, repairs 91 50 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $26.88; sundries, $39.87 66 75 

Port Perry Public Building ($1,099.20)— 

Caretaker, S. Graham, y., $499.96, care of clock, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $183.44; water, y., $44.04 227 48 

Farmers' Union Milling Co., 22 cords wood 73 00 

Orchard, A.: coal, 16-31 tons, $165.01; sundries, $14.25 179 26 

Small payments: repairs, $20; wood, $24; sundries, $25 .50 69 50 

Prescott Custom House ($480.06)— 

Electric light, y., $14.63; water, y., $60 74 63 

Buckly, Jas., coal, 25 tons egg 225 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $40.69; charwork, $68.91; sundries, $70.83 180 43 

Presrott Public Building ($1,417.04)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Henry, y., $699.96; charwoman, Mrs. M. Snider, y., $54.99, sundry, 

$33.85 788 80 

Electric light, y., $118.66; water, y., $60 178 66 

Buckly, Jas., coal, 30 tons egg, $270, 5 tons nut, $45 315 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $41.36; electrical supplies, $30.70; sundries, $62.52 134 58 

Preston Public Building ($1,364.86)— 

Caretaker, N. Hagey, y., $549.96; care of clock, H. J. Hofmann, y. to Mar. 1, 1917, $50, 

N. Hagey, Mar. 9, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918, $53.10 653 06 

Electric light, y., $136.08; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $80.92 217 00 

Gillies, Jas. & Son: coal, 8-225 tons egg, $86.37, 2-127 tons nut, $22.34, 18-034 tons stove, 

$174.40; wood, $7 290 11 

Ludwig, J., coal, 15-56 tons egg 147 80 

Small payments: 86 electric lamps, $25; sundries, $31 .89 ?. 56 89 

Renfrew Public Building ($1 , 634 . 88)— 

Caretaker, C. Eady, y., $499.96; care of clock, J. W. Easton, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $304.93; water, y., $27 • v 331 93 

Duff : Thas. A., wood, 7 cords 85 25 

French & Co.: caretaker's supplies, $44.97; sundries, $9.04 54 01 

Ward, Jas., coal, 34-19 tons 396 08 

Small payments: coal, $46.36; 151 electric lamps, $57.75; repairs, $61.45; sundries, $52.09 217 65 

Ridgetown Public Building, town of Ridgetown, rent, y 300 00 

Sandwich Public Building ($993.27)— 

Caretaker, E. H. Grandmaison, 2 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $91.66, J. McLeod, 10 m., $291.60 383 26 

Ebctric light, y., $72.39; gas, y., $108.60 180 99 

Breault, E.: carting ashes, $12; coal, 35-5 tons hard, $301.75 313 75 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $30.05; 52 electric lamps, $23.65; hardware, etc., 

$32.60; sundries, $28.97 115 27 

Sarnia Public Building ($1,923.93)— 

Caretaker M. R., Carruthers, Jan. 19 to Mar. 31, 1918, $185.13, J. H. Dyble, 10 m., $458.30; 

care ofclock,. J. C. Barr, y., $50 693 43 

Electric light, y, $197.65; gas, y., $82.89; street sprinkling, $27.44; water, y. to Oct. 1, 

1918, $40 347 98 

Barrie, W. J.: installing gas burner, $43 .75; repairs, $40.40 84 15 

Clark Coal Co. : coal, 20 tons egg, $182.20, 20 tons grate, $176.80, 3 tons nut, $27; coke, 

2 tons, $24 410 00 

Climax Baler Co.: steel baler, $47.50; wire, freight, etc., $3.81 51 31 

Simpson & Carter, painting 31 letter boxes, $54.25, 10 parcel boxes, $25 79 25 

Wilktns, W. E.: electrical supplies, $53.50; labour, 133 h., $66.50 120 00 

Small payments: 96 electric lamps, $35.10; labour and repairs, $59.90; sundries, $42.81. . 137 81 

Sault Ste. Marie Public Building ($5,356.81)— 

Caretaker, J. Cormier, sr., y., $499.92; acting caretaker, J. Cormier, jr., y., $699.96; 

clevatorman, H. E. Cannon, y., $660 „ 1,859 88 

Charwomen, Mrs. E. Cormier, 18 d., $27, Mrs. M. Cormier, y., $180 207 00 

Care of clock, Patterson Bros., 2 y 150 00 

Electric light, y., $559.82, power, y., $445.51; exchange service, y., $115; water, y., $115.09 1,235 42 

Lyons Fuel and Supply Co.: lumber, $28.24; wood, 12 cords, $103.50 131 74 

McPhail & Wright Construction Co.: labour, lll£ h., $57.75; sundries, $4.91 62 66 

Pickford, A. F. & Co.: caretaker's supplies, $47.50; 4 door checks, $38.50; sundries, $40.90 126 90 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fed era ux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 83, 758 68 

Sault Ste. Marie Public Building — Concluded. 

Sault Ste. Marie Coal & Wood Co.: coal, 80 tons egg, $780, 5 tons grate, $47.50, 8 tons nut, 

$80, 28 tons stove, $280; labour, $11 .38 1, 198 88 

Sirocco Co.: 2 fans with motors, $120; express, $2.94 122 94 

Whitby, C. L., 2 uniforms 60 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $54.40; electrical supplies, $42.87; repairs, $35.87; 

sundries, $68.25 201 39 

Seaforth Public Building ($1,230.80)— 

Caretaker, J. McLennan, y., $483.26; care of clock, J. F. Daly, y., $50 533 26 

Electric light, y., $125.75; street watering and scavenging, $16 141 75 

Climax Baler Co.: steel baler, $47.50; wire, freight, etc., $12.83 60 33 

Keys, W. L., coal, 38-7 tons egg 309 68 

Small payments: coal, 4-58 tons, $41.23; wood, 30 cords, $82.50; sundries, $62.05 185 78 

Shelburne Public Building ($1 , 294 .59)— 

Caretaker, R. Gallangher, y., $499.96; care of clock, A. V. Galbraith, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $109.05; water, 1917, $10. 78 119 83 

Jelly, R. A., pumping tank and carting refuse 55 00 

Jelly & Mowat: coal, 27-647 tons grate, $248.83, 5-0145 tons nut, $46.30; wood, $5 300 13 

Smith, D. F.: furnishing and erecting railings at entrance, $72; laying drain, $145; sundries, 

$12.27 229 27 

Small payments 40 40 

Simcoe Public Building ($1,033.16)— 

Caretaker, N. Porter, y 480 00 

Electric light, y., $153.38; gas, Mar. 16, 1917 to Mar. 20, 1918, $269.60; water, y., $20. ... 442 98 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $30.65; 60 electric lamps, $32.50; sundries, $47.03 110 18 

Smith's Falls Public Building ($1 , 830 .79)— 

Caretaker, R. W. Lewis, y., $574.98; care of clock, W. S. Bell, 23 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, 

$95 83 ..--.... 670 81 

Electric light, y., $379 .39; taxes, $3; water, y., $85 '...'..'.'.'.'. 467 39 

Crozier, C. H., coal, 45 tons egg, $450, 4 tons nut, $40 490 00 

Grate Fuel Co., coal, 10 tons furnace, $92.50, 3 tons nut, $27.75 120 25 

Small payments: 125 electric lamps, $43.75; sundries, $38.59 82 34 

Steelton Public Building ($791.47) — 

Caretaker, A. Keith, y., $499.96; electric light, y., $107.02; water, y., $27 633 98 

Lyons Fuel & Supply Co.: coal, v. outstanding, R. 594, $37.21; wood, 6 cords, $34 71 21 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $36.26; sundries, $50.02 86 28 

Stratford Public Building ($2,041.74)— 

Caretaker, J. P. Murray, y., $600; care of clock, N. F. Babb, y., $50 650 00 

Electric light, y., $228.81; gas, y., $69.93; water, y., $59.80 358 54 

Fiebig & Heagy: coal, 40-827 tons, $387.87; wood, $4 391 87 

Johnston, A. & Son, coal, 8-487 tons 84 87 

McDonald & Henry: labour and repairs, $26.43; material, $54.92 81 35 

Military District No. 1, coal, 32-357 tons 307 40 

Small payments: cartage, $47.07; 60 electric lamps, $24.60; plants, etc., $35.85; sundries, 

$60.19 : 167 71 

Strathroy Public Building ($1 , 101 . 20)— 

Caretaker, N. Leitch, y., $499.96; care of clock, J. R. Mcintosh, y., $50 : 549 96 

Electric light, y., $94.59; taxes, $6.30; water, y. to June 30, 1918, $16.20 117 09 

Hoskin, G. B.: painting and repairing roof, $130; sundries, $4.50 134 50 

Nicholson, R. W., coal, 10-375 tons egg, $85.50, 4-065 tons nut, $34.55, 4-48 tons soft, 

$44.80, 6-985 tons stove, $59.40 224 25 

Small payments: wood, 4 cords, $36; sundries, $39.40 75 40 

Sturgeon Falls Public Building: A. A. Aubin, rent, y 650 00 

Sudbury Public Building ($3,290.44)— 

Caretaker, P. Loiselle, y., $609 .99; care of clock, A. H. Beath, y., $50 659 99 

Electric light, y., $519.40; arrears, $61 .35; water, 13 m., $83.76 664 51 

Canadian Baggage Co.: carting ashes, $4.50; wood, 27 cords, $94.50 99 00 

Canadian Northern Railway System, freight on coal 466 66 

Cox, W. H. Coal Co., coal, 108-9 tons egg, $1,034.55, less freight paid to C.N.R., $466.66 567 89 

Fenton, P.: fixing steps, $40; sundries, $14.25 54 25 

Lapointe, A.: painting and redecorating, $110; sundries, $9 119 00 

Sudbury Coal & Wood Co., coal, 42-705 tons, $442, detailed in 1916-17, V— 123, $45.84. . .. 487 84 
Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $40.90; glass, hardware, etc., $30.35; repairs, $39; 

sundries, $61 .05 171 30 

St. Catharines Public Building ($2,308.99)— 

Caretaker, A. Clarke, y., $499.92; charwoman, Mrs. A. Clarke, y., $60, sundry, $4.50. ... 564 42 

Electric light, y., $94.06; gas, y., $603.37; water, y., $126.30 823 73 

City of St. Catharines, coal, 7-782 tons 70 61 

Cloney & Winton: coal, 28-81 tons egg, $269.48, sundry, 3-142 tons, $41 .28 310 76 

Gourlay, S. P., repairs and material. 135 30 

Carried forward 900,510 90 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1911-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices WdCraux: Entretlen — Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 900,510 90 

St. Catharines Public Building — Concluded. 

Laughlin, J. & Co., coal, 8-28 tons, $62. 10; Wilson Grocery, caretaker's supplies, $53.12. . 115 22 
Small payments: coal, 4-155 tons, $41 .55; 190 electric lamps, $69.60; furnishing and putting 

up 5 awnings, $25; hose, $20; repairs, $69.01; sundries, $63.79 288 95 

St. Mary's Public Building ($1,296.28)— 

Caretaker, W. Hoyt, y., $483.26; electric light, y., $131 .48; water, 14 m., $28.67 643 41 

Climax Baler Co.: steel baler, $47.50; wire, freight, etc., $15.24 62 74 

Deviney, A.: coal, 38 tons egg, $360.50, 4 tons nut, $38; wood, $5 403 50 

Town of St. Mary's, lavatory connections with drain , 100 00 

Small payments: repairs, $40; sundries, $46.63 r 86 63 

St. Thomas Public Building ($1,589.61) — 

Caretaker, G. Luton, y 450 00 

Electric light, y., $116.04; gas, y., $71.92; water, y., $18.34 206 30 

Belanger, C: section, $55; sundries, $8 .' 63 00 

Gurney Foundry Co., boiler, $289.68; Moore, F. C, coal, 55 tons egg, $478.50 768 18 

Small payments: repairs, $58.25; sundries, $43.88 102 13 

Tilbury Public Building ($1,020.75)— 

Caretaker, H. Benoit, y., $499.96; care of clock, \\ y., $75 574 96 

Electric light, y., $154.94; gas, y., $244.40; water, 1916, 1917, $28 427 34 

Small payments 18 45 

Tillsonburg Public Building ($952.68)— 

Caretaker, T. Fero, y., $499.96; care of clock, M. Sponenburg, y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $146.74; gas, y. to Mar. 19, 1918, $181.50; street oiling, 1917, $4.20; 

water, y., $29.77 362 21 

Small payments 40 51 

Toronto Board of Pension Commissioner's Office: hat and coat tree 6 35 

Toronto Canadian and Dominion Express Offices ($3,184.44) — 

Caretaker, B. Marando, y 909 96 

Electric light, y., $64.40, power, y., $73.52; gas, y., $798.48; water, y., $145.21 1,081 61 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 59-42 tons egg, $564.49, 25-88 tons soft, $245.86 810 35 

Rathbone, R. G., lumber, $96.13; Rogers Electric Co., 172 lamps, $55 151 13 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $91.55; elevator repairs, $40.40; repairs, $30.65; 

sundries, $68.79 231 39 

Toronto Custom House ($10,408.69)— 

Caretaker, T. J. Enright, y., $720; elevatorman, T. Davidson, y., $829.92 1,549 92 

Fireman, P. Cassidy, y., $909.96; watchmen, F. Simpson, y., $829.92, W. Scott, y., $150 1,889 88 

Cleaners: y., $829.92, J. McCarron, W. P. Murphy, H. Somers; A. Petti, 10 m., $671.62. 3,161 38 

Electric light, y., $219.53, power, y., $123.50; gas, y., $281.52; water, y., $58.24 682 79 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 173-94 tons grate, $1,620.28, 4-19 tons nut, $39.81, 10-3 tons soft, 

$97.99 '. 1,758 08 

Lyon, J. D.: labour, 44 h., $44; material, $67.60 Ill 60 

McBrien, F. G.: brooms and cleanser, $65.50; caretaker's supplies, $69.61; paint, oil, 

etc., $49.01 184 12 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cupboard section, $24.70; top and 5 sections, $95 119 70 

Ovens, T. A.: labour, 233 h., $129.25, sundry, $67.54; material, $52.75 249 54 

Rogers Electric Co., 459 lamps, $145; Stag, G. & Co., removing 40 loads ashes, $66 211 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $101.75; paint, etc., $77.93; repairs, $88.43; lumber 

$46.71; 23 shades, $28.30; uniform, $35; sundries, $112.56 490 68 

Toronto Engineer's Office ($1,324.82)— 

Electric light, y., $58.27, power, $43.77; gas, $17.44; water, $1.85 121 33 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, y 113 00 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 44-86 tons egg, $426.17, 22-05 tons grate, $209.05, 16-375 tons soft, 

$155.56 790 78 

Owens, T. A.: labour, 97 h., $53.35; material, $47 100 35 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $32.48; paint, etc., $35.97; repairs, $61.46; sundries, 

$69 45 199 36 

Toronto Examining Warehouse ($16,884.12)— 

Elevatormen, y.: J. Casken, $865.59; F. W. Colby, $895.08; T. Collis, $829.92; J. Craw- 
ford, $895.08 3,485 67 

Engineers, y.: O. Hamlet, $999.96; T. J. Mathewson, $1,200 2,199 96 

Fireman, W. R. Pearce, y., $909.96; steam fitter, E. Appleton, y., $1,070.04; watchman, 

T. Jones, y., $829.92 2,809 92 

Cleaners, y., $829.92: A. E. Hales; E. Major; Wm. Stringer 2,489 76 

Electric light, y., $159.89; power, y., $162.88; gas, y., $260.64; water, y., $109.30 692 71 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 423-325 tons grate, $3,884.61, 8-075 tons soft, $76.72; wood, $12.25 3,973 58 

McBrien, F. G.: caretaker's supplies, $40; oil, paint, etc., $87.56 127 56 

Ontario Soap and Oil Co.: caretaker's supplies, $45. 10; oil, $26.85 71 95 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: labour, 82£ h., $61.88; making 5 gates and forgings, $95; 

screws, nails, $39.95 196 83 

Carried forward 936,746 63 



PUBLIC IFOtfA'tf DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 105 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fSderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 936, 746 63 

Toronto Examining Warehouse — Concluded. 

Rathbone, Geo., lumber, $108.67; Rogers Electric Co., 255 lamps, $80 188 67 

Shaw, C. S. & Son, 2 boilers, $86; Stag, G. & Co., carting 35 loads cinders, $57.75 143 75 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $77.29; carting ashes, $70.20; paint, etc., $105.40; 

repairs, $122.01; uniform, $35; sundries, $93.86 503 76 

Toronto Food Controller's Office ($751.85)— 

Excelsior Life Insurance Co.: rent, 6 m. to Jan. 6, 1918, $378; use of office for meeting, $2. 380 00 

Owens, T. A.: repairs, $42.05; material, $24.50 66 55 

Simpson, Robt., Co.: 3 chairs, $54.40; 3 desks, $80.65; filing cabinet, $38.50; rug, $57.25; 

sundries, $36.65 267 45 

Small payments 37 85 

Toronto Immigration Office: Grand Trunk Ry. System, rent, 6 m. to July 31, 1918 499 99 

Toronto Inland Revenue Office ($2,201.43)— 

Caretaker, Chas. A. Baillie, y., $720; Holmes Electric Protection Co., services, y., $365 1,085 00 

Electric light, y., $73.26; power, y., $13.22; gas, y., $106.64; water, y., $11.08 '. . 204 20 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 51-31 tons egg, $487.50, 3-905 tons nut, $37.10, 8-901 tons soft, 

$84.74; wood, $4 613 34 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: base and top, $9.50; 5 sections, $75.50 85 00 

Rogers Electric Co., 180 lamps 60 00 

Small payments: carting ashes, $49.30; hardware, $45.56; sundries, $59.03 153 89 

Toronto Military Registration Office ($6,495.65)— 

Carlyle, J., 158 tables, $671 .50; Eaton, T. Co., 360 chairs, $260.20 931 70 

Gray, R. A. L. & Co.: 32 Dominionlites wired with joints, $320, labour, 97£ h., $73.13; 

128 lamps, $256.34; sundry supplies $99.27 748 74 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 27 cabinets, $823.50; 13 chairs, $130.25; 15 desks, $537.50; 
3,500 guides, $283.75; 60 sections and 2 pr. ends, $2,548.50; 22 typewriter stands, 

$221; sundries, $97.08 4,641 58 

Rathbone, Geo., lumber, $69.32; Williamson, Wm., lumber, $63.67 132 99 

Small payments 40 64 

Toronto New Federal Buildings ($7,767.79)— 

Electric light, y., $74.35; taxes, 22-30 Adelaide, $1,476.17, 32-34 Adelaide, $1,048.97, 

50-52 Adelaide, $11.47, 59-61 Victoria, $642.09, 63-69 Victoria, $1, 194.67 4,447 72 

Beattie, Geo. J., electrical supplies 99 11 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 118-685 tons egg, $1,124.50, 76-845 tons grate, $738.43, 4-055 tons 

nut, $38.52,^25-95 tons soft, $239.92; wood, $16.75 2,158 12 

Claxton, J. J. & Co.: repairs, 97£ h., $60.73; material, $59 119 73 

Dominion Radiator Co., 2 radiators 60 13 

Dunton, H. G., 16 window shades 56 80 

Ovens, T. A.: labour, 296 h., $162.80, sundry, $56.45; material, $115.55; painting, papering 

and varnishing, $64 398 80 

Rathbone, Geo., lumber, $60.38; Rogers Electric Co., 289 lamps, $105.52 165 90 

Small payments: cartage, $56.25; glass, paint, etc., $65.31; repairs, $52.01; table, $29.75; 

sundries, $58 . 16 261 48 

Toronto Observatory: Office Specialty Mfg. Co., stool 2 25 

Toronto Postal Garage ($3,564.08)— 

Caretaker, H., Gray, y 909 96 

Electric light, y., $119.34, power, y., $252.63; gas, y., $86.88; water, y., $78.78 537 63 

Bigley, R.. Mfg. Co.: hardware, etc., $40.13; pipes, $110.79 150 92 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 79-465 tons egg, $754.92, 9-495 tons grate, $90.21, 4 tons soft, $38.33. 883 46 

Canadian Wire and Iron Goods: stools, 9 doz., $250; sundries, $3 . 54 253 54 

McBrien, F. G.: caretaker's supplies, $31.19; oil, paint, etc., $57.10 88 29 

National Equioment Co., repairing motor and pump 55 50 

Ovens, T. A.: repairs, $60.20; material, $21 .45 81 65 

Rathbone, Geo., lumber: birch, $61.19; pine, $105.82 167 01 

Rogers Electric Co., 396 lamps 130 00 

Small payments: cartage, $66.50; electrical supplies, $51.48; paint, etc., $63.10; repairs, 

$44.48; sundries, $80.56 306 12 

Toronto Post Office ($39,901.78)— 

Elevatormen: y., $829.92 each, H. McCullough, J. McCrohon, A. Morrice, R. Moore, 

W. Watson; F. W. Sinclair, 10-3 m., $724.74 4,874 34 

Firemen, y.: T. J. Burns, $909.96; R. Eyre, $909.96; T. J. Letray, $959.96 2,779 88 

Storekeeper, J. Somers, y., $919.92; foreman cleaner, W. J. Gribble, $909.97 1,829 89 

Cleaners, y., $829.92 each: C. Ardagh; Wm. Cleverdon; J. J. Cosgrove; J. Cotton; 
J. H. Cowan; C. H. Crone; G. W. Dawson; J. Hayes; Ed. Hewitt; A. McCabe; 

G. McCallum; J. McCourt; T. Russell , 10,788 96 

Cleaners: H. L. Bell, $537.82- T. Bridger, $187.50; J. J. Clarke, $375; F. Edwards, 

$190; C. Gregory, $827.50; R. M. Patterson, $749.89; A. Petti, $158.30 3,026 01 

Care of clock, J. Wanless & Co., 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 125 00 

Electric light, y., $1,399.19; power, y., $364.24; gas, y., $1,531.79; water, y., $477.87.... 3,773 09 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 2 phones, y 62 00 

Carried forward - 986, 125 02 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices f£deraux: Entretien— Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 



Toronto Post Office — Concluded. 

Beattie, Geo. J., electrical supplies 

Ben Hur Manufacturing Co.: 21 trucks, $285; sundries, $7.13 

Bigley, R. Manufacturing Co.: 4,000 hooks, $160; pipes, ells, tees, etc., $425.04; 672 
special fittings, $268.80; sundries, $132.30 

Burns, P. &Co.: coal, 75-695 tons egg, $715.27, 364-955 tons grate, $3,469.90; wood, $12.. 

Canadian Steam Boiler Equipment Co., repairs and material 

Claxton, J. J. & Co.: repairs, $107.10; material, $64 

Dunton, H. G.: caretaker's supplies, $63.90; 22 window shades, $39.10 

Elevator Specialty Co.: labour and repairs, $53.13; material, $92.20 

1 Vnwick, W. H., carting ashes 

FiddesA Hogarth: labour, 96 h., $57.60; material, $16.95 

Gearing, Thos. V.: alterations and additions to stamp vender's office, $690; erecting 
observation galleries, $696; sundries, $46.80 

Harris Co., glass, paint, oil, etc 

Johns, H. W., Manville Co.: repairs and material 

Lyon, Jas. D.: hardware, $72.08; labour, 208 h., $120 

Masco Co.: electric lamps, $103.80; sundry supplies, $71 .59 

McBrien, F. G.: carateker's supplies, $480.54; electrical supplies, $258; oil, paint, $218.14. 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co.: sundry repairs 

Ontario Rubber Co.: tires, $61 .25; sundries, $26.75 

Ontario Soap and Oil Co.: oil, $69.14; white waste, $135.35 

Ovens, T. A.: labour, 465 h., $255.75; material, $79.75; reglazing, $203.85 

Pearsall, S., hardware, $55.80; Price, W. H., painting 50 parcel boxes, $62.50 

Rathbone, Geo., lumber, $284.68; Reynolds, G. N. & Co., cabinets, $81 

Rogers Electric Co.: 4 fans, $143.90; 3,630 lamps, $1, 132 

Vokes Hardware Co., hardware, $106.57; Winnett, J., truck repairs, $57. 10 

^mall payments: caretaker's supplies, $136.69; disinfectant, $48.40; hardware, $156.38; 

labour and repairs, $38.52; uniform, $35; sundries, $136.70 

Toronto Post Office Annex ($2,514.14)— 

Caretaker, M. McCartney, y., $909.96; gas, y., $406.44 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 124-605 tons grate 

Small payments ." 

Toronto Postal Station "A" ($5,795.05)— 

Elevatormen, y., $895.08 each: J. H. Gormally; O. Johnson; E. F. Tooze 

Electric light, y., $226.28, power, y., $258.56; gas, y., $48.48* 

Grand Trunk Ry. System, rent, y 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., repairing, 46 h., $34.50, material, $84.07 

Rogers Electric Co., 478 lamps, $151.80; Winnett, J., truck repairs, $370.25 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $71 .51; sundries, $64.36 

Toronto Postal Station "A" (Temporary) ($3,092.67)— 

Caretaker, A. Weir, y., $829.92; electric light, y., $225.45; gas, y., $281.94 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 104-422 tons egg, $992.02, 14-95 tons grate, $142.02 

Horwood Bros., cartage and labour, 40 h 

Lyon, Jas. D., repairs, $54.60; McBrien, F. G., caretaker's supplies, $81.58 

Rathbone, Geo., lumber, $58.72; Rogers Electric Co., 482 lamps, $152 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $41.20; electrical supplies, $48.50; labour, $72.75; 

sundries, $41.97 

Toronto Postal Station "B" ($891.24)— 

Gas, 5 m., $64.64; water, 6 m.,$3.25 

Rossin House Hotel Co., rent, Apr. 1 to Aug. 8, 1917 

Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co., replacing 3 plates, 72^x143, 72xl43|, 29xl08| 

Small payments 

Toronto Postal Station "C" ($1,734.70)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Rae, y., $720; electric light, y., $119.07; gas, y., $26.80; water, y., $34.07 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 45-83 tons egg 

Egles, G. S., painting exterior, as per contract 

Rogers Electric Co., 339 lamps ; 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $55.81; electrical supplies, $33.28; sundries, $61 
Toronto Postal Station "D" ($1,629.12) — 

Caretaker, A. E. Rowley, y 

Electric light, y., $106.40; gas, y., $57.20; water, y., $7.03 

Anthony & Higgin, taking down and replacing old eave troughs 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 42-47 tons egg, $403.47; wood, $4 

Rogers Electric Co., 281 lamps ; 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $51.64; electrical supplies, $32.88; sundries, $31.50 
Toronto Postal Station "E" ($1,741.16) — 

Electric light, y., $92.35; gas, y., $21.84; water, y., $9.57 

Mullin, Alex., rent, y., $1,440; Rogers Electric Co., 321 lamps, $103 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $36.05; sundries, $38.35 

Carried forward 1,016,165 71 



986,125 02 


68 01 


292 13 


986 14 


4,197 17 


96 30 


171 10 


103 00 


145 33 


210 25 


74 55 


1,432 80 


112 95 


58 81 


192 08 


175 39 


956 68 


62 84 


88 00 


204 49 


539 35 


118 30 


365 68 


1,275 90 


163 67 


551 69 


1,316 40 


1,183 74 


14 00 


2,685 24 


533 32 


1,800 00 


118 57 


522 05 


135 87 


1,337 31 


1,134 04 


70 00 


136 18 


210 72 


204 42 


67 89 


640 76 


144 00 


38 59 


r 899 94 


435 39 


140 00 


109 00 


! 150 37 


720 00 


170 63 


125 00 


407 47 


90 00 


) 116 02 


123 76 


1,543 00 


74 40 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 107 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices f£deraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,016,165 71 

Toronto Postal Station "F" ($2,679.39)— 

Fireman, J. W. Thornton, y., $909.96; cleaner, J. J. Clarke, 7 m., $454.92 1,364 88 

Electric light, y., $109.21; gas, y., $7.60; water, y., $19.09; exchange service, y., $52. ... 187 90 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 73-69 tons egg, $700.06; wood, $4.25 704 31 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 8 chairs, $41; 2 desks, $73; sundries, $44 158 00 

Rogers Electric Co., 258 lamps 85 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $67.39; carting ashes, $46; sundries, $65.91 179 30 

Toronto Postal Station "G" ($3, 164.21)— 

Caretakers: W. Hall, y., $909.96; T. Kerf oot, y., $909.96 1,819 92 

Care of clock, T. H. Brown, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 62 50 

Electric light, y., $178.29; gas, y., $6.16; water, y., $61.61 246 06 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 29-7 tons egg, $282.15, 45-452 tons grate, $431.80 713 95 

Fiddes & Hogarth, supplying and connecting water meter 135 25 

Rogers Electric Co., 227 lamps. 72 00 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $46.73; carting ashes, $26; sundries, $41.80........ 114 53 

Toronto Postal Station "H" ($972.15) — 

Electric light, y., $23.32; gas, y., $2.48 25 80 

McMillan & Costain, rent, y 900 00 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $31; sundries, $15.35 46 35 

Toronto Postal Station "K" ($1,361.22) — 

Caretaker, Thos. Kirkwood, y 660 00 

Electric light, y., $21.14; gas, y., $28.16; water, y., $17.10 66 40 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 50-835 tons egg, $482.93, 2-207 tons nut, $20.97 503 90 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $38.05; electrical supplies, $36.75; sundries, $56.12 130 92 

Toronto Buildings Generally ($7,928.76)— 

Superintendent, Wm. Corrigan, y., $1,800; fireman, D. Clark, y., $1,070.04 : 2,870 04 

Carpenters, y.: W.J. Graham, $1,050; S. Walkef, $1,050 2,100 00 

Electricians, y.: A. W. Charlton, $1,050; J. H. Rogers, $1,050 2, 100 00 

Cleaner, y., G. Auchincloss 829 92 

Small payments 16 30 

Stationery Office 12 50 

Trenton Public Building ($6,991.22)— 

Caretaker, John Potter, y., $499.92; care of clock, T. F. Rixon, y., $50 549 92 

Electric light, y., $151 .62; street sprinkling, 1917, $5; water, y., $75 231 62 

Biggar, A. C, making 269 keys 53 80 

Colbourne & Croft, additional heating apparatus, voucher outstanding, R. W., 19003 385 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission: electrical supplies, $54.44; labour, $29.85; voucher 

outstanding, R. W. 20123, $68.44 152 73 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., relettering office boxes, 1302 letters. ...". 52 08 

Rubenstein Bros.: 3 brass grills, $76.50; 3 brass receivers engraved, $89; sundries, $3.55. . 169 05 

Squier, J. G., coal, 39-432 tons egg, $335.18, 2 tons nut, $18 353 18 

Thornton & Truman, 6 gr. keys blank 102 00 

Whitley, Jas. & Sons: alterations and additions to fittings, &c, $4,786; repairs, $69.78. . . 4,855 78 

Small payments 54 63 

King's Printer 31 43 

Tweed Post Office: W. Moon, labour and repairs.., 8 00 

Uxbridge Public Building ($1,170.97)— 

Caretaker, M. Linton, y., $499.96; care of clock, A. MacDonald, Feb. 8, 1916 to Mar. 31, 

1918, $106.95 606 91 

Electric light, y., $137.30; Moore Bros., coal, 40-995 tons, $369.71 507 01 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $24.30; sundries, $32.75 57 05 

Walkerton Public Building ($1,098.16)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Lindsay, y 499 96 

Electric light, y., $200; street oiling, 1917, $10 210 00 

George, A., coal, 33 tons egg, $297; Sidle, J., wood, 12 cd., $54 351 00 

Small payments 37 20 

Walkerville Public Building ($1,841.04)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Wilmott, y., $780; charwoman, Mrs. E. Wilmot, y., $162.40 942 40 

Electric light, y., $208.15; water, y., $35 243 15 

Howe, H., building concrete steps and additional sidewalk 66 80 

Pigott-Healy Construction Co.: extra concrete base and terezzo floor, $173.50; 17 oak cas- 
ings to windows, $187; sundries, $64 424 50 

Woollatt, Wm., & Sons, coal, 6-63 tons 65 95 

Small payments: hardware and oil, $30.06; repairs, $34.50; sundries, $33.68 98 24 

Waterloo Public Building ($1,504.65)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Suggit, y., $499.96; care of clock, J. Ball,.y., $50 549 96 

Electric light, y., $149.83; gas, y., $57.62; street watering, $9.16; water, y., $24.22 240 83 

Climax Baler Co.: steel baler, $47.50; wire, freight, etc., $4.80 52 30 

Hogg, Wm., coal, 56-105 tons 491 20 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $21.25; repairs, $51.56; wood, $32.50; sundries, 

$65.05 170 36 

Carried forward 1,044,885 48 



V— 108 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT. 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $- cts. 
Edifices f£de>aux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,044,885 48 

Welland Public Building ($1,758.58)— 

( laretaker, Wm. Jarvis, y ■ VTi Hf 

Electric light, y., $53.34; gas, y., $29.20; water, y., $30 112 54 

Hansler, R. C, caretaker's supplies . . . . . . . • ■ • ■ • .- • • *>* y » 

Hickev W.J.: alterations and re-arrangement of fittings, $.32/; extra work, $119; sundries, 

$3.60. oal46J22tcns JS.31 

Small payments: 'caretaker's supplies, $45.14; labour and repairs, $78.20; sundries, $73.19 196 53 

Whitby Public Building ($859.71)— .,,■„„„ * rn , nn ftn 

( aretaker, John Ard, y., $450; care of clock, W . H. Hooper, y., $50 500 00 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 15, 1918, $80.83; water, y., $38 118 83 

Blow, E. R., coal, 20-755 tons egg.... . . . . . . . •< ! J J" 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $32; sundries, $27.28 ™ Jti 

Wiarton Post Office: painting mail box u lb 

Windsor Engineer's Office ($1,485.67)- 

Electric light, y., $10.72; water, y. to July.l 1918, $5. ,0 16 42 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 2 phones, y i oon no 

Heintzman & Co.: janitor service, 13 m., $130; rent, y., $1,200 1,330 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet, $60; sundries, $10.25 70 25 

Windsor Immigration Office: Owners of the Victoria Block, rent, 12 m oOO 00 

Windsor Public Building ($3, 368. 10)— ., 1t > ~n ^ t t u a a 

Caretaker, Wm. Hillier, y., $450; firemen, F. Howell, 4-8 m., $318. /0, F.J. Lamb, 4-6 

$272 82 ' 

Cleaners: E. Banks', y. ','$199 .92,' overpaid, December, $16. 66; sundry, $14.40 230 98 

Electric light, y., $337.82; gas, y., $419.82; water y M21.28 . .. . . . ......... . . . . . . . 878 92 

Haugh, Geo. C: 2 cases and painting signs, $215.50; labour, 185 h., $111, sundry, $54.15; 

lumber, $89.36 %0 01 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., linoleum, 90 yd . . . . • • • • .• • "1 &u 

Pennington & Brian: material, $36.48; repairs to boilers and gas burner, $55; sundry repairs 

• Steel Equipment Co.: 2 cabinets, $77; express, $3.03 . 80 03 

Walker, W. M., storm covers for steps, labour and material < J i6 

Windsor Hardware Co.: 100 electric lamps, $35; sundries, $21 .70 ob /U 

Windsor Hydro-Electric System: 173 lamps, $55.25; sundries, $1 .05 ob do 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $39.50; 5 chairs, $25; repairs, $81.60; sundries, 

$59.56 t 205 bb 

Wingham Public Building ($643.73)— ■ v ffSA 9 , Q Q9 

Caretaker, J. Fisher, y., $199.92; care of clock, A. M. Knox, y., $50 249 92 

Electric light, y., $231 .96; street watering, $5.28; water y., $24.28 • 2bl 52 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $20.95; repairs, $40.20; wood, $37; sundries, $34.14. . . 132 29 
Woodstock Public Building ($2,491.06)- 

Caretaker, R. Kerr, y ., $600; care of clock, J. Barr, y ., $50 .. . 650 00 

Charwomen: Mrs. E. Jarvis, 8 m., $144; Mrs. L. Swanton, 4 m $72. 21b 00 

Electric light, y., $136; gas, y., $48.49; water, y. to July 1, 1918, $39.20 223 69 

Bottoms, H., painting, papering and redecorating interior ^^ 

Hastings, A. & Son, coal, 45-485 tons. ; • • • • • • • 

McDonald, Alex.: furnishing and installing new basin and section, $375; repairs, JObi, 

material, $44.50 .•••*; .;•■',',''" 'i^AA j '•* " 

Tindall, J. D. & Son: alterations to fittings and erection of 3 mail tables, $120; sundries, 

«g - 

Small payments: boiler and gas neater installed, $45; caretaker's supplies, $65.18; elec- 

trical supplies, $48.55; repairs, $74.06; sundries, $59.71 ^ 5U 

Ontario Buildings: Generally ($933.39)— . ^ ntf „ „ r- « t , 

Travel and outlay: H. E. Hamilton, $128.30; Thos. A. Hastings, $696.41; H. E. Mathews, 

$68.85 lm 

Small payments qq qo 

King's Printer, $3.75; Stationery Office, $29.58 • ** *j ■ 

Birtle Ry. Station, painting letter box u 

Brandon Examining Warehouse ($2,165.08)— .noo* 1W oi 

Brandon Electric Light Co.: light, July 25-Mar. 30, $10; heat, Sept. 29-Mar. 30, $H2.24. . 152 24 
KirchhofTer, Mrs. C: rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $1,800; use of basement, Aug. 15, 1916-Mar. 

31, 1918, $97.50; water, $47.09 ^^ j* 

Cleaning, $3; lavatory basin, $33; repairs, $10.50; 4 shades, $21 .75 <>8 #> 

Brandon Experimental Farm ($1,037.29)— R0 Q _ 

Elviss, T. E., coal, 5-687 tons at $9.50, 41-355 at $9.75, 5 at $12.50, 26-395 at $13 862 85 

Coal, 6-455 tons, $57.13; light, 11 m. to Mar. 1, $116.91; ruby lamp, 40c 1'4 ** 

Brandon Immigration Building ($358.24) — _ 

Barclay & O'Hara, coal, 40-71 tons at $5, 3 at $13 7H S 

Light, 12 m. to Feb. 28, $27.94; water, $20.25; 10 cords wood, $67.50 m w 

Carried forward , 1,060,587 83 



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480 50 
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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ c ts. 
Edifices federaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,060,587 83 

Brandon Public Building ($3,529.57)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Quackenbush, 12 m. to Mar. 31 1,080 00 

Barclay & O'Hara, 7-135 tons coal, at $13 92 75 

Bullock, A. E., extending stamp wicket and making 3 oak tables 68 00 

Gas, 12 m., $802.70; steam heat, 12 m., $1,043.95; light, 12 m., $113.23 1,959 88 

Coal, $37.50; 180 lamps, $63.95; painting trucks, $30.75; repairs, $26.10; water rates, 

$113.19; wood, $20.25; sundry, $37.20 , 328 94 

Carman Public Building ($1,204.37)— 

Caretaker, W. McCullough, y., $600; light, April-Dec, $100.45 700 45 

Western Coal Co., 31 065 tons coal at $11 .35 352 59 

Freight, $22.79; 36 lights, $16.34; repairs, $26.15; wood, $52; sundry, $34.05 151 33 

Dauphin Public Building ($1,798.61) — 

Caretaker, G. Broadfoot, y., $600; Western Coal Co., 48-975 tons coal, $595.05 1, 195 05 

Light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $334.64; water, $54.57 ' 389 21 

Carting ashes, $13; 125 lamps, $49.05; repairs, $16.30; wood, $33.50; sundry, $102.50 214 35 

Deloraine Immigration Building ($638.85) — 

Buxton, H. H., rent, y 300 00 

Chalmers, Wm.: coal, 27-112 tons, $313; wood, $25.85 '. 338 85 

Duck Mountain Forestry Office — 

Steel Equipment Co., steel cabinet and pr. ends 51 03 

Emerson Immigration Building — 

Alexander Realty Co., rent, 5 m. to Feb. 15, $25; Rott & Son, 4-8 tons coal, $30.07 55 07 

Emerson Public Building ($1,306.05)— 

Caretaker, H. Pennock, y., $600; Continental Oil Co., 184 gal. gasoline, $76.10 676 10 

Pocock, G., wood, 3 cords at $5, 10 at $7.50 90 00 

Western Coal Co., coal, 38-32 tons at $10.70, 5 at $11. 50 '..... 467 55 

Freight, $8.53; 24 globes, $8.40; 24 mantles, $8.40; floor oil, $6.30; sundry, $40.77 72 40 

Gretna Custom House: special wardrobe and stationery cabinet 66 31 

Le Pas, Kerr Building, Interior Lands and Mining Recorder — 

Kerr, Robt., rent, 14 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 700 00 

Le Pas Public Building ($711.50)— 

Lafontaine, J. L., clock, $10; Lake Lumber Co., 7 tons coal, $101 .50 Ill 50 

Sinclair, Wm., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 600 00 

Manitou Station, painting 2 mail boxes 1 50 

Melita Public Building ($163.75)— 

Melita Lodge No. 20, I.O.O.F., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 163 00 

Painting station letter box 75 

Minnedosa Public Building ($2,225.92)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Devlin, y., $699.96; light, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $295.95 995 91 

Western Coal Co., 77-26 tons egg coal at $11 .85 915 53 

Care of clock, y., $75; carting ashes, $11; matches, $7.50; coal oil, $27; 6 brass plates, 

$29.50; repairs, $37.85; soap, $6.50; wood, $82.50; sundry, $37.63 314 48 

Morden Public Building ($1,733.74)— 

Caretaker, E.Bali, y., $720; light, y., $147.33 „.. 867 33 

Forrest, C. F., care of clock, Mar. 1, 1916, to Dec. 31, 1917 91 66 

Kirk Co., Chas. D., alterations and repairs to plumbing system 121 45 

Western Coal Co., 45-8 tons coal at $11.25 515 25 

Cleaning cesspool, $53.75; coal, $11; repairs, $15; wood, $39.50; sundry, $18.80 138 05 

Neepawa Public Building ($1,571.17) — 

Caretaker, P. McCrea, y., $863.30; Western Coal Co., 39-457 tons coal, $465.70 1,329 00 

Town of Neepawa: 50 lamps, $18.75; light, 12 m., $74.55; water, $26.96 120 26 

Cartage of ashes, etc., $14; floor oil, $15.50; repairs, $16.16; wood, $60; sundry, $16.25 121 91 

Portage la Prairie Armoury ($1,450.44) — 

Caretaker, J. C. Jackson, y., $540; Richardson, Wm., 5-24 tons coal, $71 .50 611 50 

Western Coal Co., 56-747 tons egg coal at $11 .35 644 08 

Gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $50.25; electric light, $50.89 101 14 

Repairs, $12.10; soap, $11.50; wood, $26; sundry, $44.12 93 72 

Portage la Prairie Custom House ($462.14) — 

Garland, J. J., rent, April 1, 1917, to April 8, 1918 .' 429 34 

Gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $19; light, $11 .90; repairs, $1 .90 32 80 

Portage la Prairie Public Building ($2,306.38)— 

Caretaker, H. Johns, y., $720; cleaning, $64 784 00 

Burns Bros.: express, $17.50; glazing, $18.86; floor oil, $4.50; repairs, $71.39 112 25 

City of Portage la Prairie: light, 12 m., $482.09; water, 12 m., $25.25 507 34 

Richardson, Wm., coal, 46-948 tons at $12.50, 12-452 at $12.80, 2-088 at $13.65 774 71 

Brooms, $10.20; 2 w.p. baskets, $13.70; 41 lamps, $20.43; floor oil, $13.50; repairs, $32.05; 

sundry, $38.20 128 08 

Reston, Man., Post Office: Brady, W. A., rent, April 1 to Nov. 15, 1917 70 00 

Roblin Forestry Office: Town of Roblin, rent, April 1-Dec. 30 247 50 

Carried forward 1,080,881 73 



V 110 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1017-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fSderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward t ,080,881 73 

St. Boniface Public Building ($2,605.76)— 

Caretaker, T. Bouchard, y., $720; electric current, 12 m., $84.56 804 56 

Cusson Lumber Co.: renovating painting, $632.50; repairs, $127.15; 26 shades, $105; sun- 
dry, $6; apparent duplicate payment, $3 .60 874 25 

North American Colleries, 31-735 tons coal at $11.25; Western Coal Co., 36037 tons coal 

a £ §^2 789 45 

Lamps, 65, $25.75; repairs, $55.30; soap, $9.80; water, 12 m., $30.65; sundry, $16 137 50 

Selkirk Public Building ($1,968.24)— M ™ « B -, i CO ot 

( 'aretaker, J. Massey, y., $786.62; Gibbs, S., painting and renovating, $372.25 1,158 87 

Davidson, S. E.: installing vitro closet, $41.60; repairs, $63.31 104 91 

Reid Thos., coal, 9-225 tons at $11 .15, 36-011 at $12 534 98 

Town of Selkirk: light, 12 m., $61.01; water, 9 m. to Jan. 1, $17.97; repairs, $12.20 91 18 

Repairs, $33; wood, $30; sundry, $15.30 78 30 

Shoal Lake Post Office: Town of Shoal Lake, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 180 00 

Souris Public Building ($1,850.34)— ,.'-.,«* 

Caretaker, T. Summerfield, y., $660; Field, F. & J., sundry supplies, $75.90 735 90 

Colter & Son, John: painting and repairs, $200; 5 screens, $15 215 00 

Patrick T.: coal, 1 ton, $8.75, 8-043 at $9.50, 35-187 at $13.45; wood, $12.50; sundry, $9.55 580 47 

Town of Souris: light, 12 m., $110.42; water, 12 m., $73.70; repairs, $5 30 ,-••• — •• ! S 42 

Cartage, $9.50; coal, $9.85; suit of clothes, $30; 50 lamps, $17.20; wood, $42; sundry, $21 . . 129 55 

Sprague Custom' House— _ 

Steel Equipment Co., cabinet and pr. ends • ou 6& 

Stonewall Public Building ($831.90)— 

Caretaker, N. McLeod, y., $480; light, 13 m. to Mar. 31, $45.92 525 92 

Winnipeg Supply & Fuel Co., 21-35 tons coal at $12.50 266 88 

Repairs, $17.10; wood, $5.50; sundry, $16.50 39 10 

Transcona Public Building: McFarlane, W., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 6o0 00 

Virden Immigration Building ($286)— „„„ 

School District of Virden, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 15 250 UJ> 

Coal, 2 tons, $20; wood, $16 3b °0 

Virden Public Building ($1,517.02)— 

Caretaker G. H. Stonedge, y., $660; care ot clock, $50 • 710 00 

Manitoba Hardware & Lumber Co. : 500 gal. gasoline, $200; sundry, $38 . 60 238 60 

Western Coal Co., 31-632 tons coal at $12.45 • • • • ........ • • • 393 82 

Cartage, $10; coal, $36.45; 50 lamps, $18.15; repairs, $28.55; wood, $39; sundry, $42.45. ... 174 60 

"'"Boyd VV° y j d ,™f m'toMar.'il, Archives, $540, Fish., $360, Railway Comm., $1,270 2, 170 00 

Cartage, $8; light, 12 m., Archives, $6, Fisheries, $6, Railway Comm., $13.84 33 84 

Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce ($5,416.44)— _ 

Bawlf, N., rent, Hydrographic Survey, 12 m., $2,700, Indians and Inland Revenue, 

13 m $2 535 o, 235 00 

City of Winnipeg, light, 12 m., $61 .69; Office Specialty Co., cabinet, $119.75 181 44 

Winnipeg Custom House ($12,497.54)— 

Cleaners: M. Hawkins, $810; Mrs. M. Title, $840; B. Wasserman, $870. . . . ....... . . . 2,520 00 

Elevatorman, J. Coutu, $870; engineer, M. Mclvor, $990; watchman, A. Boiteau, $810. . . . 2,670 00 

Firemen, V. A. Driver, $810, sundry, $532.90; patrol, W. W. Cherry, $1,080 ........ 2,422 90 

Beairsto's Plumbing Establishment: installing Mogul h. w. boiler, $419.60; sundry plum- 
City of Winnipeg: light, 12 m., $564.08; power, $103.78; water, 12 m. to Dec. 8, $171.77. ... S39 63 

de Mattos, Dunbar: 50 gal. disinfectant, $87.50; sundry, $43. •••••••••• • • : • • * • • ■ • ■ • • J 30 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: section and pr. ends, $35.25; steel cabinet, $llo; sundry, $43.18. 193 43 

Pioneer Elevator & Motor Repair Co., repairs to elevator Jo 05 

Star Electric Co.: 223 lamps, $100.85; sundry, $22.05 122 90 

Western Coal Co., 24-02 tons coal at $11.25 270 23 

Winnipeg Supply & Fuel Co., 111-57 tons coal at $12 . • • • • • ■ 1 , 338 84 

Cabinet, $47.07; carting rubbish, $215.25; cleaning windows, $95; gas, 12 m., $94.//; 

repairs, $34.66; uniform, $35; wood, $17.75; sundry, $65.28 604 78 

Winnipeg Engineer's Office ($2,222.08)— 

Banfield, J. A.: mirror, $3.50; Wilton rug, $67.50 '1 00 

Xotre Dame Investment Co., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 ••••■•■ 1 • 5U0 00 

Thorburn Co.: 2 sectional cabinets, $128.50; vertical cabinet, $40; 2 chairs, $49; desk 

with plate glass, $82; table, $38; wardrobe, $30; sundry, $28.50 396 00 

Light, 12 m., $9.78; telephone exchange, y., $245.30 2o5 08 

Winnipeg Examining warehouse ($17,775.68) — 

Elevatormen: C. E. Corbett, $870; L. Knott, $870; P. Trotter, $885; sundry, $850.63. . . . 3,47o 63 

Engineer, W. Clark, $1,065; caretaker, $959.98 - • • • • • • - 2,024 98 

Firemen: F. Burns, $870; P. C Devey, 2 m., $130; J. Kennedy, y., $870; T. Rutherford, 

*g70 2, /40 00 

deMattos. Dunbar: 50 gal. desinfectant, $87.50; sundry, $22.50 110 00 

Jennings, F. S., alterations to boiler, changing to Standard setting, etc LI 80 

Carried forward 1,121,683 68 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 111 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 
Edifices fCderaux: Entretien— Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 1,121,683 68 

Winnipeg Examining Warehouse — Concluded. 

Josie & McLeod: installing steam pump, $147; general repairs, $390.56 537 56 

Schmidt Brass & Iron Works, repairs to doors and elevator 214 00 

Western Coal Co., coal, 43-08 tons at $7.60, 549-505 at $11.50 6,646 72 

Gas, 12 m., $32.80; electric light, $224.93; power, $150.58; water, y. to Dec. 8, $447.03 855 34 

Batteries, $12.90; carting rubbish, $303; cleaning windows, $120; disinfectant, $14.25; 

fuses, $8; insurance of 2 boilers, $85; 78 lamps, $32.74; machine oil, $36.40; repairs, 

$178.75; wood, $17; sundry, $191.61 999 65 

Winnipeg Food Controller's Office ($1,246.55) — 

Leslie's : typewriter chair, $11.25; t. w. desk, $76 87 25 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: base, top, 3 units, $66.25; 6 chairs, $91; 4 flat desks, $164; 

2 t. w. desks, $72; 3 tables, $53; 3 upright units, $76; sundry, $27.75 550 00 

Scott, Fred W., rent Dec. 20-Mar. 20, 1918 305 00 

Thorburn Co., T. A.: 24 side chairs, $108; 3 costumers, $18.75; settee, $18; table, $20 164 75 

Willson Stationery Co.: cabinet, $29.50; chair, $7.75; desk, $46.50; sundry, $11.10 94 85 

Installing 2 desk lamps 44 70 

Winnipeg Immigration Buildings ($10,302.95)— 

Atchison, T., 18 cds. wood, $141.50; de Mattos, D., 100 gal. disinfectant, $175 316 50 

City of Winnipeg: heating, 3 m. to June 30, $3.76; water 12 m. to Dec. 7, $1,003.78 1,007 54 

Hargrave, J. G., coal, 253-645 tons at $11, 178-712 at $12, 16-395 tons, $184.47 5, 119 11 

Mack, David, services, Dec. 22 to Jan. 22, 1918 90 00 

Standard Supply & Fuel Co., coal, 23-08 tons at $11.25, 20-11 at $12 500 98 

Winnipeg Electric Railway: electric light, 12 m., $1,151.70; power, $253.81 1,405 51 

Winnipeg Supply & Fuel Co., coal, 138-37 tons at $12, 9-205 at $12.50 1,775 50 

Exchange service, y., $37.51; 110 lamps, $50.30 87 81 

Winnipeg Inspector of Heating & Plumbing ($294.48) — 

Notre Dame Investment Co., rent, 4 m. to Mar. 15, 1918 120 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 3 chairs, $19.50; desk, $38; 5 cabinet sections, $24.05 81 55 

Steel Equipment Co.: cabinet with lock, $53; folders, guides, etc., $12.85; freight, $3.73. . 69 58 
Lettering door, $7.50; light, $2.10; office laundry, $2.25; telephone exchange, Jan. 25 to 

Mar. 31, 1918, $11.50 23 35 

Winnipeg Post Office ($32,668.33)— 

Caretaker, D. Paton, y., $960; cleaners, Mrs. M. Cavanagh, $1,128, Mrs. M. Orchard, 

$1,140, sundry, $882 4, 110 00 

Elevatormen, A. Foster, H. Handel, E. Hood, F. Jenkins, J. Spence, each, $870 4, 350 00 

Engineer, J. Hay, $1,080; watchman, Alb. Gosselin, $1,200 2, 280 00 

Firemen, G. Buchanan, C. Havey, A. Sabine, each, $930 2, 790 00 

Addison Carriage Co., repairs, $80.50; Barlow, D. H., repairing floors, $424.80 505 30 

Boardman, G. A., repairs to roof and vent 165 85 

City of Winnipeg: electric light, 12 m., $2,391.34; power, 12 m., $464.80; water, y., to Dec. 

8, $897.42 3 , 753 56 

Climax Baler Co.: steel balers, No. 3, $47.50, No. 5, $133; freight, $16.18 196 68 

de Mattos, Dunbar: cleanser, $24.85; floor oil, $11; paper, $135 170 85 

Green & Litster: fitting in new arch plates and repairing brick work of 2 boilers, $229.20; 

duplicate coil for heater, $42; supplying and fitting in two new setts of cyclone grates, 

$679.17; new rain water leader, $91; sundry plumbing repairs, $378.20 1,420 57 

Hygiene Products, Ltd., 180 gal. izal fluid... 409 00 

Jennings, F. S., repairing brickwork of three boilers ^ 172 16 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 chairs, $16.59; ^ desks, $81.50; stand, $5 103 09 

Peace Ltd., Beliveau, 4 uniforms and 4 extra pr. trousers 140 00 

Pioneer Elevator & Motor Repair Co., sundry repairs to elevators 532 11 

Plant, F. H.: 12 rubber-tired trucks, $972; freight, $109.08 1,081 08 

Porter, J. C, repairs, $114.53; Schmidt Works, repairs, $90.95 205 48 

Star Electric Co.: 883 ft. cord, $40.48; dry cells, $30.90; fuses, $74.20; 60 w. Mazda lamps, 

1,800, $798; sundry lamps, $85.78; sundry, $117.74 1, 147 10 

Western Coal Co., coal, 45-045 tons at $11.25, 528-01 at $12 6,842 89 

Winnipeg Electric Ry., gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 165 77 

Winnipeg Paint & Glass Co.: glass, $38.61; 3,440 ft. maple, $297.83; sundry hardware and 

lumber, $108.17 444 61 

Wyatt, A. E., sundry caretaker's supplies 107 18 

Cartage of rubbish, $338.75; cleaning windows, $145; disinfectant, $38.50; freight, $60.13; 

insurance on 3 boilers, $122.25; labour, $24.31; 24 letter boxes, $54; repairs, $242.50; 

retiring trucks, $75.36; door strips, $36; telephone exchange, $189; wood, $29.50; 

sundry, $219.75 1,575 05 

Winnipeg Postal Station "A" ($2,627.69)— 

Burrows, Thos.: large safe, $160; freight, $22.32 182 32 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., rent, April 11 to Nov. 11, 1917 1,745 73 

Mack, D., services, 2 m. to Mar. 22, 1918 180 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 10 chairs, $22.50, 14 wardrobes, $139 161 50 

' Carried forward 1,177,718 81 



V— 112 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1M7-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices flderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,177,718 81 

Winnipeg Postal Station "A" — Concluded. 

Cartage, $39.55; desk, $22.75; freight, $13.44; 7 lamps, $10.20; repairs to trucks, $172.90; 
sundry repairs, $40.54; electric power, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $19.70; table, $24; sundry, 

$15.06 358 14 

Winnipeg Postal Station "B" ($4,816.74)— 

Caretaker, J. Lamb, $720; cleaner, Mrs. E. A. Brand, $465; engineer, A. Taylor, $1,200. . . 2,385 00 

Atchison, Thos., 10 cds. wood, $79; City of Winnipeg, water, y. to Dec. 9, $104.17 183 17 

Hargrave Co., 26-53 tons coal at $11.25; Western Coal Co., 7507 tons coal at $12 1, 199 30 

Matthews, H. E., architect : commission of 5 p.c. on $398, of 10 p.c. on $1,486 168 50 

Sturtevant Co., No. 3, Regulus metal monogram exhauster, right hand, upblast dis: 

charge 292 00 

Winnipeg Electric Ry.: electric light, 12 m., $158.03; electric heat, $180.29; electric power, 

$27.51 ; gas, $74.39 440 22 

Cabinet, $29.25; carting ashes, $36; cleaning windows, $25; repairs, $35.20; sundry, $23.10 148 55 

Winnipeg Postal Station "C" ($1,957.56)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. Marke, y, $345; light, 12 m., $79.67 424 67 

Roblin, Sir R. P., rent, 12 m. to Apr. 30 1,500 00 

Gas, $5.51; repairs, $7.28; sundry, $20.10 32 89 

Winnipeg Postal Station "D" ($2,530.97)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. H. Willoughby, y., $345; Hargrave Co., 4-85 tons coal, $54.61 399 61 

City of Winnipeg: electric light, 12 m., $54.74; water, 12 m. to Dec. 8, $26.51 81 25 

Congdon, Arthur, rental, Mar. 3, 1917 to Mar. 31, 1918 1,724 73 

Winnipeg Supply & Fuel Co., 21-11 tons coal at $12 '.. 253 32 

Lamps, 20, $12.32; repairs, $17.33; 5 shades, $14.95; 2 cds. wood, $19.50; sundry, $7.96. ... 72 06 

Winnipeg Registrar's Office (M. S. Act)— ($1,063.94)— 

Banfield, J. A.: 120 kitchen chairs, $108; 66 tables, $339 447 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 5 card cabinets $37.25; 2 steel sections, $88; express, $3.33 128 58 

Steel Equipment Co.: 9 cabinets and one pr. ends, $370; express, $64.36 434 36 

Thorburn Co.: g. o. cabinet, $6; steel cabinet, $48 54 00 

Winnipeg Resident Architect's Office: sundry repairs 6 31 

Winnipeg Union Station, Mailroom ($2,473.20)— 

Porter, J. C, sundry repairs to trucks 57 20 

Winnipeg Joint Terminals, rent, April to Mar 2, 416 00 

Winnipeg Union Bank Building, war tax office ($678.25) — 

Union Bank of Canada, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 : 675 00 

Light, April-Dec 3 25 

Winnipeg Public Buildings, Generally ($7,110.95)— 

Carpenter, P. Keele, $990; cleaner, Miss R. Bagshaw, $1,020; fireman, P. C. Devey, 

10 m., $740; patrolman, W. Shield, $1,200 3,950 00 

Electricians, J. Newton, $1,110, J. M. Scott, $1,200 2,310 00 

Electrical Equipment Co.: nitrogen lamps, 50 at $1.89, 150 at 99c; tungsten lamps, 400 

at 30c, 400 at 37c; freight, $13.78 524 78 

Star Electric Co.: 60-watt lamps, 525, $215.25; sundry, $23.17 238 42 

Car tickets, $67.65; rent of post office box, $8; sundry, $12.10 87 75 

Manitoba Buildings Generally ($502.13)— 

Hay ward, Mark, painting letter boxes and parcel receptacles 101 50 

Travel and outlay: C. Gerrie, $25.20; H. E. Matthews, $262.77 287 97 

King's Printer, $33.89; Stationery Office, $78.77 112 66 

Battleford Immigration Building, light, 12 m. to Mar 12 00 

Battleford Public Building ($2,626.88)— 

Caretaker, E. M. Webb, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 660 00 

Evans, W. H.: architect's commission, 1\ p.c. on $1,309.03; travel, $12 110 18 

Galvin Lumber Yards: 8-535 tons coal, $64; 8 cords wood, $48 112 00 

Mackenzie & Thayer, coal, 10-355 tons at $8, 33-545 at $9.75, 33-4 at $10.25 752 26 

Steel Equipment Co.: 3 cabinets and pr. ends, $121; express, $14.20 135 20 

Town of Battleford: electric light, 12 m., $509.16; 18 lamps, $8.10; half-cost of laying 

water and sewer service, $54.67; repairs, $26.50; water, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $74.91 673 34 
Brooms, $16.10; cartage, $9.50; glazing, $56.70; 50 lamps, $17.50; floor-oil, $10; repairs, 

$16.80; sundry, $57.30 183 90 

Big River Forestry Office: Crooked Lake Fish Co., rent, April-Oct 70 00 

Coutlee Forestry Office: filing cabinet, $43.15; freight, $7.80 50 95 

East Poplar River Custom House — 

Taylor, J. & J.: fireproof safe, $126; freight, $18.33 144 33 

Estevan Public Building ($1,081.39) — 

Caretaker, R. Murray, yr., $540; light, 12 m., $212.38; water, $32.08 784 46 

Munro, T. D., 100-97 tons coal at $2.30 232 23 

Labour, $12.85; 30 lamps, $11; repairs, $15.50; sundry, $25.35 64 70 

Gravelbourg Immigration Building ($281.50) — 

Can. Nor Town Properties Co., rent of site, $1; Sullivan, E. T., 6 ton coal, $63 64 00 

Johnson Elevator Co., 15 tons nut coal, at $14.50. 217 50 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices IMeraux: Entreticn— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,203,484 05 

Gravelbourg Public Building ($435.70)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Hamelin, 1917, $120; Dubuisson, A., 13-055 tons coal, $179.95 299 95 

Rinfret, O.: 144 gal. gasolene, $72; sundry, $40.95 * 112 95 

Labour, $4; repairs, $12.80; water, $6 22 80 

Hudson Bay Junction Forestry Office — 

McAvoy, E. D., rent, yr., $144; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., section with ends, $53.47 197 47 

Humboldt Public Building ($2, 194.89)— 

Caretaker, N. Kingsley, yr., $660; Humboldt Fuel Co., 93-288 tons coal, $774.75 1,434 75 

Pioneer Heating and Plumbing Co.: repairs, $102.60; paperburner, $5 107 60 

Town of Humboldt: 20 lamps, $10; electric light, 12 m., $234.58: making sewer and 

water connections, $150; water, $48.26 442 84 

Care of clock, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $93.75; 2 storm doors, $14; 4 nitro lamps, $5; 

repairs, $55.60; sundry, $41.35 209 70 

Indian Head Experimental Farm ($1,358.69)— 

Conn, Jas., coal, 45 tons at $13, 20-135 at $9.50 ' 776 28 

Lamps, 17, $11.75; electric light, 12 m., $314.15; water, 12 m., $256.51 582 41 

Indian Head Fisheries Inspector's Office — 

Shewan, A. P. (per A. Leach), rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 156 00 

Indian Head Forestry Office ($2,165.18)— 

Conn, Jas.: coal, 20 tons at $9.50, 63-79 at $13, 1-05 at $12; 15 cords wood, $120 1,15188 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 5 sections, $107.50; 6 vert, sections at $24; one bill-size section, 

$35.05; 2 pr. ends, $20.35; 5 tops, $27.50; freight, $20.14 354 54 

Osment, Mrs. L. A., rent of office, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 516 00 

Town of Indian Head: light, 12 m., $21.35; water, $121.41 142 76 

Kerrobert Immigration Hall — 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., rent, $1 ; Lumber Mfgs Yards, 20 tons coal, $190 191 00 

Lloydminster Immigration Hall — 

% Johnson & Son, light, 12 m., $20.05; Vincent, J., 31-81 tons coal at $6 210 90 

Lloydminster Public Building ($4,008.91)— 

Caretaker, G. H. Bramhall, yr., $660; Brady, C, drilling well, $412.50 1,072 50 

Emerson, J.: installing concrete septic and accumulating tanks, $400; sundry, $61.70 461 70 

Harris, A. R., 3 storm porches glazed, erected 135 00 

Johnson & Son: light, 12 m., $462.22; repairs, $11 .30 473 52 

Northern Hardware Co.: H H.P. gasolene engine, $68; sundry, $11.75 79 75 

Northern Plumbing Co.: alterations and additions to heating system 908 00 

Pioneer Heating & Plumbing Co.: placing .erecting and connecting pipe fittings, etc., 

for hot air engine, pressure tank, pump, etc., $294; sundry repairs, $17.90 311 90 

Vincent, Jas., 47-65 tons coal at $5.85 278 75 

Care of clock, yr., $50; cartage, $31.70; Climax baler, $47.50; freight, $8.39; kalsomining, 

$14; repairs, $74.60; sundry, $61.60 287 79 

Maple Creek Dom. Lands Office ($1,789.09)— 

Meneley & Co., A. A., coal, 23-23 tons at $7.50, 21-205 at $15 492 29 

Parsons, Estate L. C, rent, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1918 1,100 00 

Steel Equipment Co.: 4 cabinets and pr. ends, $158; freight, $16.85 174 85 

Light, $14.45; water, Jan.-Mar., 1918, $7.50. 21 95 

Maple Creek Forestry Office — 

Wylie, D. J., rent, Nov. 6, 1916-Mar. 6, 1918 240 00 

Maple Creek Public Building ($1,191.69) — 

Caretaker, W. A. Douglas, yr., $199.92; light, 12 m., $184.20 384 12 

Meneley & Co., A. A.: coal, 6-025 tons at $7, 6 at $8, 25-405 at $14; sundry, $84.33 530 17 

Lamps, 120, $30; flag-pole, $34; putting up flag-pole and painting, $57; repairs, $131.35; 

sundry, $25.05 277 40 

Melfort Public Building ($2,905.14)— 

Caretaker, J. R. Lee, yr., $660; light, 12 m., $212.17; water, $48 920 17 

Beaver Lumber Co., coal, 37-5 tons at $8.50, 48-312 at $12.40 917 80 

Jameson, Geo. B.: plumbing and heating additions, as tendered, $760; sundry, $22 782 00 

Stewart, Geo. L.: carting ashes, $19; 16 cds wood, $100 119 00 

Care of clock, yr., $75; 5-65 tons coal, $50.87; 10 loads gravel, $27.50; sundry, $12.80 166 17 

Moose Jaw Immigration Hall ($358.07)— 

City of Moose Jaw: light, 11 m. to Mar. 4, $39.66; rent, yr. to April 15, 1918, $100; water 

11 m. to Mar. 1, $18.75 158 41 

Hannah, W., 17-496 tons coal, $153.08; Tate Coal Co., wood, $13.50 166 58 

Detailed in 1916-17, V— 133 33 08 

Moose Jaw Public Building ($13, 168.97)— 

Caretaker, D. Oliver, yr., $780; elevatorman, J. Irwin, $720; watchman, $660 2, 160 00 

Firemen: G. Elliott, $660; N. Holmes, 9 m., $495; small payments, $609.68 1,764 68 

Alexander & Baird, sundry plumbing repairs 132 73 

City of Moose Jaw: light, to Mar. 31, 1918, $1,145.15; power, $430.30; water, $276.80 1,852 25 

Forbes, H. E.: observation gallery, $1,028.40; pigeon holes, $162.50; shelving, $167.25; 

table, $18; general repairs, $641.94 2,018 09 

Carried forward 1,228,814 53 

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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fCderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,228,814 53 

Moose Jaw Public Building— Concluded. 

Frost Bros.: alterations to plumbing, $285; sundry repairs to plumbing, $354.61 639 61 

Hannah, Wm.: 17-195 tons coal, $189.06; carting ashes, $22.50 211 56 

Hub Co., 3 uniforms, $75; Milestone, C. W., 273-39 tons coal, $3,375.06 3,450 06 

Oliver, D., rent of caretaker's quarters, 12 m. to Mar. 20, 1918 300 00 

Plant, F. H.: standard truck, $80; freight, $13.07 93 07 

Care of clock, yr., $75; express, $28.61; 200 lamps, $77.40; repairs, $148.78; stove, $42.10; 

300 lb. feedwater treatment, $33; sundry, $142.03 546 92 

North Battleford Immigration Hall ($219.98)— 

North Battleford Mfg. Co.: 5 tons coal, $35; 16 cds wood, $113.50 148 50 

Light, 12 m., $22.94; rent of site, yr., $1; water, yr. to Mar. 31, $24.04; wood and coal, 

$23.50 • 71 48 

North Battleford Public Building ($2,824.27)— 

Caretaker, B. Dye, yr., $660; light, 12 m., $343.13; water, $280.35 1,283 48 

North Battleford Mfg. Co.: coal, 6 tons at $8, 70-345 at $13.75; partition, $124.75; 4 cds 

wood, $32; sundry, $33.20 1,205 20 

Stephenson Evans & Fillingham, architects, commission of 5 per cent on $235.55 accounts 11 78 
Care of clock, yr., $75; labour, $25.50; 42 lamps, $27.60; repairs, $51.48; wiring for lights, 

$16.35; sundry, $127.88 323 81 

North Portal Immigration Building ($131.42)— 

Waddington, T. R., 16-94 tons coal 113 17 

Coal, 4-852 tons, $17.25; rent, yr., $1 18 25 

Prince Albert Engineer's Office ($1,303.97)— 

Clunie, Robt., repairing planking, building new loading platform, etc 69 15 

Herald Building Co.: light, 12 m., $12; rent, 12 m., $1,200 1,212 00 

Cards and guides, $12.82; repairs, $10 22 82 

Prince Albert Immigration Building ($185.85) — W* 

Prince Albert Fuel Co., 25 cords wood at $6.50 162 50 

Light, 12 m., $14.95; water, $8.40 23 35 

Prince Albert Public Building ($4,967.66)— 

Caretaker, E. Collins, yr., $900; fireman, $360; charwomen, $840 2, 100 00 

Clunie, Robt.: door in mail lobby, $48; fireproof door in basement, $37; 8 screen windows, 

$26 Ill 00 

Electrical Equipment Co. : 362 tungsten lamps 109 25 

Plant, F. H.: mail truck, $55; freight, $22.06 77 06 

Prince Albert Fuel Co., 200 cords seasoned jack pine 1 , 300 00 

Brooms, $16; cabinet, $37.75; cartage, $136.89; light, 12 m., $806.48; repairs, $84.25; 

water, 12 m., $99.28; sundry, $89.70 1,270 35 

Regina Examining Warehouse ($1,487.90)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Gore, yr., $660; light, 12 m., $63.86; water, 12 m., $21.45 745 31 

Whitmore Bros.: coal, 3 tons at $8.75, 30-525 at $10.25, 12045 at $12.50, 5-925 at $14.75; 

6 cords wood, $60 637 06 

Clock, $12; repairs, $82.13; sundry, $11.40 105 53 

Regina Immigration Building ($260.69)— 

City of Regina, service, 9 m. to Dec. 31, light, $20.50, water, $24.30 44 80 

Whitmore Bros., Ltd., coal, 11-5 ton at $9, 12-15 at $9.25 215 89 

Regina Inland Revenue Office ($381.45)— 

Westman, J. A., Agency, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 360 00 

Light, 12 m. to Mar. 6, $6.45; kalsomining, $15 21 45 

Regina, Military District No. 12— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: repairing and enamelling cabinet, $45; freight, etc., $21 . 24 66 24 

Regina Post Office ($11,346.40)— 

Cleaner, Mrs. K. Galger, $515; elevatorman, W. G.Smith, $720; firemen, W. F. Gascoigne, 

$900, J. Malcomson, $779.94 2,914 94 

Bannister, A., repairs, $480.62; Cassidy & Co., 3 storm porches, $150 630 62 

City of Regina: light, 12 m. to Mar. 15, $1,229.81; power, 12 m., $315.13; water, $302.85. . . 1,847 79 

Cushing Bros., 6 cases of pine shelving, stained and varnished 238 00 

Electrical Equipment Co-.: lamps, 1,500 tungstens, $485, 120 nitrogen, $136.80; freight, 

$31 . 78 653 58 

England, F. G., care of clock, 2 yr. to Mar. 31, 1918 200 00 

Nelson & Squelch, painting 96 letter boxes and 18 parcel boxes 146 00 

North Side Carriage Co., 2 trucks, as per tender 174 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 cabinets, $67; 7 chairs, $60; desk, $51.50; stool, $7.25; 3 

tables, $68 . 253. 75 

Ottawa Typewriter Co., combination wardrobe and stationery cabinet 66 00 

Regina Foundry: 440 lb. grates, $61 . 60; repairs to heating, $7.15 68 75 

Western Mfg. Co. : plate glass, $17 . 15; fire partition and door, $130; sundry, $9 . 50 156 65 

Whiteford Bros.: fire pot for boiler, $73.26; 450 lamps, $168; repairs to boiler, $325; 

sundry, $166.65 732 91 

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V— 115 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fe*dfe"raux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1, 253, 968 17 

Regina Post Office — Concluded. 

Whitmore Bros.: coal, 17-7 ton at $9, 51-25 at $12.50, 91-12 at $10.25, 32-33 at $14.75; 

wood, 6 cords at $10 ! 2, 270 72 

Williams & Sons, R. H.: 4 chairs, $16; cleanser, $76.25; desk, $35; sundry, $38.10 165 35 

Wood Hardware Co., 200 lamps, $70; Zimmer, A., cleaning, 4 m., $180 250 00 

Brooms, $23.50; carting ashes, $138; freight, $54.33; 2 desk lamps, $11.30; coal oil, $18.65; 

repairs, $134.11; telephone exhange, y., $35; uniform, $25; wood, $54; sundry, $83.45. . 577 34 

Regina Postal Station A — 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., rent, 4 m. to Mar., $1,080; Sutherland, K. cartage, $3 1,083 00 

Regina Registrar's Office, Military Service ($1,530.06)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 3 card cabinets, $27; 29 transfer cases, $145.65; steel sections, 
6 at $40, 14 at $44, 2 at $49.50; 2 pr. ends, $21; guides and folders, $7.36; express, 
$69 30 1 225 31 

Regina Trading Co., 4 stools, $9, 23 tables, $127; Sutherland, K., cartage, $6 ' 142 00 

Williams, R. H. & Sons: 187 chairs, $159.25; 2 stools, $3.50 ' 162 75 

Regina Weights and Measures Office ($3,550.88) — 

Gordon, A. L., rent of office, April-Oct 700 00 

Potts & Smith: supplying and installing new grate bars, $125.70; repairs, $2.50 128 20 

Whitmore Bros., coal, 2-775 ton at $8, 24-42 at $8.15, 22-2 at $10.25 448 76 

Wilson & Wilson, repairs, alterations and renovations of Old Royal Bank Building 845 27 

Care of office, Nov .-Mar., $296; taxes, 1917, $937.06 1,233 06 

Cork carpet, $24.18; cartage, $17; light, 12 m., $29.26; brass plate, $13; repairs, $33.75; 

27 diamond treads, $54; water, $7.25; sundry, $17. 15 195 59 

Rosthern Experimental Farm ($627.99)— 

Imperial Oil Co., 46-3 gal. oil, $10. 19; Pozer & Son, 17 cords wood, $68 78 19 

Reliance Lumber Co., coal, 2-005 ton at $6.25, 50-84 at $7.75, 10-05 at $14.25 519 80 

Saskatoon Canada Building ($1,439.06)— 

Cassidy & Co., fitting up offices for railway mail service superintendent 80 23 

Imperial Canadian Trust Co., rent: Inland Revenue Office, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $486; Ry. 

Mail Service, 12 m. to April 30, 1918, $829.60 1,315 60 

Lamps, 20, $7.85; light, 12 m., $32.38; repairs, $3 43 23 

Saskatoon Custom House ($4,318.45) — 

City of Saskatoon, light, 12 m., $114.40; Whiteford Bros., 10 lamps, $4.05 118 45 

Thompson, Chester, rent, 12 m. to June 12, 1918 4, 200 00 

Saskatoon Dom. Lands Office ($2,583.50)— 

Cassidy & Co., teller's cage, $175; Hazen-Twiss Ltd., 2 chairs, $8 . 50 183 50 

Wilson Bros., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 2,400 00 

Saskatoon Examining Warehouse ($1,163.18) — 

Canadian City & Town Properties of Saskatoon, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 1, 136 00 

Lamps, 12 nitrogen, $15; light, 12 m., $12.18 27 18 

Saskatoon Immigration Building ($281 . 54) — 

Mackenzie & Thayer, 24-61 ton hard coal 233 79 

Light, 12 m., $28.67; water, 12 m., $19.08 " 47 75 

Saskatoon Post Office ($5, 259 . 44)— 

Caretaker, C. Tupling, y., $983.28; assistance, $1, 145. 17 2, 128 45 

Armstrong, R. J., 26 cord wood, $232.50; Armstrong, Ltd., 10 tons coal, $75 307 50 

City of Saskatoon: cartage of ashes, $38; light, y., $465.18; repairs, $68.50; water, y., 

$59.59 631 27 

Mackenzie & Thayer, coal, 91-775 tons at $9.50, 19-275 at $9.85, 25-175 at $10 1,313 47 

Northern Plumbing Co., repairs to boiler 192 75 

Plant, F. H.: 2 trucks, $137; freight, $31 .50 168 50 

Saskatoon Hardware Co.: brooms, $19.45; paper, $40; sundry, $75.20 134 65 

Whiteford Bros., 300 tungsten lamps 116 90 

Freight and cartage, $20.81; labour, $10; 65 lamps, $25.15; repairs, $188.43; sundry, 

$21.56 265 95 

Saskatoon Weights and Measures Office, Cameron & Johnstone, rent, 12 m. to May 11, 1918 . . 720 00 

Scott Experimental Farm ($347.94)— 

Beaver Lumber Co., coal, 12-26 tons at $8.50, 16-075 at $11.50 289 06 

Town of Scott, light, 12 m. to Mar. 31 58 88 

Sutherland Forest Nursery Station ($955.60)— 

Beaton & Brady: installing jacket heater and repairing pipes, $106.50; repairs to valve 

on water tank, $28.60 135 10 

Sommerfield, P. L. & Co.: coal, 18-5 tons at $8.75, 1-61 at $9, 31-98 at $15; 12| cords 

wood, $101 .06 757 12 

Cabinet, $43. 15; freight, $5.83; 19 window screens, $8.55; sundry, $5.85 63 38 

Swift Current Dom. Lands Office: Galbraith, A., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 1, 292 62 

Swift Current Public Building ($1 , 810 . 02)— 

Rent: Weston Trust Co., April 1-Nov. 20, $804.62; J. A. Yager, Nov. 20 to Mar. 31, 

$655.44 1,460 06 

Lamps, 20, $7.85; light, 12 m., $286 . 90; painting, 25 mail boxes, $35; sundry, $20 . 21 349 96 

Unity Immigration Hall: coal, 14-48 tons at $7; rent of site, y., $1 102 30 

Carried forward 1,284,297 16 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices f6de>aux: Entretien — Suite. 

Brought forward * 1,284,297 16 

Wadena Immigration Hall ($224.15) — 

Dutton Wall Lumber Co., 10-435 tons coal at $8.75 91 40 

Coal, 4-015 tons, $40.15; light, 12 m., $30.60; rent of site, 1917-1918, $2; 10 cords wood 

$60 132 75 

Watrous Public Building: Plant, F. H.: truck, $70; freight, $9.99 79 99 

Weyburn Public Building ($2,251.84)— 

Caretaken, J. Ross, y., $660; care of clock, 2 y. to Mar., 1918, $100 760 00 

( ity of Weyburn: cartage of refuse, $26; light, y., $327.84; water, $102.92 ., 456 76 

Crittenden & Gilchrist: coal, 36-345 tons at $5, 62-4 at $8.50; wood, $10 722 13 

Ross, D., alteration to lights, etc 58 30 

Stewart, J. C: replacing burst section of boiler, $108.75; sundry, $6.95 115 70 

Cartage, $8; 5-175 tons coal, $38.55; 20 lamps, $6: repairs, $35 05; 150 lb. water treat- 
ment, $16.50; sundry, $34.85 138 95 

Wilkie Immigration Building — 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., rent, $1; Reliance Lumber Co., 16 tons coal, $193 194 00 

Yorkton Public Building ($2,529.64)— 

Caretaker, E. Arnsley, y., $660; light, 13 m. to Mar. 31, $537.40; gas, 12 m., $97; water, 

9 m. to Jan. 8, $39.50 1,333 90 

Climax Baler Co.: No. 3 baler, $52.25; 6 bundles wire, $11.40 - 63 65 

Hiltgen, C. S., coal, 6-145 tons at $9, 65-67 at $14 974 68 

Treight and cartage, $7.26; 50 lamps, $17.25; repairs, $48.90; 8 cords wood, $40; sundry, 

$44 157 41 

Saskatchewan Buildings Generally ($737.58) — 

Travel and outlay: J. Jopling, $289.90; W. T. Mollard, $362.90; R. Thomson, $83.96. ... 736 76 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 82 

Athabasca Public Building ($161.30) — 

Athabasca Feed Co., 16-06 tons coal at $5 80 30 

Rent, y. to June 1, 1918, $1; storage on north mail, $30; 5 cords wood, $50 81 00 

Bassano Public Building ($1,201.87)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Bramley, y., $480; Atlas Lumber Co., 42-545 tons coal at $8 820 36 

Light, 12 m., $203.16; 100 mazdas, $37.75; repairs, $44.85; water, 12 m., $40.35; 

water treatment, $16.50; sundry, $38.90 381 51 

Calgary Agriculture Department ($1,503.40) — 

Northwest Commercial Travellers' Association, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 1,500 00 

Light, Mar., May 3 40 

Calgary Blow Building ($13, 169.87)— 

Caretaker, T. Gall, y., $780; rent, T. H. Blow, y., $11,235.64 12,015 64 

Calgary Furniture Stores: 5 shades, $16 . 75; 2 tables, $50 66 75 

Calgary Water Power Co., light, 12 m. to Mar. 31 ' 165 19 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: steel case, $220; 12 sections, $180; pr. ends, $8; freight, $56.85. . 764 85 

Floor oil, $23.50; 17 mazdas, $12.50; repairs, $41.60; sundry, $79.84 157 44 

Calgary, Burn Building: rent, P. Burns & Co., 9 m. to Dec. 31 225 00 

Calgary, Cadogan Block, rent, R. C. Thomas, 12 m. to Mar. 31 600 00 

Calgary Canada Life Building ($8,506.15)— 

Canada Life Assurance Co., rent, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 12 at $540, 3 at $575 8,205 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: guides and folders, $10.35; cabinet sections, 4 at $19.80, 2 at $40; 

sundry, $25.80 195 35 

Chair, $10; desk, $51; light, 12 m., $42.95; sundry, $1.85 105 80 

Calgary Customs Building ($6,176.14)— 

Burn & Hurst: putting in concrete tank, $53; sundry repairs, $174.65 227 65 

Crane-Cassidy Electric Co.: repairs to pumps, motors, etc 69 35 

Cunningham Electric Co.: 15 lamps, $8; electrical repairs, $235.70 243 70 

Marr's Plumbing, Heating and Lighting Co.: rebuilding brick work of arches, etc., 

$96; sundry repairs, $15.60 Ill 60 

Marshall Hardware, Ltd.: 100 ft. cable, $14.35; 2 ash cans, $16; 2 garbage cans, $10; 

soap, $49.50; sundry, $178.85 268 70 

Martin, A. L.: installing temporary pump, $150; repairing electric pumps, $57.80; sundry 

repairs,$70.48 ' 278 28 

Riley, F. R.: coal, 127 tons at $5.45, 190-85 at $6; voucher outstanding, $720.24 2,557 49 

Architect's services, $15.95; 2 cabinets, $68.90; 2 clocks, $25; 17-977 tons coal, $104.52; 
inspection of boilers, $12; light, 12 m., $292.50; power, 12 m., $1,230.86; repairs, 
$126.20; engd. sign, $28.50; wardrobe, $25.50; water treatment, $35; water, 12 m., 
$363.23; wood, $13.25; sundry, $77.96 2,419 37 

Calgary Herald Block Railway Comm. ($1,273.01) — 

City of Calgary, light, 12 m 13 01 

Southam, W. J., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 1,260 00 

Calgary Immigration Building: rent of site, y. to Feb. 28, 1919 10 00 

Calgary, Leeson & Lineham Building ($571.30) — 

Irvine & Co., J. A., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 8 480 00 

Partition, $30.50; sundry repairs, $60.80 91 30 

Cairied forward 1,323,712 40 



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V— 117 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 
Edifices IMeraux: Entreticn— Suite. 



cts. 



Brought forward ' 1 , 323, 712 40 

Calgary, Old Merchants Bank Building — 

Burn & Hurst, repairing roof, etc 85 00 

Three chairs, $18.25; 19 lamps, $7.50; repairs, $37.45; sundry, $7.70 70 90 

Calgary Post Office ($19 , 594 . 59)— 

Burn & Hurst: changing doors at temporary office, $77.35; laying floor in front of wickets, 

etc., $50; sundry repairs, $18.95 146 30 

Calgary Gas Co., gas, 12 m., $1,271.60; Calgary Novelty Co., repairs, $125.85 1,397 45 

Calgary Water Power Co., light, $604.71; Clarke, W., painting mail boxes, $87 691 71 

City of Calgary: light, 12 m., $423.15; taxes, 1913-1917, $7,790.35; water, 12 m., $90.58. 8,304 08 
Cunningham Electric Co.: lamps, 100-w., 48, $43.20, 60-w., 50 at 50c, 75 at 45c; repairs, 

$7.40 109 35 

Geddes & Sharpe, rent of temporary office, 12 m. to Mar. 31 7, 500 00 

Hall Hardware Co.: floor oil, $40.50; sundry supplies, $56.96 97 46 

Marshall Hardware Co.: disinfectant, $30; 63 lamps, $37.10; floor oil, $42.53; sundry, 

$85 . 10 194 73 

Thumm, F. A.: alterations, etc, to heating and lighting 270 00 

Western Planing Mills Co., making and fitting storm sashes, windows and doors, glazing 

broken windows, etc 539 87 

Desk, $22.50; freight, $18.66; 71 lamps, $52.80; repairs, $183.48; sundry, $29.70 307 14 

Legal services, Muir, Jephson, Adams & Brownlee, Calgary 36 50 

Calgary Registrar's Office (Military Service) ($495.45) — 

Calgary Furniture Store: 50-chairs, $50; 18 kitchen tables, $106.80 156 80 

Garden, J. H., repairs, $12.90; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 2 cabinets, $22.20 35 10 

Neilson Furniture Co.: 85 chairs, $79.05; 6 tables, $36 115 05 

Western Planing Mills Co., 29 tables, 6-ft 188 50 

Calgary, Thomas Building ($3,736.20)— 

Thomas, R. C, rent: Forestry, $1,980; Topographical, 12 m., $1,745.40 3,725 40 

Light, 12 m., $9.30; 5 mazdas, $1.50 10 80 

Calgary Weights and Measures Office ($481.24)— 

Rent: E. Costello, April, $30; Nova Scotia Trust Co., May-Mar., $331 .14 361 14 

Cartage, $24.75; 2 chairs, $10.80; desk, $31.50; light, $8.45; repairs, $44.60 120 10 

Calgary Public Buildings, Generally ($5,306.41)— 

Caretaker, E. Pipe, y., $923.32; elevatormen, A. Elfrod, $810, A. McCaull, $765 2,498 32 

Charwoman, Mrs. E. Knott, $420; watchman, I. Arstad, $810; sundry, $549.68 1,779 68 

Cleaners: I. Andrews, Dec. 12-Mar. 31, $273.39, overpaid, $10.76; D. Brown, Jan. 18- 

Mar. 31, $183.87; R. Sceales, $183.87; J. Smith, $6 657 89 

Can. Pac Ry. Co., freight 5 52 

Electrical Equipment Co., tungsten lamps, 40-w., 400 at 30c, 60-w., 200 at 36c, 200 at 

37c, 100-w., 100 at 69c, 25-w., 100 at 30c 365 00 

Castor Immigration Building: coal, 12-615 tons, $46.60; wood, $11 .50 58 10 

Coutts Custom House ($318)— 

City Dray Line, cartage, $12; Goldie & McCulloch Co., safe, $306 318 00 

Coutts Immigration Building: rent, y. to Oct. 1, 1918 1 00 

Edmonton Dom. Lands Office ($7,797.06)— 

Caretaker, J. Duggan, y., $300; light, 12 m., $268.57 568 57 

Pheasey & Batson, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 6,600 00 

Revillon Wholesale Ltd., sundry supplies 7 65 

Steel Equipment Co.: 15 cases at $37, pr. ends, $10; freight, $55.84 620 84 

Edmonton Examining Warehouse: rent, H. D. Johnson, 12 m 4, 200 00 

Edmonton Food Control Office: Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chair, $8.75; desk, $53; folders 

and guides, $10.30; sectional cabinet, $53.25 125 30 

Edmonton Geological Survey Office ($216.06)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 6 chairs, $30; 3 stack bookcase sections, $101.40; vert, cabinet 

and end, $39 .75 171 15 

Drawing board, $17.50; 2 chairs, $2; lettering doors, $7.51; felt, $5; light, $1.90; 2 tables, 

$11 44 91 

Edmonton Immigration Building ($659.74) — 

Crown Coal Co., 17-468 tons coal, $81.05; Dawson Co., 96-1 tons coal at $4.50 513 50 

Light, 12 m. to Mar. 12, $64.01; rent, $1; water, $69.98; wood, $11.25 146 24 

Edmonton National Service Office: McLeod, K. A., rent, 6 m. to Oct. 1, 1917 300 00 

Edmonton Post Office ($13,226.78)— 

Caretakers: W. A. Clark, y., $925; Geo. Hutton, $900 1,825 00 

Asst. caretaker, F. Lovell, $920; cleaner, Geo. Lovell, $860 1,780 00 

Elevatormen: L. Cantara, y., $830; W. E. Hoey, $830; J. Knoles, $830 2,490 00 

Firemen: D. R. Taylor, y., $860; sundry, $440 , 1,300 00 

Burnham-Frith Electric Co.: 356 lamps, $169.65; repairs, $59.86 229 51 

City of Edmonton: light, 12 m. to Mar. 12, $1,396.29; power, $314.80; telephone rentals, 

y., $207.50; water, $107.33 2,025 92 

Connell & Grigg: brooms, $52; sundry, $43.20 95 20 

Crown Coal Co., 45-94 tons coal, $135.53; Dawson Co., 325-85 ton coal at $4.50 1,601 90 

Carried forward 1, 378, 504 98 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ eta. 

Edifices fCdCraux: Entretien — Suite. 
Brought forward .1,378,504 98 

Edmonton Post Office — Concluded. 

Jackson Bros., care of clock, 2 y. to Mar. 31, 1918 200 00 

Killips, A.: glazing, $10: new doors and panelwork, $900.50; repairs, $31; shelving in 

vault, $38.50 980 00 

McArthur, W. C, repairs to brickwork, etc., $426, less $400 paid in 1916-17 26 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: section with ends, $55; freight, $6.86 61 86 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: installing new cables, $75. 17; sundry repairs, $18 93 17 

Rutherford & Son: floor oil, $12; paper, $42; sundry, $53. 10 107 10 

Steel Equipment Co.: 2 cabinets and pr. ends, $84; freight, $11.13 95 13 

Freight, $11.02; glass, $44.25; heater, $7.13; installing trap in sewer, $65; repairs, $48.93; 
rope, $11.20; rubber strips for revolving doors, $40; rug, $50; wood, $9; sundry, 
$29.46 315 99 

Edmonton Weights and Measures Office, lettering door 2 45 

Edmonton Public Buildings, Generally — 

Electrical Equipment Co.: lamps, 600 mazda, $222, 100-w nitrogen, 50 at $1.16; freight, 

$17.64 297 64 

Edson Immigration Building ($186.90) — 

Dawson Coal Co., 14-93 tons coal, $120.90; McPherson, M., 12 cds. wood, $66 186 90 

Entwistle Immigration Building ($90.85) — 

Dawson Co., 15-28 tons coal, $87.85- Village of Entwistle, rent, y., $3 90 85 

Entwistle Post Office: Robinson, H. E., 6 cords wood 21 00 

Falher Immigration Building ($664.75) — 

Gravel, Eug., rent, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1918 550 00 

Coal oil, 5 gal., $2.25; 25 cords wood, $112.50 114 75 

Grande Prairie Dominion Lands Office ($247.20)— 

Fletcher & McLean, rent, y., $240; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., stool, etc., $7.20 247 20 

Grande Prairie Immigration Building ($573.75) — 

Dunlop, G. M.,4-27 tons coal, $27.75; Kitchen, G., 12-68 tons coal, $91 118 75 

Patterson, J. O., rent, 7 m. to Oct. 31 455 00 

Grouard Immigration Building ($225) — 

Giroux, J. O., rent, April-Dec, 1917 225 00 

High Prairie Dom. Lands Office ($763.95)— 

McAllister, C. B., rent, April-Dec, 1917 540 00 

Ramsey, Jas.: 5 gal. o'cedar oil, $15; 3 screen doors, $9.60; rug, $34; sundry, $46.55. . . . 105 15 

Coal, 15 tons, including freight and unloading 118 80 

Lacombe Experimental Farm ($1,512.55) — 

Day, H. A.: coal, 48-375 tons at $-1.50, 20-838 at $6, 93-075 at $8.25; wood, $14 1, 124 51 

Light, 12 m., $275.04; water, $33.50; wood, $79.50 388 04 

Lamont Forestry Office ($135.34)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chair, $16; steel section, $55; freight, $9.52 80 52 

Steel Equipment Co.: four-dr. cabinet, $48; freight, $6.82 54 82 

Lethbridge Dom. Lands Office ($1,091.20)— 

Caretaker, W. C. Norman, y., $600; natural gas, 9 m. to Dec, $167.50 767 50 

Electric light, 9 m. to Dec, $74.30; water, $75 149 30 

City cartage Co., 12 tons coal, $66.30; Marnoch, J. & W., repairs, $104.30 170 60 

Handles for fyle cabinets, $1 .80; writing sign, $2 3 80 

Lethbridge Experimental Farm ($436 . 70)— 

Can. Pac Ry. Co.: coal, 28 tons at $4.60, 12 at $4.75, 22 at $4.85; switching, $8.60 301 10 

Lamps, 50 at 60c; light, 15 m. to Dec 31, 1917, $105.60 135 60 

Lethbridge Immigration Building ($314.75) — 

Gas, $189; 12 lamps, $5.40; light, 12 m., $20.35; water, 12 m., $100 314 75 

Lethbridge Post Office ($13,042.77)— 

Caretaker, W. Sloan, y., $900; engineer, $675; cleaners, $1,560; elevatorman, J. Green, 

$720; fireman, J. Bissett, $780 4, 635 00 

Carver, E. E.: supervision of construction and supplies, 2| p.c on $4,824.32 accounts, 

$120.60; sundry, $1 121 60 

City Cartage Co.: cartage, $70.75; 393 tons coal, $2,039.75; wood, $3.50 2,114 00 

City of Lethbridge: light, 12 m. to Mar. 22, $610.20; power, 13 m. to Mar. 22, $417.15; 

water, 12 m., $140.70, 1, 168 05 

Hayr Hardware Co.: hose, $9.75; floor oil, $23.75; truck, $20; sundry, $5.65; apparently 

overpaid, $9.75 68 90 

Holt, W. H., repairs, $227.74; Roosa, L. A. H., expenses due to injuries from falling door, 

$57.25 284 99 

Marnoch, J. & W.: 4 door checks, 3 doors, and portable storm porch, $355; repairs to 
windows and doors, $1,231.44; repairs to 2 trucks, $31.30; dumb-waiter, including 
cutting through cement floors, and widening of doors, $1,953.35; sundry repairs, 

$199.20 3,770 29 

Rock Spring Coal Co.: 32-75 tons coal, $139.19; freight, etc., $27.48 166 67 

Roy Electric Co.: 200 lamps, $78.48; sundry repairs, $121.90 . # . 200 38 

Walker & Holberton: sundry repairs to plumbing, $138.36; supplying and installing ci. 

section for boiler, $165 303 36 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ c ts. 
Edifices ftderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1 , 399, 781 50 

Lethbridge Post Office— Concluded. 

Cloth, $41.20; freight, $10.38; repairs, $59.75; new tires for truck, $22; water treatment, 

$27.50; sundry, $48.70 209 53 

Macleod Custom House ($355.91)— 

Legal representatives of the late M. C. Maclean, gas fittings and shades 89 22 

Heating gas, 12 m., $120.05; inspection of building, $25.65; electric light, 12 m., $48.99; 

repairs, $41; water, $31 266 69 

Medicine Hat Immigration Hall ($310.88)— 

Huckvale & Hooper, rent, 12 m. to Mar 286 00 

Light, $14.71; water, $10.17 24 88 

Medicine Hat Public Building ($4,519.34)— 

Caretaker, J. Covey, y., $720; engineer, T. Tyler, $900 1, 620 00 

Bell Hardware Co.: brooms, $17.75; floor oil, $15; sundry, $69.55 102 30 

Marsh & Scott: enlarging ash-pit, $30; plumbing and heating, $632.85; sundry, $30.85. . 693 70 

Steel Equipment Co.: 3 cabinets, $111; pr. ends, $10; freight, $12.99 133 99 

Turner, S., alterations and repairs to fittings, etc 810 80 

Heating gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $437.84; electric light, 13 m., $499.60; water, 12 m., $122.04 1,059 48 

Freight, $11 .17; installing lights, $42; 21| yd. linoleum laid, $38.10; repairs, $7.80 99 07 

Peace River Immigration Building — 

Coal, 4-6 ton at $9; wood, $6 47 40 

Peace River Crossing Public Buildings ($1,418.50)— 

Frederick', C. W., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 235 00 

George & Stewart, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 720 00 

Stewart Coal Co., coal, 20 ton at $8 .50, 20 at $9 350 00 

Coal, 15 ton at $4; 2 heaters, $53.50 113 50 

Pincher Creek Forestry Office ($360)— 

Fraser McRoberts Co., rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 360 00 

Red Deer Dominion Lands Office ($1,406.57)— 

Caretaker: L. Grossith, April 1-15, $32.50; Sergt. McEwen, April 16-Mar. 31, $747.50. ... 780 00 

Day Hardware Co.: alterations to plumbing and heating, $128.87; sundry, $30.75 159 62 

Hewson & Sons, 60 ton coal at $5.50, 5 at $6 360 00 

Cartage, $4.50; 60 lamps, $28; light, 12 m., $35.45; water, 12 m., $29; wood, $10 106 95 

Rocky Mountain House Forestry Office ($501.70)— 

Green, Mrs. M. C, rent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 300 00 

Clock, $14; coal, $7; desk, $40; vert, file section, $75; filing section and pr. ends, $52.70; 

wood, $13 201 7o 

Spirit River Immigration Hall ($151.25) — 

Reid, Ed., 25 cords wood at $5 125 00 

Coal oil, $2.25; wood, $24 26 25 

Strathcona Public Building ($3,377.31) — 

Caretaker: Henry Rickard, April, $75; J. Shields, 11 m., $825 900 00 

City of Edmonton: light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, $215.94; water, $27.43 243 37 

Great West Coal Co., 124-58 ton coal at $5 622 90 

South Side Metal Works: additions to heating, plumbing, etc., $860; less $65.88 for work 

not done '. 794 12 

Stoller, W. G., new tile floor, concrete platform, raising chimney, etc 500 00 

Care of clock, y., $75; 4-46 ton coal, $22.32; 40 tungsten lamps, $25.84; 8 nitro. lamps, 

$25.36; painting mail boxes, $75; repairs, $19.50; sundry, $73.90 316 92 

Suffield Post Office: Plant, F. H.: truck, $55; freight, $24.98 79 98 

Vermilion Immigration Hall ($198.08)— 

Alberta Western Lumber Co., 8 ton coal, $70; Can. Nor. Ry., freight, $2.08 72 08 

Cavil, J. S., 22 cords wood 126 00 

Vermilion Public Building ($328.75)— 

Alberta Western Lumber Co., 25 ton coal, $218.75; Snape, A., 20 cords wood, $110 328 75 

Viking Immigration Hall: 12 ton coal, $69; rent, y. to Feb. 16, 1919, $1; 2 cords wood, $14. ... 84 00 

Wainwright Immigration Hall: 9-15 ton coal, $56.52; 2 loads wood, $12 68 52 

Wetaskiwin Public Building ($3,177.57)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Grabham, y., $660; Bayliss, G. H., 65 ton coal, $435.50 1,095 50 

City Plumbing Store: installing new h.w. boiler, new radiator, etc., $1,171.80; repairing 

plaster and wood work, $217; plumbing, $31 .75 1,420 55 

Climax Baler Co.: No. 3 baler, $47.50; wire, etc., $12.90; freight, etc., $10.01 70 41 

Pheasey & Batson, replacing windows and doors, as tendered 165 00 

Town of Wetaskiwin: light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $195.34; water, 12 m., $48.27 243 61 

Hose, $9.50; 50 lamps, $22.85; floor oil, $10; repairs, $72.25; water treatment, $16.50; 

4 cords wood, $13; sundry, $38.40 182 50 

Alberta Public Buildings Generally: Mollard, W. T., travel 53 00 

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/ 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices fCderaux: Entretien — Suite. 

Brought forward 1,416,429 79 

Agassiz Experimental Farm ($953.37)— 

Teamsters at 25c. per h., $116.75; labourers at 25c. per h., $326.75, at 22£c per h., $146.02, 

at 20c. per h., $39.60 629 12 

C.P.R., freight on coal, $17.60; Dickinson & Bucherfield, coal, 30-52 ton at $7.50 246 50 

Evans, Coleman & Evans, coal, 4 ton at $11, 3 ton at $11.25 77 75 

Alberni Public Building, rent, y. to Mar. 31, 1918 80 00 

Ashcroft Public Building ($1,452.68)— 

Caretaker, J. D. Mitchell, Dec. 7, 1917-Mar. 31, 1918 314 50 

Ashcroft Water, Electric and Improvement Co.: light, Jan. 1917, Aug.-Mar., $204.40; i*i 

water, Aug.-Mar., $53.30 257 70 

Haddock, Jas., coal, 28-56 ton at $10.50, sundry, $2.50 302 38 

Horsman, E. B. & Son: 200 tungsten lamps, $67.76; express, $1 .23 68 99 

Hunt, Edward: carpenter work, 195^ h. at 55c, 90 h. at 75c; screen to ceiling, $50; sundries, 

$75.34 300 37 

Small payments: hardware, etc., $60.25; furniture, $64.61; rent of m'ail room, April, 

1917, $25; sundries, $58.88 208 74 

Atlin Public Building ($410)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Fraser, y. to April 1, 1918 150 00 

Marshall, J., 15 cords wood, at $8.50; McDonald, M. J., gasolene, 8 cases at $9, sundry, 

$8.75 208 25 

Small payments: hardware, etc., $29.50; sundries, $22.25 51 75 

Banff, painting letter boxes 5 00 

Cedarvale, painting letter box 2 74 

Chase Public Building ($169.73)— 

Aylmer, F. W.: coal, 10-827 ton at $10; cartage and weighing, $8.66 116 93 

Small payments: rent of telephone, y. to April 1, 1918, $30; water, y., $12; electric light, 

y., $10.80 52 80 

Chilliwack Public Building ($1,095.69)— 

Caretaker, Sam. Mellard: 12 m., $600; outlay, $7.80 607 8() 

Electric light, y., $75.97; water, y., $36 Ill 97 

Malott, J., coal, 31-85 ton at $9. 50 302 57 

Small payments: connecting with city sewers, $45; sundry, $28 .35 73 3J> 

Comox Public Building ($452.46)— 

Caretaker, C. C. Piercy: y., $240; outlay, $20.50 260 50 

Ball, A. B.: coal oil, 9 cases at $3.25, 3 at $3.50; sundries, $44.71 84 46 

Courtenay Saw Mill, coal, 10 ton at $8.25 82 5o 

Small payments: keg water treatment, $16.50; wood, 2 loads, $8.50 25 0o 

Cranbrook Public Building ($2,096.51)— 

Caretaker, S. Fyles: 12 m., $810; outlay, $5 815 00 

City Transfer Co.: 72-795 ton coal at $6.70; carting ashes, $23.05; sand, $1.90 512 73 

Raworth Bros.: care of clock, 1917, $50; repairs, $5.50 55 50 

Hardware, $57.70; electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $412.11; painting, $18; repairs, $15; 

water, 12 m., $79.22; wood, 8 cords, $40; sundry, $91.25 713 28 

Cumberland Public Building ($1,221.79)— 

Caretaker, T. Cook, 12 m.. $649.92; light, 12 m., $194.16; water, $60 904 08 

Canadian Colleries.^ 27f ton coal, $159.56; Hunt, Ed., repairs, $81 240 56 

Sundry supplies, etc 77 15 

Douglas Public Building — 

Lamps, $2.20; light, $4; rent, 4 m. to Oct. 1, $15; wood, $24..-. '. . . 45 20 

Duncan Public Building ($1 , 708 .97)— 

Caretaker, F. J. Wilmot, 12 m., $840; care of clock, 15 m., $62 .50 902 50 

Duncan Coal Co. 50-05 ton coal at $8 400 38 

Cartage, $57.50: light, 12 m., $259.19; water, $30; sundry, $59.40 406 09 

Fernie Public Building ($1,559.31) — 

Caretaker, R. H. McEwan, 12 m., $840; light, 12 m., $149.75; water, $49.05 1,038 80 

Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., 56 ton coal at $5.25; Trites-Wood Co., furniture, $80.74 374 74 

Cartage, $28; painting mail boxes, $20; sundry, $97.77 145 77 

Grand Forks Public Building ($1,970.62)— 

Caretaker, N. Taylor, 12 m., $780; care of clock, 18 m. to Mar. 31, $75 855 00 

Clark, G. D.: labour, $92; 5 squares roofing, $18.75; 5 brl. tar, $62.50; sundry, $15.30 188 55 

Grand Forks Transfer Co., 55-45 ton coal at $8.50 471 32 

' Scott Bros.: 6-73 ton coal at $7.75; wood, $30; removing ashes, $17 99 13 

Light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $189.40; water, $60; sundry, $107.22 356 62 

Greenwood Public Building ($1,445.27)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Swayne, 12 m., $600; care of clock, 15 m., $62.50 662 50 

McKee, H.: coal, 17-905 ton at $10, 10-76 at $9.75, 3-015 at $9.50; wood, $22.50 335 10 

Electric light, 12 m., $263.72; repairs, $22.10; water, $72; sundry, $89.85 447 67 

Hope Railway Station: truck, $50; freight, $34.56 84 56 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices lMeraux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward , 1,431, 183 69 

Kamloops, Acadia Building ($5,667.89)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Taylor: 12 m., $720; outlay, $11 731 00 

Gordon, J. L.: 9 net curtains and 3 roller blinds .^ 65 35 

Independent Securities, Ltd.: 2 pieces plate glass, $55; rent, engineer's office, 13 m. to Jan. 

31, $648.05, Dom. Lands, 5 m. to Aug. 31, $625, Forestry, 12 m. to Jan. 15, $1,080. . . 2,408 05 

Kamloops Building Syndicate, rent of Dom. Lands Office, 7 m. to Mar. 31 875 00 

McGregor, A., adjusting flag staff and sundry repairs to building 571 76 

Northern Transfer Co., 36-947 ton coal at $8.20 302 96 

Steel Equipment Co.: 3 cabinets, $111; pr. ends, $10; freight, $14.89 135 89 

Light, 12 m., $393.86; painting mail boxes, $28.50; water, $26; wood, $28.50; sundry, 

$101 .02 577 88 

Kamloops Temporary Post Office: Smith, J. F., rent, 6 m. to Mar. 31 700 00 

Ladysmith Public Building ($819.01) — 

Caretaker, R. Bell, 12 m., $600; light, 12 m., $49 . 06 ; water, $24 673 06 

Ladysmith Transfer, 14 ton coal at $6 . 50 91 00 

Painting letter boxes, $15; water treatment, $16.50; sundry, $23 .45 54 95 

Mission City, cutting down weeds 4 00 

Mountain Division, painting mail boxes 3 75 

Nanaimo Public Building ($2,944.62)— 

Caretaker, J. Stewart, y., $780; asst. caretaker, M. Smith, y., $665 1,445 00 

Electric light, y. to April 1, 1918, $399.35; gas supplied, $178.93; water, $36 614 28 

Brown, Joseph M., care of clock, 15 m. to April 1, 1918 62 50 

Side Carriage Works, truck, $76; Nott, R. J. Co., repairs to heating plant, $120 196 00 

Vancouver-Nanaimo Coal Mining Co.: coal, 16 ton at $4.50; hauling, 16 ton at $1 .50 96 00 

Weeks, H. H.: coal, 42| ton at $4.75, 8 ton at $4.50; teaming, 42£ ton at $1, 8 ton at 

$1.25 290 37 

Small payments: painting letter boxes, $32.50; furniture, $26; truck, $26; wood, 3 loads, 

$18; tank, $16; sundries, $121 .97 240 47 

Nelson Engineer's Office ($708)— 

Annable, John E., rent of office, y. to April 13, 1918 600 00 

B.C. Telephone Co.: exchange service, 2 telephones, 12 m. to June 30, 1918 108 00 

Nelson Public Building ($2,971.81) — 

Caretaker, J. E. Goulding, y. to April 1, 1918, $780, outlay, $5 785 00 

Burns, John & Son: rehanging main doors, $20; sundries, $117.70 137 70 

Macdonald Cartage & Fuel Co.: coal, 82-555 tonat $8.50, 12 ton at $7.25; wood, 2 ricks, $5 793 72 
Nelson City: electric light, y. to April 1, 1918, $582.28; water, $72; scavenging, $36; gas 

supplied, $81 .65; 2 doz. gas mantles, $6 777 93 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: desk, $46; cupboard sections, $24.50; No. 115 locked section, 

$22.50; sundries, $52.24 145 24 

Wood, Vallance Hardware Co., sundry hardware, etc 61 25 

Small payments: 20 lamps, $32.88, 200, $75.08; painting p.o. boxes, $35; sundries, $128.01 . . 270 97 
Nelson Taxation Office ($161)— 

Rust, H. W.: desk and chair, $40; table, $25; cabinet, $13 .50; stand, $2 80 50 

Small payments: rug, $47.50; office table, $14; 5 arm chairs, $16.50; table, $2.50 80 50 

New Westminster, Indian and Fisheries Office ($1,642.41) — 

Caretaker, A. H. Oakley, 6 m. at $50, 6 m. at $70 720 00 

Electric light, y. to 'April 1, 1918, $56.27; water, y., $40.10 96 37 

Mayers, Joseph, coal, 16 ton at $8.50; The Merchants, Ltd., wilton rug, $70, sundry, 

$5.83 211 83 

McMillan, D. A., decorating outside and inside of building 315 00 

Moulton, C: 6 pendant shades, $30; labour, 53 h. at 75c; sundries, $72.05 141 80 

Coal, 4-087 tons, $28.61; keg water treatment, $22; wood, 4 cd., $17; sundries, $89.80.. . . 157 41 
New Westminster Public Building ($5,597.70)— 

Caretakers: L. Thomber, Apr., $70; Chas. Purvis, May 4-Mar. 31, $763.22 833 22 

Elevatorman, $924; cleaner, $875 1, 799 00 

Electric light, y., to Apr. 1, 1918, $546.29; water, y., $65.24; power, Feb. 17, 1917-Mar. 31, 

1918, $455.50; telephone exchange service, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $180 1,247 03 

Belyea & Co., millwood, 25 cds. at $4.25; Gilley Bros., coal, 15-74 tons at $7 216 42 

Burr, W. R.; desk, $63.50; filing cabinet, $51; sundry, $3.25 117 75 

Handcock, W. A., painting 48 letter boxes and 8 parcel receptacles 123 00 

Kirk, W. T., paint, oil, etc., $75.51; Lawson Elevator Co., repairs, $52.50 128 01 

Mayers, Joseph, coal, 60 tons lump at $8.50, 6 tons slack, at $4.75 538 50 

Sloan & Harrison: 22 yds. linoleum, $52; sundry, $4.95 56 95 

Speck, Geo. R., smithwork, etc., $58.05; Trapp, T. J. & Co., hardware, etc., $54.45 112 50 

Spring & Sibley: drain, $171; boiler, $34.75; sundries, $72.20 277 95 

Small payments: removing ashes, $27.75; border carpet, 25^ yds., $22.80; sundries, 

$96.82 147 37 

Carried forward 1,452,403 88 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices federaiu: Entretlen— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,452,403 88 

North Vancouver Public Building ($1,394.12) — 

Caretaker, Jas. Murray, y., $900; electric light, y. to Mar. 12, 1918, $124.42 1,024 42 

Lonsdale Coal & Supply Co.: coal, 25 tons lump at $8, 15 tons slack at $4 260 00 

Small payments: painting 30 p.o. boxes and 3 receptacles, $40.35; hardware, $30 75- 

plumbing, $25 30; water, y. to June 30, 1918, $10.80; sundry, $2.50 109 70 

Ocean Falls Customs Office: Ahern Safe Co., No. 131 safe 220 00 

Pacific Highway ($195.55)— 

B. C. Electric Ry. Co., light y. to Mar. 1, 1918 84 92 

Carncross, C. A.: coal, 4-62 tons at $9; cartage, $16 B 57 58 

Small payments: wood, 15 ricks, $30; sundries, $23.05 53 O5 

Penticton Customs Office: Goldie & McCulloch Co., safe No. 713 ....!........ 345 24 

Port Alberni Public Building ($1,160.36) — 

Caretaker, R. Venables, y., $600; care of clock, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $54. 16 654 16 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 1 ,1918, $114.31; water, 15 m. to Mar. 28, 1918, $28.89 143 20 

Pioneer Feed, Coal & Oil Co., coal, 19.66 tons at $9, 12-32 tons at $6 250 85 

Small payments: opening and repairing safe, $27.80; repairs to drains, $30; sundries, 

$54.35 112 15 

Prince George: painting 2 letter boxes '. , 4 00 

Prince Rupert Detention Hospital ($223.55) — 

Prince Rupert Coal Co.: coal, 13-79 tons at $11.50, 2-275 tons at $10.50, 2-085 tons at $10. 203 35 

Rent, 12 m. to Nov. 20, 1918, $5; water, 12 m. to Mar., $15.20 20 20 

Prince Rupert Examining Warehouse: J. H. Thompson, rent, Oct. 1-Mar. 31 600 00 

Prince Rupert, Inspector of Fisheries Office: R. L. Newman, rent, June 23, 1917-Mar. 3i, 1918. 463 33 

Prince Rupert Public Buildings ($8,814.30)— 

Janitor, A. B. Evans, y. to Mar. 31, 1918 60 00 

Electric lighting, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $718.41; power, $127.86; telephone rent, y. to June 

30, 1918, $104 f 950 27 

Kaien Hardware Co.: 20 gals, floor oil, $20; sundries, $64.95 84 95 

Northern B. C. Development Co.: rent of office of examiner of masters and mates, y. to 
Apr. 1, 1918, $300; Steamship Inspector's Office, Oct. 1-Mar. 31, $102., main office, y. 

to Apr. 1, 1918, $6,480 6,882 00 

Parkin & Ward Electric Company: attending pump, Apr.-Feb., 11 m., $55; installing 

drop lights, $20.80; sundries, $108.90 184 70 

Shockley, E. H.: labour, $39.37; materials, $28.38 67 75 

Tite, Geo. D.: cork carpet, 27£ yds., $55; locker, $72.50; desk, $52; cabinet, $45; sundries, 

$152 376 50 

Small payments: painting letter boxes, $25; Union Jacks & bunting, $33.65; mending flags 

$44.50; coal, $21 .39; counter and cupboard, $24; sundries, $59.59 208 13 

Princeton Public Building: Goldie & McCulloch, safe, $338; Princeton Livery Stable, cartage, 

$10 • 348 00 

Revelstoke Public Building ($1,246.51) — 

Canadian Bank of Commerce: rent of chief fire ranger's office, and Dominion Land's 

Office, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 1,201 51 

Whitby, Walter, painting letter boxes '. 45 00 

Rossland Public Building ($1,917.90) — 

Caretaker, H. McQuade, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $600; cleaning offices, 9 m. $90 690 00 

McGillivray Creek Coal & Coke Co., coal, 10-56 tons at $6.50 68 65 

Plester Cartage & Livery Co. : coal, 60 tons at $8 . 75, 7 • 137 tons at $9 . 25; cartage, $21 .50. 612 50 
Rossland City: electric light, y. to Mar. 31, 1918, $312.40; water, $83.73; electrical repairs, 

B $3.85 399 98 

Small payments: painting street letter boxes, $25; wood, $19; sundries, $102.77 146 77 

Salmon Arm Public Building ($112) — 

Bank of Hamilton, rent, 9 m. to Nov. 30, 1917 108 00 

Day, James, painting letter boxes 4 00 

Sicamous: painting mail boxes.. '. 9 75 

Sidney Experimental Farm ($415.74)— 

B. C. Electric Ry. Co., electric light, y. to Feb. 1, 1918 127 44 

Mackay & Gillespie: lump coal, 10 tons at $10.40, 2 tons at $6.90; freight and sacks, $8. . 125 80 

Sidney Coal & Wood Yard, millwood, 50 loads at $3.25 162 50 

Sidney Public Buildings: cartage and freight 35 60 

Union Bay Public Building ($530.14)— 

Caretaker F. Brown, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 240 00 

Canadian Collieries Ltd.: coal, 20 tons at $5.50; electric light, 13 m. to Mar. 26, 1918, 

$102 .09 212 09 

Small payments: wood, 16 Ids., $48; hardware, $26.45; brooms, $3.60 78 05 

Vancouver, Office of Superintendent of Dredging ($1,335)— 

B. C. Telephone Co., exchange service, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 243 00 

Brooks-Corning Co., stand, $7.50; Modern Office Supply Co., steel cabinet, $60 67 50 

Spencer, D., cork carpet, 83 yds. at $1.50; Birks, & Sons, rent, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $900 1,024 50 

Carried forward 1,471,774 97 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices f£deram: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,471,774 97 

Vancouver Block, Military Service Offices ($1,329.69)— 

Baxter & Wright: chairs, 86 at $1.05, 6 at $1.20, 6 at $1.75; 4 stools, $6 114 00 

Brooks-Corning Co.: steel filing cabinets, 2, $49, 2, $90; 6 typewriter desks, $54; transfer 

cases, 8, $44, 8, $30; sundries, $15.40 282 40 

Dixon & Murray; tables, 54 at $5, 9 at $6.50, 1 at $9.50; 3 chairs, $30; carpenter work, 

41 h. at 75c.; sundries, $46.80 445 55 

Modern Office Supply Co., 6 filing cabinets and 1 pr. panels 225 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 4 vertical cabinets, $120; 3 vertical sections, $82.50; sundries, 

$55.24 257 74 

Small payments, cartage 5 00 

Vancouver Empire Building ($408.14)— 

B. C. Electric Ry. Co., light, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 8 14 

Brown, Julius A., rent, 10 m. to Feb. 1, 1918 400 00 

Vancouver Examining Warehouse ($12,798.75) — 

Caretaker, T. A. Robson, y., $1,020; engineer, A. M. Scott, y., $1,320 '.. 2,340 00 

Elevatormen at $900 for y., $3, 600; cleaners at $900 per y., $2, 700 6, 300 00 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $262.07; power, 13 m. to Apr. 1, 1918, $741; water, y. to 

Mar. 4, 1918, $163.55 1,166 62 

Albion Window & Vacuum Cleaning Co., cleaning windows 4 times during year 102 00 

Dixon & Murray: repairs, $197.99; 2 tables, $21 .55 219 54 

Gawne & Daley, stove, &c, $91.70; Horsman & Son, 200 lamps, $67.76 159 46 

Harrison & Lamond: double benches and new tables fitted with water, gas and steam 

systems ' 220 73 

Kirk & Company: coal, 131-239 tons lump at $7.75, 125-184 tons slack at $3.75 1,486 47 

Lawson Elevator Co.: 2 new counterweight ropes on elevators, $149.50; sundries, $35.10. 184 60 

McNeill, Welsh & Wilson, lump coal, 17.427 tons at $6.75; Terry berry, J., scavenging, 

$120 237 65 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: hoisting cable, 180 ft. at 30c, 180 ft. at 15c; sundries, $7.90. 88 90 

Small payments: sweeping compound, 1,854 lb., $41.67; box soft soap, $32.40; sundries, 

$218.71 292 78 

Vancouver Fisheries Inspector's Office: Hood Bros., rent, Apr. 1-May 15, 1917 33 00 

Vancouver Immigration Buildings ($2,836.86) — 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $742.36; power, 13 m. to Apr. 1, 1918, $351; gas supplied, 

y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $421.19; water, Mar. 22, 1917-Mar. 7, 1918, $208.40 1, 722 95 

Union Oil Co. of California: fuel oil, 163-23 bbl. at $1.84|, 47-94 at $1.84, 291-13 at $1-82|, 

60-64 at $1.52| 1,013 11 

Small payments: coal, 4 tons, $31.50; cotton waste, 200 lb., $26; rent of site for fumigating 

plant, $24; sundries, $19.30 100 80 

Vancouver, Molson's Bank Bldg. (Taxation Office) ($634)— 

Dixon & Murray: counter, 35 ft. long, $195; 8 ft. double standing desks, 2, $154; safe, $65; 

counter screen, $32; settee, $24; shelving, $27.50; 3 tables, $21; sundries, $15.50 534 00 

Molson's Bank, rent of offices, Feb.-Mar., 1918 100 00 

Vancouver Postal Station "A" ($3,558.53) — 

Can. Pac Ry. Co., rent of building, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 3,079 28 

Dixon & Murray: laying sleepers and floor and putting up partitons, $375; repairs to trucks, 

• $69.80; sundries, $22.35 * 467 15 

Small payments: 10 chairs, $10.50; sweeping compound, $1.60 12 10 

Vancouver Postal Station "B" ($11,695.81) — 

Caretaker, J. Robinson, y., $1,020; cleaner, S. Marsh, y., $900 1,920 00 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $337.16; water, Mar. 31, 1917-Mar. 6, 1918, $63.90 401 06 

Brooks-Corning Co., 2 book cases, $60; Duke's Grocery, supplies, $54.54 114 54 

Hanneton, Mrs. Robt., rent of buil ding, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 '. 7,200 00 

Harrison & Lamond: removal of departments to McArthur Bldg., $1,368.21; removing 

safe from "C" to "B", $41.62 1,409 83 

Kirk & Co., coal, 52-387 tons at $7.75; Terryberry, John, scavenging, 12 m., $120 526 00 

Small payments: coal. 3-185 tons, $21.50; sundries, $102.88 124 38 

Vancouver Postal Stations "C" ($1,810.55)— 

Caretaker, R. Forgie, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $1,020; care of clock, Chant & Sons, Dec. 1, 1916- 

Mar. 12, 1918, $66.65 1,086 65 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $101.01; water, Mar. 7, 1917-Mar. 18, 1918, $27.25 128 26 

Kirk & Co., coal, 54-602 tons lump at $7.75, 14-98 tons slack at $3.75 479 34 

Small payments: soft soap, $27; sweeping compound, 1,060 lb., $24.40; sundries, $64.90 116 30 

Vancouver Old Post Office ($4,396.17)— 

Cleaners: M. Churchill, Apr.-Jan., $750, gratuity for time lost through illness, 1916, $70; 

J. Creighton, Dec-Mar., $300; H. C. Taylor, Apr.-Nov., Feb.-Mar., $750 1,870 00 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $159.24; gas, y. to Apr. 13, 1918, $16.34; water, y. to Mar. 

6, 1918, $51.50 227 08 

Barr & Anderson, plumbing, $91.25; Kirk & Co., coal, 87-077 tons at $7.75, 3-4 at $3.75.. . . 778 85 

Dixon & Murray, repairs, $311.04; Gawne & Daly, repairs, $217.74 528 78 

McNeill, Welsh & Wilson, coal, 11-875 tons at $7; Terryberry, John, scavenging, y., $120 203 13 

Carried forward 1,510,488 14 



V— 124 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Edifices flderaux: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1,510,488 14 

Vancouver Old Post Office — Concluded. 

Palmer, T. C: kalsomining offices, $96; plastering walls, $21.50 117 50 

Weeks & Co.: labour, 87 h. at $1, 18 h. at 85c., 16 h. at 60c; pressure regulator, $25.75; 

Bundries, $8S.64 226 29 

Steel Equipment Co.: cabinets, 1 at $48, 2 at $37; freight, $21.41; pr. end panels, $10 153 41 

Small payments: repairs to slate roof, $48; cleaning and painting gates and grills, $45; 

cleaning windows, $32; bbl. soft soap, $25; electrical supplies, $31.93; sundries, $109.20 291 13 

Vancouver Public Building ($25,350.68)— 

Caretaker, A. J, Chisholm, v., $1,020; engineer, D. Inches, y., $1,320 2,340 00 

Assistant caretaker, J. C. Hudson, y., $969; night-watchman, J. Dunsmuir, $840 1,800 00 

Blevatormen, 2, $1,809; constable, $S10; cleaners, $7,170 9,780 00 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $2,588.71; power, $450; water, y. to Mar. 4, 1918, $146.85. . 3, 185 56 

Birks, Henry & Sons,: care of clock, y. to Dec. 31, 1917, $50; repairs to clock, $3.59 53 59 

B. C. Telephone Co., exchanga service, v., less Jan., $60. .50; Clarke & Stuart Co., 13 cases 

toilet paper, $156 216 50 

Brooks-Corning Co.: cabinet,$32; 2 desks, $43, $29; 6 filing eases, $22.59; 2 chairs, $20; 2 

letter sections with base and top, $57.50; sundries, $5.10 242 10 

Cartwright, A.: cleaning windows, $100; 1 doz. bottles polish, $6 105 00 

Dixon & Murray: carpenters, time, $1,252.75; helpers, §59; fitting tires on wheels, 11 at 

$2.50, 8 at $3; cupboard, $37.50; sundries, $825.42 2,226 17 

Duke's Grocery: soft soap, 899 lb. at 12c, 403 lb. at lie, 864 at 8c; sundries, $49.98 271 31 

Gawne & Daly, sundry plumbing repairs, etc 221 40 

Horsman, E. B. & Son, 500 lamps, $171.26; Kirk & Co., coal, 199-917 tons at $7.75, 10-612 

at $3 .75 1 . 760 43 

Lang, N., Electric Fixture Co.: labour, 252$ h. at $1, 42 h. at 85c; 300 mazda lamps, 

$141.25; motor, $82.50; repairs to lights in clock tower, $30; sundries, $280.67 822 62 

Lawson, J. B. Elevator Co.: carbons, 84 at 80c, 84 at 60c; repairs to switch, $8.45 126 05 

Leek & Co., enlarging radiator, $57.10; Lewis & Sills, brushes, $53.75, sundries, $7.50 118 35 

McNeill, Welsh & Wilson, coal, 37-855 tons at $6.75; Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., repairs, 

$100.13 355 63 

Modern Office Supply Co.: cork carpet, 29£ yd., $66.38; chairs, 4 side, $19, tilter, $14.50, 

arm, $12.50, sundries, $19.67 132 05 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 vertical sections, $69; sundry, $30.35 99 35 

Palmer, G. C, painting sheet letter boxes, $212; Pritchard-Andrews Co., brass grills, 

$49.50, sundries, $5.20 266 70 

Rankin & Cherrill: installing lights, $31; sundries, $32.73 : 93 73 

Snowdon, C. C, caretaker's supplies, $56.94; Spencer, D., 714 yd. cheese cloth, $52.36 103 30 

Terryberry, John, scavenging, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 120 00 

Vancouver Motor & Cycle Co., repairs to elevators, $89.93, sundries, $18.25; Weeks & Co., 

plumbing, $54.54 162 72 

Watson Carriage Co.: standard mail truck, $80; freight, $34.72 114 72 

Small payments: coal, $48.20; 2 bbls. canuck cleanser, $33; electrical supplies, $42.90; 

floor oil and dressing, $31.60; 3 doz. mops, $37.12; 100 mazda lamps, $45.50; water 

treatment, 300 lb., $33; sundries, $355.17 626 49 

Vancouver Winch Building, Taxation Office: rent of office, R. V. Winch & Co., Apr. 1, 1917- 

Feb. 17, 1918, $158; light, $1.11 159 11 

Vernon Public Building ($2,037.49)— 

Caretaker, C. E. Mohr, y., $840; electric light, y., $291.94; water, 11 m. to Apr. 1, $41.25. . 1, 173 19 

Campbell Bros., cabinet, $26, sundries, $49; Jacques F. B., care of clock, 15 m., $62.59 137 53 

Neil & Cryderman: coal, 49-58 tons at $10.50, 2-4 tons at $9.25; wood, 8 tons at $6 590 79 

Small payments, painting street letter boxes, $27; groceries, $23.75; sundries, $85.26 136 01 

Victoria Caretakers' Residence ($122.11)— 

McKay & Gillespie, coal, 5 tons at $8.35, 2 at $5.85 53 45 

Small payments: electric light, Apr. 5, 1917-Mar. 25, 1918, $27.11; water, Mar. 27, 1917- 

Mar. 23, 1918, $13.55; wood, 4 cds., $28 - 68 66 

Victoria District Engineer's Office: telephone exchange service, y., $54; light, y. to Mar. 21, 

1918, $10.09 64 09 

Victoria Dredge Superintendent^ Office: telephone service, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 » 48 00 

Victoria Examining Warehouse ($5,082.98)— 

Caretaker, Albert Ward, y. to Apr. 1, 1918 960 00 

Electric light, y. to Apr. 4, 1918, $89.02; power, $183.22; gas, $31.59; water, $13.56 317 39 

McDermott, A. J., rent of office, y. to Apr. 1, 1918, $3,600; Smith, J., scavenger, 12 m., $96 3,696 00 
Small payments: mazda lamps, $40.60; repairing sidewalk, 46 h., $32.20; sundries, $36.79. . 109 59 

Victoria Immigration Buildings ($735.60) — 

Electric light, y. to Mar. 21, 1918, $8 1.68; water, y. to Mar. 28, $83.28 164 96 

M <• Kay & Gillespie, coal, 40 tons at $8.35, 11-976 tons at $6.90, 20 tons at $4.40 504 64 

Small payments: storage of fumigating machine, 13 m. to Apr. 1, 1918, $32.50; wood, 4 cds. 

$28; sundry, $5.50 63 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 
Edifices fexleraiix: Entretien— Suite. 

Brought forward 1 , 544, 876 53 

Victoria Observatory (Gonzales Hill) ($1,674.32)— 

Caretaker, F. Le Poidevin, y., $900, assistant during illness, $14.70 914 70 

I Electric light, y. to Mar. 27, 1918, $161.41; water, $16.98 178 39 

McKay & Gillespie, coal, 15 tons at $9.50, 3 at $7.15; Melrose Co., painting, $53 216 98 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 4 steel sections, 1 special case, panel ends, etc 285 00 

Small payments: bracket lamp fixture, $25; sundries, $54.25 79 25 

Victoria Observatory (Saanich) ($2,192.41) — 

Gardener, J. Corcoran, Oct. 16-Mar. 31, 1918 412 50 

B. C. Electric Ry. Co.: light, y. to Apr. 4, 1918, $318.82; power, 13 m. to Apr. 4, 1918, 

$166.18; connecting wires for heaters, $37.27 • 522 27 

Hawkins & Hayward: 324 mazda lamps, $159.29; 480 ft. cable, $31.60; 325 ft. wire, $26; 

80 ft. 1 \ conduit, $32; 125 ft. 3| conduit, $25; radiant heaters, 2, $50, 2, $48; 2 air heaters, 

$34; electrician's time, 116 h., $98.60; helper's time, 92 h., $36.80; sundries, $118.66... . 719 95 

Layritz-Nursery, flowers and plants, $80; Mackay & Gillespie, coal, 12 tons, $129 / 209 00 

Parker, F. E.: alterations to residence, $200; extending chimney, $73.85 273 85 

Small payments: hauling loam, etc., $20; sundries, $34.84 54 84 

Victoria Old Custom House ($2,010.50) — 

Caietaker, E. J. Bayntum, v. to Apr. 1, 1918 885 00 

Electric light, y to Apr. 4, 1918, $96.12; water, $21.22; gas, $7.20 124 54 

Colbert Plumbing & Heating Co., closets and basins installed 390 00 

Hammond, John, lavatory accommodations and erecting partitions 340 00 

Mackay & Gillespie: tons of coal, 50 at $8.35, 5-995 at $6.90, 10 at $4.40; wood, 2 cords, 

$11.70 514 56 

Warner, J. H.: pipe-fitter's time, $31 .50; supplies, $24. 15 55 65 

Scavenger, 12 m., $96; wood, 7 cords, $49; sundries, $155.75 300 75 

Victoria Old Post Office ($1,133.47)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Bowden, y. to April 1, 1918 330 00 

Electric light, y. to April 8, 1918, $82.80; water, y. to April 2, 1918, $78.12; telephone 

service, 11 m. to Jan. 31, 1918, $52.50 213 42 

Hammond, J., repairs to office, $76.49; Mackay & Gillespie; coal, 12 tons at $8.35, 1-52 at 

$6.90 187 17 

Melrose Co. : papering and painting, $53 ; sundry, $3 56 00 

" Nag "Paint Co.: repairs to roofing, $200; re-clothing and painting" lean ",$40; sundry, 

. $2.50 242 50 

Small payments: scavenger, $18; electrical supplies, $18.34; sundries, $68.04 104 38 

Victoria Public Building ($20,111.49)— 

Caretaker, Wm. McKay, y., $1,320; assistant caretaker, J. Cragg, y., $885 2,205 00 

Engineer, T. J. Arnall, y., $1,320; fireman, P. Davis, y., $885 2,205 00 

Cleaners, $4,425; elevatormen, $1,740; night- fireman, $445; machinist and elevatorman, 

$1,020 7,630 00 

Electric light, y. to April 4, 1918, $1,224.64; power, 13 m. to April 4, $887.25; gas, y. to 

April 4, 1918, $27.47; water, $78.96 2,218 32 

B.C. Telephone Co.: exchange service, No. 3447, y. to April 1, 1918, $72, 2 telephones 

y. to June 30, 1918, $84 156 00 

Carter Electric Co., 3 brushes, $36, sundries, $22.90; Cudahy Packing Co., cleanser, 

1,050 lb. at 5|c 116 65 

Hammond, John: storm doors, $150; altering screen and making wicket, $65; slide for 

stamping machine, $35; sundries, $330 .19 580 19 

Hawkins & Hayward: 200 tungsten lamps, $73.04; fuses, $21 .40; sundries, $80.87 175 31 

Hickman-Tye Hardware Co.: 13 flushometers, $201.50; 300 ft. galv. pipe, $51.42, 300 

ft. black pipe, $38.64; 12 basin cocks, $33; b.s. forge, $24; sink, $18; sundries, $139.66. . 506 22 

Island Window Cleaning Co., cleaning windows, 5 times 325 00 

Macey Office Equipment Co.: desk, $46; table, $26.50; chair, $11; 2 side chairs, $10.50. . 94 00 
Mackay & Gillespie: lump coal, 150 tons at $8.35, 33-835 at $6.90; slack coal, 152.5 tons 

at $4.40, 29-4 at $3.75; wood, $7.25 2,274 45 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: hoisting cables, installed, 4 lengths of 216 ft. each, $329; 

sundries, $1 . 70 : 330 70 

Powell, Geo. & Sons: 6 hair brooms, $28.50; 6 hair brushes, $23.10; sundries, $44.10 95 70 

Ross, F. H., painting street letter boxes and parcel receptacles 270 00 

Spencer, David: 9 cases of toilet paper, $92.50; 2 doz. mops, $14.40; sundries, $32.75 139 65 

Victoria Book and Stationery Co.: 2 steel cabinets, $45, $39; 2 desks, $58; table, $20; 

sundries, $71 . 55 233 55 

WeilerBros.: 2 wiltonrugs, $56.25, $35; 12 chairs, $19.80; sundries, $46.30 157 35 

Scavenging, 12 m., $96; water treatment, 300 lb., $33; coke, 3 ton, $22.50; sundries, 

$246.90 398 40 

Victoria Taxation Office ($205.95)— 

Hammond, John: installing counter, $54; sign, $3 57 00 

Victoria Book and Stationery Co.: 2 desks, $36, $31 .50; ' sundry furniture, $81 .45 148 95 

Carried forward 1,572,804 67 



V — 126 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Concluded. $ cts. 
Edifices fed era iu: Entretien— Fin. 

Brought forward \ 1,572,804 67 

Williams Head Quarantine Station ($8,948.96)— 

Aless-Hankey, unloading coal, 200 tons at 40c; Weir, G. F., wood, 50 cords, at $4.50 305 00 

Victoria Fuel Co.: coal, 1,109-92 tons at $6.75, 224 tons at $5.50; less $80 for unloading 

200 tons 8, 643 96 

Public Buildings, British Columbia, Generally ($816.19)— 

Travel and outlay: T. J. Arnall, $5; J. G. Brown, $1.20; W. Henderson, $648.02; W. F. 

Teetzel, $20 . 90 675 12 

Freight, $4.69; livery, $24.50; stamps, $90; telegrams, $17.38; towel service, $4.50 141 07 

Dominion Buildings Generally ($9,114.54) — 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., 50 final sorting-cases 1 , 450 00 

McBrien & Co., 200 ball-bearing truck casters with demountable tires 350 00 

Rogers & Sons, Chas., 12 letter cases 456 00 

Steel Equipment Co.: 61 locked cabinets at $53; freight, $53.93 3,286 93 

Thornton & Truman, 2, 933 key blanks 373 23 

Tremblay & Co., 3 sleighs at $48 144 00 

Freight, $17.53; steel section and ends, $50; sundry, $24.08 91 61 

King's Printer, $272.21; Stationery Office, $201.51; advertising, $2,489.05 2,962 77 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, fittings (Page V— 26) 8, 150 00 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, repairs (Page V— 58) 97 00 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, power (Page V— 63) 23,888 98 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, rents (Page V— 64) 527, 053 14 

Detailed with 1916-17 19, 199 91 



2,170,073 39 
Less— Charged to Ontario Harbours (Page V— 161) 13 00 



Total, as shown oelow 2,170,060 39 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance: Summary. 
Edifices fGderaux: Entretien: Sommaire. 

Dominion Public Building, renewals, etc. — 

Maritime Provinces 22, 212 73 

Quebec 21 , 297 92 

Ontario 26, 286 .88 

Manitoba 2, 749 84 

Saskatchewan 12,441 01 

Alberta 10,430 21 

British Columbia 9, 167 60 

Dominion Buildings, improvements, etc. — 

Halifax 2, 923 14 

St. John .■ 2, 140 51 

Montreal 22,374 45 

Toronto 12, 190 02 

Winnipeg 7,646 97 

Calgary 2,928 45 

Vancouver 7, 181 63 

Dominion Public Buildings, generally — 

Fittings, furniture and general supplies 100, 341 04 

Heating , 31 6, 820 15 

Lighting 146,779 80 

Power for elevators, stamp cancelling machines, etc 60, 786 23 

Rents 737, 665 57 

Salaries of caretakers, etc 570, 897 57 

Supplies for caretakers, etc 29,889 14 

Water 44, 909 53 

Total, carried to page V— 2 ' 2, 170,060 39 

Yukon Public Buildings: Maintenance— Edifices publics du Yukon: Entretien. 

Carcross Post Office ($130) — 

Chambers, S. E.: 12 cords wood, sawn and delivered 102 00 

Small payments, 40 gal. gasoline 28 00 

Dawson Administration Building ($18,371.37)— 

Caretakers: G. Earsman, July 12-Mar. 31, $1,736.13; J. A. Murphy, April 1-Aug. 17, 

$818.71 2,554 84 

Carpenters, 7£ d., $75; charmen, C. Corbeil, y., $1,920, J. B. Deslauriers, y., $2,040 4,035 00 

Labourers: D. McDonell, y., $2,160; sundry labour, 643^ h., $482.63 2,642 63 

Carried forward 9, 362 47 



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V— 127 



Yukon Public Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 
Edifices publics du Yukon: Entretien— Suite. 



cts. 



Brought forward 9,362 47 

Dawson Administration Building. — Concluded. 

Nightman, J. A. Craig, y 2, 160 00 

Cascade Steam Laundry: service, April-Feb 54 18 

Dawson City Water and Power Co., Ltd., water, y 600 00 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co., Ltd.: lighting, April-Feb., $1,133 (flat rate), 

outside service, 995-75 k.w.h., $149.35; repairs, $4.55; 10 tungsten lamps, $7.50 1,294 40 

Downer & Sutherland: plumbing, etc., 178 h. -labour, $267, materials, $29.45 296 45 

Farr, J. R., 88-437 cords wood 1,192 90 

Klondike Thawing Machine Co.: 50' garden hose, $17.50; glass, $21; lawn mower, $29; 

12 nitrogen and 56 tungsten lamps, $66; nails, $14; sundry, $63.83 211 33 

Lowe, F.: 21$ yd. cocoa matting, $32; 20| yd. linoleum, $41; sundry, $26.05 99 05 

Milne, T.: 403 h. labour, $403; paint, varnish, etc., $247.25; 6 tins soft soap, $16.50 666 75 

Sipkus, J.: 151-07 cords wood 1,812 84 

Yukon Sheet Metal Works: cleaning chimneys, $25; repairs, labour, $114, materials, $23. . 162 00 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate: rent of telephone, y., $299.25; repairs, $9.50 : . 308 75 

Small payments: 2 semi-indirect chandeliers, $30; 229 yd. cheesecloth, $22.90; hauling 

cinders, $25; lumber, $24.60; 14 doz. plants, $21; scavenging, y., $36; 2 doz. towels, 

$24; sundry, $96.75 280 25 

Dawson Carpenter Shop: -hardware, $24.85; two2x6 jacks, $17; lighting, April-Feb., $16.50. . 58 35 
Dawson Commissioner's Residence ($535.47) — 

Labourers, 466£ h. at 75c 349 69 

Dawson Green House: 88 doz. flowering plants, planted 132 00 

Small payments: water service for grounds, May-Sept., $44.50; sundry, $9.28 53 78 

Dawson Court House ($316.80)— 

Labourer, J. Newbrook, 130 h. at 75c 97 50 

Milne, T., painting fence and steps 87 75 

Yukon Saw Mill Co., 1,856' lumber 92 80 

Small payments: repairing roof, $21 .50; sundry, $17.25 38 75 

Dawson Indian Agent's Office: labourers, 30 h., $22.50; sundry, $12.50 35 00 

Dawson Post Office ($9,897.16)— 

Caretaker, J. Wyness, y., $2,160; labourers, 273 h., $204.75 2,364 75 

Charmen: E. B. Esnouf, Aug. 15-28, $81.29; R. J. Ogburn, y., $2,160 2,241 29 

Nightmen: J. E. Newbrook, Nov. 5-20, $96; A. Ransley, y., $2,160 2,256 00 

Dawson City Water and Power Co., Ltd.: water service, y 300 00 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co., Ltd.: lighting, April-Feb., $770 (flat rate), 

outside lighting, 140-085 k.w. h., $21.01; power for motor pump, 11 m., $16.50; 

repairs, $5.25; 72 tungsten and 5 nitrogen lamps, $62.25 875 01 

Francis, H. A., 44-015 cords wood, $545.78; Sipkus, J., 40 cords wood, $460 1,005 78 

Klondike Thawing Machine Co.: fire extinguisher, $20; 10 tungsten lamps, $7.50; sundry, 

$58 04 85 54 

Milne, T.: 202 h. labour,' $202; paint,' varnish', etc., $132'. 50; 10 tins soft soap," $27.50. '. '. '. '. '. '. 362 00 

Philp, C. S.: 328 yd. cheese cloth, $32.80; 2f doz. towels, $34.75 67 55 

Spence, J. N.: citrus powder, $21; sundry, $62.25 83 25 

Yukon Sheet Metal Works: 3 galv. ash cans, $23.50; repairs, labour, $82.75, materials, - 

$11.75 118 00 

Small payments: laundry service, April-Feb., $49.70; 504' lumber, $34.10; sundry, 

$54. 19 137 99 

Dawson Buildings Generally ($6,335.97)— 

Carpenter, G. T. Cale, y 3,000 00 

Coates, D.: ^auling wood, soil, etc 424 50 

Dawson City Water and Power Co., Ltd.: water service, 4 hydrants, y 2,400 00 

Lemon, Gonnason Co., Ltd.: 2,000' cedar, $100; 3,000' t. and g. lumber, $105; sundry, 

$5 210 00 

White Pass and Yukon Route, freight on lumber 256 72 

Small payments: advertising, $32.50; repairing vacuum cleaner, $12.25 44 75 

Mining Recorder Offices — 
Duncan Creek ($958.82)— 

Anderson, J. A., 20 cords wood, $310; McKay, T., rent of office, April-Jan., $350 660 00 

Lowe, F.: 60 yd. linoleum, $120; sundry, $30.25 150 25 

Spence, J. N.: freight, $21.25; 4 cases gasoline, $34; sundry, $15.94 71 19 

. Small payments: cleaners, 11 m., $55; sundry, $22.38 77 38 

Glacier Creek: 3 cases coal oil, $32.25; freight, $43.50; sawing wood, 3£ d., $26.25; sundry, 

$27.75 129 75 

Mayo: freight, $4.25; heater, $30; pipe and damper, $11 .75 46 00 

Minto Bridge: freight, $12; gasoline mantle lamp, $14 26 00 

White Horse Public Building ($2,520.30)— 

Caretaker, C. J. McLennan, y., $1,500; fireman, H. Paddon, Nov -Mar., $125 1,625 00 

Lowe, R. & Co., scavenging, y., $180; Ryder, R., water supply, y., $140 320 00 

Yukon Electrical Co., Ltd.: lighting, y. to Mar. 31, 1918, 1,383 k.w. h., $527. 10; tungsten 

lamps, $4 531 10 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $27.35; hardware, $16.85 44 20 

Carried forward 39,360 99 



V— i28 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1017-1918 

» 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Yukon Public Buildings: Maintenance— Concluded. $ cts. 

Edifices publics du Yukon: Entretien— Fin. 

Brought forward 39,360 99 

Yukon Buildings Generally ($645.18) — 

Accountant, G. A. Jeckell, y 600 00 

Telegrams, Government Telegraph Service 14 00 

King's Printer, $14.92; Stationery Office, $16.26 31 18 

Total, carried to page V— 2 40,006 17 



Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia: Summary, 
llavres et rivieres, Nouvelle-Ecosse: Sommaire. 

Amherst Point, repairs to wharf 700 52 

Anderson's Cove, repairs to breakwater 207 00 

Annapolis Royal, repairs to piers. 1, 825 99 

Baker's Point, East Jeddore, repairs to wharf 692 34 

Bass River, repairs to wharf 933 78 

Baxter's Harbour, repairs to breakwater 471 20 

Bear River, repairs to warping pier 1,319 69 

Boularderie Centre, repairs to wharf 624 96 

Canning, repairs to wharf ! 2, 340 88 

Cape St. Mary, repairs to breakwater 2, 956 55 

Chipman Brook, repairs to breakwater 257 46 

Cow Bay, repairs to breakwater: 1, 559 82 

Cribbin's Point, repairs to wharf 1,524 50 

Digby Pier, renewals 1, 997 07 

Eagle Head, repairs to breakwater ■ 1, 645 02 

East River, improvements 140, 187 54 

Feltzen South, repairs to wharf 261 07 

Fox Island, repairs to breakwater and approach 2, 700 07 

Friar's Head, repairs to breakwater 1, 169 27 

Fruid's Point, wharf improvement 569 23 

Half Island Cove, repairs to breakwater 600 51 

Hampton, rebuilding breakwater — wharf 1, 332 06 

Harbours and Rivers, generally 17, 325 34 

Inverness Harbour, repairs and improvements 562 80 

Jamesville, repairs to breakwater 1 , 354 05 

Jones Harbour, repairs to wharf 779 16 

L'Ardoise, repairs to breakwater 466 19 

Lingan, repairs to beach protection 646 22 

Little Harbour, wharf . m 892 75 

Lower Kingsburg, Skidway and breakwater .' 285 70 

Margaree Harbour, repairs and improvements 4, 789 38 

Margaree, repairs to breakwater 936 08 

Mosher's Bay, repairs to breakwater 335 95 

McKay's Point, repairs to breakwater 591 62 

McNair's Cove, repairs to breakwater 899 97 

Necum Teuch, repairs to wharf 1, 619 70 

North River, St. Ann's, repairs to wharf 599 41 

North Sydney, repairs to ballast wharf 1, 317 49 

Parrsboro', repairs to wharf 2, 016 02 

Poirierville, repairs to wharf 1 1 1 60 

Port George, repairs to breakwater 1,477 47 

Port Hilford, repairs to breakwater 289 58 

Port Hood, reconstruction of wharf 64 75 

Portuguese Cove, repairs to breakwater 812 79 

Sandy Cove, repairs to breakwater 1, 925 62 

Scott s Bay, repairs to breakwater 1, 300 00 

Short Beach, repairs to breakwater 4, 676 17 

Shubenacadie River, to pay Dom. Atlantic Ry. for enlargement of draw-span on railway 

bridge, and for warping pier 23, 000 00 

South Side, Donald's Head, extension to breakwater 30 57 

Swim's Point, repairs to wharf 656 09 

Three Fathom Harbour, repairs to protection work 810 18 

Tiverton, repairs to breakwater 1,416 28 

Trout Cove, repairs to breakwater, and removal of rock and gravel 1,495 70 

West Arichat, repairs to wharf 566 48 

Yarmouth Harbour, repairs, etc 509 12 

Total carried to page V— 2 240,436 78 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 129 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia— Havres et rivieres: Nouveile-Ecosse. $ cts. 

Amherst Point, repairs to wharf ($700.52) — 

Foreman, C. N. Coates, 24£ d., $98; labourers, $160.75 258 75 

Coates, C. N.: 18 to 25 ft. logs, 2, 110 ft 253 20 

Downey, W. A.: ashes, 40 loads at $1; lumber, 4,000 ft. at $12; 25 posts, $12.50; cartage, 

$8 • 108 50 

Deals, 1,439 ft. $25.90; 545 lb. rd. iron, $28.20; sundries, $25.97 80 07 

Anderson's Cove, breakwater repair" ($207) — 

Conductor, B. Langmire, 10 d., $30; labourers at $2, $121 151 00 

Hemlock, 3,000 ft.. $42; 400 lb. iron, $14 56 00 

Annapolis Royal, repairs to pier ($1,825.99) — 

Conductor, G. A. Hawkesworth, services, $184.50, outlay, $54.70; labourers, $407.13 646 33 

Hardware, $89.95; lumber, 10,947§ ft. at $30, 26,699 ft. at $21, 8,601 ft. for $167.11; 
sundry, $33.50. Paid as follows: G. B. Harwick, $390.38; C. A. Harnish, $248.52; 
Geo. Ramsay, $341.37; H. A. West, $56.36; C. Woodbury, $89.94: small payments, 
$53 09 1, 179 66 

Antigonish Landing: labour, $183.30; 80 cu. yd. stone, $6.40; sundries, $10.39 200 09 

Arichat, repairs to wharf ($597.75) — 

Conductor, 15 d., $45; labourers, $101 146 00 

Plank, 15,000 ft. spruce at $23.25, 3,000 ft. at $22; 4 kegs wire spikes, $23.60; sundries, 

$13.40. Paid as follows: A. H. Ferguson, $66; A. McLean, $348.75; sundries, $37 45175 

Arisaig, repairs to wharf: labour, $170.03; hardware, $8.10 178 13 

Baddeck, repairs to wharf: hardware, $14.37; labour, $70.50; 1,000 ft. lumber, $20 104 87 

Bailey's Brook, repairs to protection pier ($598.47) — 

Conductor, W. C. McKinnon, 38| d., $116.25; labourers, etc., $323 439 25 

MacDonald, A. D.: lumber, 429 1. ft. at 13c 55 77 

Hardware, $30.66; 2,656 ft. lumber, $57.19; smith work, $5.60; towing pile driver, $10.... 103 45 

Baker's Point (East Jeddore) repairs to wharf ($692.34)— 

Foreman, C. Myers, 24-55 d., $90.86; labourers, etc., $287.05 377 91 

Hardware, $55.54; 946 lb. rd. iron, $44.93; 1,054 1. ft. logs, $80.64; 6,326 ft. lumber, $133.32. 
Paid as follows: J. G. Mitchell, $63.33; Jas. Simmonds, $91.97; Art. Webber, $124.87; 
small payments, -$34.26 . i 314 43 

Bass River, repairs to wharf ($958.03) — 

Conductor, A. A. Danison, 80 d., $245.59; labourers, 173| d., $347; teamhire, 4| d., $18. . 610 59 

Bolts, 182 lb. at 8c, 202 lb. at 9c, 155 lb. at 10c, 418 lb. at lie; lumber, 7, 151 ft., $136.53; 
piling, 602 1. ft., $60.20; sundries, $32.24. Paid as follows: J. L. Corbett, $83.42; 

S. Fulton, $199.62; small payments, $40.15 323 19 

Legal services, Murray & MacKinnon, Halifax 24 25 

Baxter's Harbour, repairs to breakwater ($471.20) — 

Conductor, J. Ross, 16-3 d., $48.90; labourers, etc., $116.75 165 65 

Peck, F.: 11,567 ft. lumber, $231.34; 8-in. timber, 316 1. ft., $22.12 253 46 

Rd. iron, 216 lb., $10.38; spikes, $29.16; sundries, $12.55 : 52 09 

Bear Cove, repairs to skidway and shed ($190.94) — 

Conductor, B. Johnson, 16 d., $56; labourers, etc., $106.25 162 25 

Hardware, $10.05; logs, etc., $18.64 28 69 

Bear Cove, repairs tc> warping pier ($1,319.69) — 

Conductor, J. M. Nichols, 31 d., $108.50; labourers, etc., $399.25 507 75 

Warne, H. T.: deals, 12,692 ft. at $27, 24,385 ft. at $24; less scow hire and engine, $180. . 747 93 

Smithwork, $23.90; 3 kegs spikes, $18.20; sundries, $21.91 '64 01 

Beaver River, repairs to north breakwater ($399.70) — 

Conductor, F. H. Corning, 24| d., $85.75, outlay, $9; labourers, etc, $146.99 241 74 

Hardware, $32.59; spruce logs, 1,053 1. ft. at 9c, 860 1. ft., $27.20; sundry, $3.40 157 96 

Bluff Head, repairs to breakwater ($400.03)— 

Conductor, H. G. McKenna, 11§ d., $34.50; labourers, etc., $195.55 230 05 

Crowell, S. A., & Co., hardware, $51.35; Churchill, H., 911 1. ft. logs, $63.68 115 03 

Poles, 1,780 l.ft. at 2|c; smithwork, $10.45 54 95 

Boularderie Centre, repairs to wharf ($624.96) — 

Foreman, 44 d., $132, outlay, $1.30; labourers, $207.18 • 340 48 

Hardware, $20.90; lumber, 9, 046 ft. at $17, 4, 873 ft., $109.80 284 48 

Broad Cove, repairs to wharf approach; 17 cu. yd. ballast, $10.20; labour, $69; 900 ft. lumber, 

$19.80; sundries, $12.08 Ill 08 

Canning, repairs to wharf ($2,340.88)— 

Conductor, L. E. Baxter, 94 d., $329; labourers, at $2.50, $940, at $2, $73 1,342 00 

Cinders, 111 tons at 50c; hardware, $6; 1,562-3 tons stone, $937.38. Paid as follows: 

A. M. Lockwood, $77.10; F. A. McBride, $54.15; small payments, $174.63 998 88 

Cape St. Mary, repairs to breakwater ($2,956.55) — 

Conductor, M. Doucette, at $3, $230.92; foreman, W. Comeau, at $2.50, $165.04 395 96 

Blacksmiths, at $2.75, $148.54; carters, $388.06; labourers, $979.94 1,516 54 

Deveau, R. J.: spikes, $77.45; sundries, $27.74 105 19 

Leblanc, B. H.: 3,015 lb. iron, $155.88; spikes, $24.58 180 46 

Hardware, $3.40; spruce, 50 1. ft at 10c, 4,896 1. ft. at 9c, 9,430 1. ft. at 3c, 1,058 1. ft at 
2§c; Paid as follows: A. Deveau, $186.57; D. Harrington, $138.09; L. Thibault, $67.62; 
small payments, $366.12 758 40 

Carried forward 14,878 22 

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V— 130 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1911-1918 

, 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia— Continued. $ cts. 

llavres et rivieres, Nouvelle-Ecosse — Suite. 

Brought forward 14,878 22 

Carr's Brook, repairs to breakwater ($878.73) — 

Foreman, C. F. Beattie, 19 d., $57.56; labourers, etc., $513.50 571 06 

Brush, 60 loads, $25; hemlock deals, 4,140 ft., $62; hardware, $48.02; 450 lb. iron dumps, 
$33.50; rd. timber, 415 1. ft., $67.50; 31 trees at $2; sundries, $9.65. Paid as follows: 

C. F. Beattie, $124.50; L. E. Marsh, $62; small payments, $121.17 307 67 

( hance Harbour: legal services, B. L. Gerow, St. John 54 60 

Chebogue, repairs to beach protection: hardware, $6.35; labour, $115; 570 logs, $28.55. . . 149 90 

Chipman's Brook, repairs to breakwater: hardware, $10.48; labour, $179; timber, 1,593 

1. ft. at 3c, 243 1. ft., $20.19 257 46 

Comeau's Cove, repairs to breakwater: hardware, $16.17; labour, $118.25; 240 ft. timber, 

$7.20 141 62 

Cow Bay, repairs to breakwater ($1,559.82) — 

Foreman, N. Ferguson, 57 d. at $3; carpenters at $2, $642; labourers, etc., $356.60 1, 169 60 

Thompson & Sutherland: cement, 100 bags at 95ic 32 bags at 90c 124 05 

Hardware, $64.21; 5,000 ft. lumber at $32.50, sundry, $23.36; sundries, $16.10. Paid as 

follows: J. F. Irwin, $216.97; small payments, $49.20 266 I7 

Cribbin's Point, repairs to wharf ($1,524.50)— 

Boyd, Angus R.: services at $3, $79.50; outlay, $5.52; 4 in. covering, 2,000 ft., $44; 849 

1. ft. timber, $63.50; 125 c. y. stone, $12.50; less over expenditure, $4.92 200 10 

Carpenters at $2, $139; carters at $4, $128; labourers, etc., $85.87 352 87 

Hardware, $51.12; 2,539 lb. iron, $162.52; 5,366 1. ft. logs, $545.68; 6,100 ft. lumber, 
$133.18; smithwork, $74.03; sundry, $5. Paid as follows: Boyd, A. R., $52.66, 
Hugh, $118.26, R. A., $97.80; K. Sweet & Co., $158.44; small payments, $544.37... . 971 53 

D'Escousse, repairs to wharf: hardware, etc., $14.57; labour, $44; 817| ft. lumber, $16.35. . 74 92 

Digby Pier, Renewals ($1,997.07)— 

Foreman, R. L. Dunn, services, 44| d. at $3, 57 d. at $3.50 333 00 

Carpenters, $525.50; labourers, etc., $53.05 578 55 

Condon, M. G.: wire rope, 245 ft. at 26c, 320 ft. at 20|c; barrel, $1 130 30 

Daken Bros., hardware, $143.67; Trask, H. T., smithwork, $197.37 341 04 

Everett, L. : engineer, on gas engine, September, 17 d 68 00 

Morrison, J. E.: spruce plank, 12, 161 ft. at $24, 660 ft. at $30 311 65 

Warne, H. T.: hardwood, 5,554 ft. at 26c; spruce, etc, $33.03 177 43 

Cartage, $5.60; spikes, $7.20; timber, $35.80; sundry, $8.50 57 10 

Eagle Head, repairing breakwater ($1,645.02) — 

Conductor, T. E. Wentzell, 60 d. at $3; labourers, 315| d. at $2; masons, 110 d. at $2.50; 

teaming, $344 .25 1 , 430 23 

Hemeon, J. C: 100 bags cement, $98; hardware, $18.04 116 04 

Freight, $12; iron, $20; stage wood, $15.25; stone, $25; timber, $26.50 98 75 

East Ferry, breakwater: repairing safety cleats 20 00 

East Pubnico, repairs to wharf ($398.24)— 

Cox& Davis: 3 in. hemlock plank, 12,107 ft. at $16; sundries, $19.40 213 11 

Hardware, $17.94; labourers, $157.01; sundry, $10.18 185 13 

East River, Improvement ($140,187.54)— 

McDougall Bros.: detailed at page V— 174 86,369 32 

Roger Miller & Son, Ltd.: detailed at page V— 173 47,393 82 

McArthur, J. W.: services, y. to Mar. 31, 1918: asst. engineer, 9 m. at $90, caretaker, 

3 m. at $75; outlay, $54.45 1,089 45 

Rodman and timekeeper: D. L. McCaulay: services, April 1 to July 14, $262.50; outlay, 

$5.30 267 80 

Gammon & Weir: labour, 50 h. at 75c, 225 h. at 40c; towage, etc., $16.90..* 144 40 

Jones, B. W.: hauling, launching and storing motor boat, $25; repairs to motor boat, 

$35.90 60 90 

MacGregor & Co.: 181 gal. gasolene, $69.02; sundries, $15.51 84 53 

McDougall Bros.: foreman, 10U d., $461.10; labourers, etc, 427 d., $1,289.10; horse 
and cart, 16-6 d., $58.10; teams, 22-2 d., $133.20; 233 brls. cement, $641.66; hardware, 
$187.39; 10,630 ft. lumber, $221.28; 18 c y. stone, $240.73; 27 c y. sand, $29.70; 

timber, $38.55; 2 d.-use of scow, $14; sundries, $20; supervision, $332.14 3,666 95 

Cylinder, $14; piston, $10; row boat, $25; sundries, $12.47 61 47 

Legal services, H. V. Jennison 1,048 9o 

East ship, repairs to wharf: labour, $84.70; 500 ft. lumber, $12.50; sundries, $20.34 117 54 

Ecum Secum ($127.81)— 

Pye, J. D., purchase price of property 75 00 

Legal services, T. F. Tobin, Halifax .* 52 81 

Feltzen South, breakwater wharf repairs: McNormand, R. M.: 11,867 ft. lumber at $22 261 07 

Findlay Point, repairs to wharf: labour, $95; storage, $5 100 00 

Fox Island, repairs to breakwater and approach ($2,700.07) — 

Conductor, M. H. Naugle, 69 d., $276; carpenters at $2.75, $181.50; labourers at $2.25, 

$905.71; team hire, $130.76 1,493 97 

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Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia — Continued. $ cts. 

Havres et rivieres: Nouvelle-Ecosse— Suite. 

Brought forward 165,868 Oct 

Fox Island, repairs to breakwater and approach — Concluded. 

Rd. iron, 2,015 lb., $96.01; hardware, $20.68; logs, 4,275 1. ft. at 10c, 5,634 1. ft., $374.48; 
3,800 ft. plank, $92.60; smithwork, $68.55; 79 tons stone, $118.50; sundry, $7.78. 
Paid as follows: Conrod, A., $127.73, Ed., $94.20; R. Daley, $56.80; A. La Pierre, 
$77.20; W. Naugle, $63.48; A. Sellers, $52.50; J. Shaw, $206.92; J. Simmonds, 

$117.97; L. Wiseman, $98.64; Wm. Woods, $52.07; small payments, $258.59 1,206 10 

Freeport, repairs to wharf: 200 lb. iron, $10; labour, $28.75; lumber, $23.53; sundries, $6.25. 68 53 

Friar's Head, repairs to breakwater ($1,169.27) — 

Foreman, S. P. Doucette, 37 d., $111; labourers, etc., $529.22 640 22 

Thompson & Sutherland, Ltd.: cement, 320 bags at 80c; 2,000 cobbles, $95; freight, $95,15 446 15 

Cement, 2 bags, $11; hardware, $12.30; 200 lb. iron, $10; lumber, $25.20; sundries, 

$24 . 40 82 90 

Fruid's Point, wharf improvements ($569.23) — 

Conductor, I. P. Hardy, services, $48.33, outlay, $31.60; carpenters, etc., $177.03 256 96 

Bower, R. A.: 22-ft. logs, 25 at $2.50; loading, $6 68 50 

Bower, T. & F.: 9,240 ft. hemlock, $174.86; loading, $5 179 86 

Hardy, J. L., timber, etc, $13.60; McMillan, Wm., hardware, $50.31 63 91 

Georgeville, repairs to wharf: covering, 4, 000 ft. at $18; sundries, $4.75 76 75 

Glace Bay ($243.36)— 

Dominion Coal Co., Ltd., rent of land, y. to Jan. 31, 1918 1 00 

Legal services: T. S. Rogers, Halifax, $212.76; G. A. R. Rowlings, Sydney, $29.60 242 36 

Grand Etang, repairs to bridge: labour, $87.45; lumber, 2,000 ft. plank, $36; sundry, $35.32; 

2 kegs nails, $14.50; 17-ft. stringers at $1 .50, $27 200 27 

Grand Narrows, repairs to wharf: hardware, $6.92; labour, $67.44; lumber, $30.39...:.. 104 75 

Half Island Cove, repairs to breakwater ($600.51) — 

Foreman, J. R. Hurst, services, $96, outlay, $5.70; labourers, etc, $281 382 70 

Hendsbee, R. & Co.: 3, 160 ft. plank, $94.95; sundries, $5.84 100 79 

Tale, H. L.: 10 in.-18 in. bolts, 659 lb : 53 02 

Boat, $20; logs, 14 ft., 43 at $1; sundry, $1 64 00 

Hampton breakwater ($1,332.06)— 

Conductor. C. E. Collins: services, 38-3 d. at $3; outlay, $17.60 132 50 

Sub-conductor, 25-3 d. at $2.50; carpenters at $2.25, $233.99; labourers at $2, $223.29; 

teaming, etc, $118.85 639 38 

Foster, Jos. I.: 1,000 1b. bolts, $63; iron, etc., $32.12 95 12 

Spruce, 3, 180 1. ft. at 10c, 48 1. ft. at 8c, 558 1. ft. at 7c; ballast poles, $32.62; iron, $47.54; 
sundries, $24. Paid as follows: Jas. A. Caldwell, $50.20; B. Mitchell, $81.80; A. 

Risteen, $82.02; E. Titus, $54.44; small payments, $196.60 465 06 

Harbourville, repairs to breakwater: labour, $94.65; smithwork, $13.25; 10 in. spruce, 440 

ft. at 10c 151 90 

Hunt's Point, repairs to breakwater: 27 bags cement, $16.80; labour. $104.40; sundries, $28.27 149 47 

Inverness Harbour, repairs and improvements ($562.80) — 

Caretaker, D. J. McDonald, services, y. to Jan. 31, 1918 180 00 

Drift bolts, 1,390 lb., $111.20; 4 pr. rubber boots at $8; labour, $27; 1,660 1. ft. poles, 
$146.80; 3,290 ft. lumber, $65.80. Paid as follows: G. F. Cameron, $76.80; L. D. 

Cameron, $111.20; J. McKinnon, $52; small payments, $142.80 382 80 

Iona, repairs to wharf ($396.90) — ■ 

Conductor, 19 d. at $3; labourers, etc., at $2.50, $161.25 218 25 

Drift bolts, 260 lb. at 6|c; 4,576 ft. lumber, $123.18; 175 1. ft. piles, $17.50; sundries, 

$21 . 72 178 65 

Jamesville, repairs to breakwater ($1,354.05) — 

Foreman, $78.30; labourers, etc., $163.70 242 00 

Musgrave, Robt. & Sons: 2,854 lb. drift bolts at 5|c; 184 screw bolts and nuts at 55c, 

smithwork, etc., $76.82 335 00 

Thompson & Sutherland, Ltd.: |-in. iron bolts, 1,892 lb. at 5c; hardware, etc., $20.38. 114 98 

Walker, Dan: hardwood logs, 8,000 ft. at $25 200 00 

Ballast flooring, 1,000 1. ft. at 5c; drift bolts, 510 lb. at 6$c; spruce logs, 732 1. ft. at 12c, 
2,887 1. ft. at 10c; hardware, $1.11. Paid as follows: C. G. Campbell, $71.60; 
R. F. Gillis, $62; R. S. McKinnon, $97.56; McNeil, F. M., $54, M. M., $92.80; small 

payments, $84 . 11 462 07 

Jones Harbour, repairs to breakwater wharf ($779 . 16) — 

Conductor, S. M. Chivers, 34| d., $103.50; carpenters, etc., $292.75 396 25 

Freight, $16.30; 222 lb. iron, $13.32; 1,754| 1. ft. logs, $140.58; 5,525 ft. lumber, $100.23; 
1,137 1. ft. poles, $45.48; team hire, $30.50; sundries, $36.50. Paid as follows: T. 

& F. Bdwer, $110.73; C. T. Thompson, $140.28; small payments, $131.90 382 91 

Kelly's Cove, repairs to breakwater ($392.35) — 

Conductor, 22 d. ( $77; labourers, etc., $182.51 259 51 

Hardware, $67.14; lumber, $44.73; smithwork, $16.72; sundry, $4.25 ' 132 84 

L'Ardoise, repairs to breakwater ($466.19) — 

Brookfield Bros.: 320 bags Canada cement at 87c 278 40 

Labourers, $161.29; storage, etc, 2 y. to Dec. 10, 1917, $20; sundries, $6.50. 187 79 



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V— 132 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1017-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 19T9 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia— Continued. $ eta. 

llavrcs et rivieres: Nouvelie-Ecosse— Suite. 

Brought forward 175, 691 68 

Lingan Beach, repairs to beach protection work ($646.22) — 

Foreman, 16 d. at $3; cartage, $152.25; labourers, etc., $383.60 583 85 

Brush, $36; bolts, etc., $15.57; stone, $10.80 62 37 

Litchfield, improvement to breakwater: hardware, $16.50; labour, $97; 1,825 ft. plank, $29.20 142 70 

Little Harbour, reconstruction of wharf ($892.75) — 

Foreman, Geo. Dwyer, services, $91, outlay, $13.40; labourers, etc., $328.12 432 52 

Adamson, F.: 6, 149 ft. spruce timber, $184.47; 3-in. plank, 3,550 ft. at $18; freight, $15.75 264 12 

Bent & Cohoon: 1,245 lb. rod iron, $68.48; hardware, $24.76 93 24 

Horse hire, $31; moving pile driver, $10; 4 piles, 134 1. ft., $20.10; smithwork, $20.17; 

sundries, $21 . 60 102 87 

Livingstone's Cove, repairs to wharf: 2,430 ft. spruce covering, $48.60; labour, $97.86; sundries, 

$8.76 155 22 

Lower Kingsbury, skidway and breakwater ($285.70) — 

McDo'rmand, R. M.: timber, 7,320 ft. at $22 160 60 

Dynamite, 50 lb. at 40c; hardware, $5.40; labour, $79.70; outlay, $20 125 10 

Lower West Pubnico, repairs and renewals to wharf ($199.49) — 

D'Eon Bros.: 3,121 ft. spruce, $117.71; sundries, $8.20 125 91 

Hardware, $6.90; labour, $55.48; 6-in. nails, 2 kegs, $11.20 73 58 

Malignant Cove, search for titles, etc 26 00 

Marble Mountain, repairs to wharf ($319.03) — 

Foreman, K. A. McLeod, 22J d., $73.12; labourers, etc., $61.36 134 48 

Lumber, 593 1. ft., $103.55; 3-in. plank, 3,500 ft., $70; sundries, $11 184 55 

Margaree Harbour, repairs to breakwater ($936.08) — 

Conductor, A. D. McLennan, 37 d. at $3; labourers, etc., $263.03 374 03 

Hardware, $13.22; J-in. iron, 1,082 lb. at 7c; 2,102 1. ft. logs at 12c; 4,903§ ft. lumber 
at $23; 928 1. ft. poles at 6c; 3-in. plank, 816 ft. at $18. Paid as follows: P. McDonald, 

$90.24; M.J. Tompkins, $71.83; small payments, $362.24 . 524 31 

King's Printer's account '. 37 74 

Margaree Harbour, repairs and improvements ($4,789.38) — 

Foreman, S. M. Chiasson: services, Oct. to Jan. at $3, $397.50; outlay, $23.93 421 43 

Carpenters at $2.50, $499.42; labourers, etc, $854.11 1,353 53 

Iron, 5,730 lb. at 7c; 8 scow knees, $16; logs, 9,779 1. ft. at 12c, 50 of 16-ft. at 96c each; 
lumber, 34,890 ft. at $23; 3-in. plank, 8,200 ft. at $18; poles, 1,536 1. ft. at 6c; smith- 
work, $18.25; stone ballast, 240-17 cu. yd. at $1; sundries, $75.26. Paid as follows: 
Chaisson, P. A., $52.80, P. M., $172.92; M. Doucet, $117.81; M. A. Dunn, $315.13; 
J. F. LeBlanc, $154.08,; A. R. McDougall, $109.04; J. C. Munro, $1,597.35; H. W. 
Phillips, $152.74; small payments, $342.55 3,014 42 

McKay's Point (Judique), repairs to breakwater ($591.62) — 

Foreman at $3, $108; labourers, etc., $176.85 284 85 

Iron, 861 lb. at 7£c; logs, 360 1. ft. at 12c, 316 1. ft. at 10c, 400 1. ft. at 5c; 900 ft. lumber, 
$16.20; stone, 48 cu. yd. at 70c, 166| cu. yd. at 60c. Paid as follows: T. McDonnell, 
$72.50; small payments, $234.27 306 77 

McNair's Cove, repairs to breakwater ($899.97) — 

Foreman, M. McEachern, Oct. 1 to 25, $50.76, less $2.31 deducted for over-expenditure. . 48 45 

Labourers, 104 d. at $2, 83§ d. at $1 .75, 13| d. at $1 .50 374 37 

Iron, $24; 4,514 1. ft. logs at 10c; sundries. $1 .75 477 15 

Meat Cove, repairs to breakwater: labour, $32.75; sundries, $17.26 50 01 

Middle River (Lower), repairs to dam: labour, $135; spruce logs, 648 1. ft. at 2c; sundries, $2. . 149 96 

Middle River (Upper), repairs to dam, labour 199 63 

Mill Creek, repairs to wharf ($299.41)— 

Conductor, 13 d., $45.50; labourers, etc., $162.75 208 25 

Stone, 30 tons at 60c; 1,009 1. ft. ballast flooring, $61.14; sundry, $12.02 91 16 

Morrison's Landing, repairs: labour, $144.50; timber, 837 1. ft. at 6c; sundry, $5.26 199 98 

Mosher's Bay, repairs to breakwater ($335.95) — 

Foreman, 9 d., $27.63; labourers, etc, $64.24 91 87 

Conrad, L., 1,050 lb. iron, $52.50; Rawding, S., rent of boat, 21 d., $105 157 50 

Ritcey, S.: gasolene, $48.83'; sundries, $6.25 55 08 

Ballast, $27; sundries, $4.50 31 50 

Necum Teuch, repairs to wharf ($1,619.70) — 

Conductor, W. N. Moser, 52£ d., $161.17; carpenters at $2.50, $96.25; labourers at $2.10, 

$459.90; smiths, etc., at $2.25, $141.74 859 06 

Iron, 1,295 lb. $84.18; hemlock deals at $22, $59.09; lumber at $17, $509.08; 6 kegs spikes, 
$45; smithwork, $27.75; sundries, $35.54. Paid as follows: Chas. Allan, $59.09; 
T. E. Powell, $207.82; G. R. Shelhutt, $375.81; small payments, $117.92 760 64 

Newellton, repairs to wharf ($398.99)— 

Foreman, services, $58.50, outlay, $6.30; carpenters, etc, $91.75 156 55 

Nicoll, F. G.: 5,525 ft. lumber, $105.50; cartage, $8.28 113 78 

Cartage, $18.66; hardware, $47.30; 600 1. ft. logs, $48; sundries, $14.70 128 66 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 133 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia — Continued. $ cts. 

Havres et rivieres: Nouvelle-Ecosse— Suite. • 

Brought forward 188,829 47 

New Harbour, repairs to breakwater ($584.29) — 

Foreman, Ed. Sangster, 38 d., $114; labourers, etc., $221 .55 335 55 

Griffins, S. R.: 198 bags cement, $188.10; hardware, etc., $60.64 248 74 

North East Point, repairs to wharf: labour, $28.12| sundries, $11 .96. 40 08 

North Ingonish, repairs to wharf ($366.30) — 

Foreman, Alex. Smith, 16 d., $48; labourers, etc., $105 .\ . 153 00 

McLeod, J. E.: 176 1. ft. spruce logs, $17.60; 50 cu. yd. stone, $75 92 60 

Thompson & Sutherland: iron bolts, 14-in., 400 at 17c, 18-in. to 20-in., 175 at 24c; hard- 
ware, $10.70 120 70 

North River, St. Ann's, repairs to wharf ($599.41)— 

Foreman, D. D. McLeod, 231 d., $71 .25; labourers, etc., $272.48 343 73 

Hardware, $57.30; plank, 7,784 ft. at $25; smithwork, $3.78 255 68 

North Sydney, repairs to ballast wharf ($1,317.49)— 

Conductor, Dan. Jackson: services, 23-91 d., $83.71; horse hire, 5 d., $7.50; outlay, $1.05 92 26 

Carpenters, etc 80 26 

Boat, $12; logs, 2,908 1. ft. at 12c, 2,312 1. ft. at 10c; lumber, 17, 637 ft. at $30, sundry, $2.21; 
sundries, $21.49. Paid as follows: M. Gouthro, $117.36; M. S. Johnson, $233.64; 
A. Mclntyre, $203.85; Dav. McKay, $67.20; C. Rudderham, $195.50; S. Salter, 

$293 .93; small payments, $33.49 1, 144 97 

Nyanza, repairs to wharf: 2, 000 ft. plank, $36; labour, etc, $43 .83 79 83 

Ogden's Pond, repairs to brush and stone protection: labour, $30.98; sundries, $6.06 37 04 

Owl's Head, repairs to wharf and shed: hardware, $21 .75; labour, $88.66; 227 1. ft. logs, $18.16 128 57 

Parrsboro, repairs to wharf ($2,016.02)— 

Conductor, at $3.50, $255.50, at $3, $15; foreman at $3.50, $56; labourers, etc., $324.43. . . 650 93 

Newville Lumber Co.: hardware, $28.73; 49,217 ft. lumber, $1,217.13; sawing, etc, 

$66.70 1,312 56 

Hardware, $14.59; 444 lb. iron, $26.64; smithwork, $11.30 52 53 

Poirierville, repairs to wharf: hardware, $11 .35; labourers, $66; 685 lb. spikes, $34 .25 Ill 60 

Port Dufferin, repairs to wharf: labour, $25.42; 1, 100 ft. plank, $16.80; sundries, $7.61 49 83 

Porter's Lake, outlet: foreman, 11 d., $33.77; labourers, $65.87; sundry, $5 104 64 

Port George, repairs to breakwater ($1,477.47) — 

Conductor, O. Baltzer, 48 d., $168; sub-conductor, 30| d., $91 .50; labourers, etc., $418.66. . 678 16 

Feindel, W. C: rod iron, 2,727 lb. at 6-lc; 500 lb. ship spikes, $50; hardware, $88.98 305 34 

Logs, 110 1. ft. at 12c, 320 1. ft. at 10c, 4,475 1. ft. at 8c; sawing timber, 10,654 ft. at $4; 
smithwork, $48.15. Paid as follows: J. E. Balson, $152; S. Mosher, $153.24; J. E. 

Slocomb, $64; small payments, $124.73 493 97 

Port Hastings ($142.90)— 

Inverness Ry. & Coal Co.: purchase price of property, $500, less $400 paid in 1914-15, 

V— 194 100 00 

Legal services: Thos. Gallant, Inverness, $37.90; T. S. Rogers, Halifax, $5 42 90 

Port Hilford, repairs to breakwater ($289.58)— 

Conductor, R. B. Robinson, 23 d., $69; labourers, $20 89 00 

Logs, 900 1. ft. at lie; 3,500 ft. plank, $87.50; 2 kegs spikes, $14.08. Paid as follows: R. 

Bennett, $99; J. A. Tait, $62.50; small payments, $39.08 200 58 

Port Hood, reconstruction of wharfs: labour, $22.50; 3 kegs spikes, $23.25; storage of tools, 

etc., y. to Jan. 1, 1918, $9; sundries, $10 64 75 

Portuguese Cove, repairs to breakwater ($812.79) — 

Conductor, 34 d., $125.80; labourers, at $2, $389 514 80 

Hardware, $31.12; 774 1. ft logs, $89.10; poles, 1,080 1. ft. at 5c; 2,950 ft. sheathing, $83.77; 
team to Halifax and return, 10 trips, $40. Paid as follows: F. A. Gillis Co., $172.87; 

J. Scallion, $54; small payments, $71 . 12 297 99 

Ross's Ferry, repairs to wharf: labour, $55; lumber, $12.39; spruce piles, 196 1. ft. at 8c; sundry, 

$13.07 96 14 

Sandy Cove, repairs to breakwater ($1.925.62) — 

Conductor, Robt. Bishop, 74| d. at $3.50, 13§ d. at $3 300 38 

Engineers at $3, $116.70; labourers at $2.75, $115.50, at $2.50, $487.51, at $2.25, $100.11; 

team hire, $25 844 82 

Dakin, D. G.: 2,1801b. iron, $130.80; 211 lb. rope, $85.30; 2,000 ft. hemlock, $40; sundries, 

$66.95 323 05 

McKay, A., smithwork 151 89 

Rice, F. E.: rent of engines and hoist, 36 d., $144; lumber, etc, $38 182 00 

Cartage, $34.88; casks, $10; timber, $74.34; sundries, $4.26 123 48 

Scott's Bay, repairs to breakwater ($1,300) — 

Conductor, H. L. Corkum, 37 d. at $3; carpenters, $351.24; carters, $139.30; labourers, 

etc, $31.20 632 74 

North, R. W.: 2,210 lb. iron cut, $125.97; spikes, etc, $77.27 203 24 

Plank, 3,580 ft. at $17; spruce, 2,009 1. ft. at 10c, 1,818 1. ft. at 7c, 3,000 1. ft. at 2hc. Paid 
as follows: F. Legge, $181.96; A. Tupper, $60.86; J. Turner, $94.85; small payments, 
$126.35 464 02 

Carried forward 200, 373 82 



V— 134 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1018 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia— Continued. $ cts. 

Havres et rivieres: Jfouvelle-Ecosse— Suite. 

Brought forward 200, 373 82 

Seaforth, repairs to shore protection ($371.07) — 

Foreman, 20 d., $61.40; labourers, $212.90 . . 274 30 

Plank, 1,000 ft., $30; 370 1. ft. timber, $32.40; sundry, $9.12 71 52 

I egal services, Murray <fe McKinnon, Halifax t 25 25 

Short Beach, extension to breakwater ($4,076.17) — 

Conductor, Jos. Eldridge, 63 d. at $3,; labourers at $3, $150, at $2.25, $103.51, at $2, $1,680. . 2,128 51 
( Irowell, S. A. & Co.: 430 lb. bolt ends at 12c; 8,221 lb. iron at 5c; 7 keg spikes, $87.50; 

sundries, $99.50 649 65 

Logs, 182 1. ft. at 10c, 12,162 1. ft. at 9c; 13,176 ft. lumber, $319.16; poles, 6,660 1. ft. at 4c, 
775 l.ft. at 3c; smithwork, $153.02; sundries, $23.40. Paid as follows: S. Allen, 
§50.24; F. Buller, $56.79; Churchill, A., $114.68, I., $66.87; G. Delaney, $324.69; 
Durkee, H., $134.10, R., $88.80; E. Ellis, $91.53; B. Grant, $153.02; M. Mullen, 
$169.43; H. Pilman, $50.49; A. Winter, $73.26; J. White, $140.63; small payments, 
$383.48 1,898 01 

Shubenacadie River: Dominion Atlantic Ry.: on account, replacing lift span with new swing 

span in bridge 23, 000 00 

Sight Point, repairs to wharf: hardware, $31 .73; labour, $217.90; lumber, $49.70 299 33 

Sober Island, repairs to wharf ($264.81)— 

Foreman, 11 d., $38.50; labourers at $2.75, $105.86 144 36 

Verge, J. D., Sons: hardware, $41.28; 625 1. ft, logs, $62.50; 667 1. ft. plank, $16.67 120 45 

South Bar: caretaker, y. to Mar. 31, 1918, $180; picking up material on beach, 12 d., $30; team 

hire, 6 d., $18. Paid as follows: Donald McLeod, $195; small payments, $33 228 00 

South Ingonish Beach, repairs to breakwater: labour, $35.50; sundry, $9.25 44 75 

South Side (Donald's Head) extension to breakwater: King's Printer's account 30 57 

South Wallace, improvement to wharf ($605.04)— 

Foreman, 23* d., $74.75; labourers, etc., $155.72 230 47 

Gumming, Wm„ smithwork, $60.14; Woodland, J. B., 9,422 ft. lumber, $188.44 248 58 

Sutherland, J. R.: 1,526 lb. iron at 4c; hardware, $24.15 85 19 

Logs, 240 1. ft., $12; 36 c. y. stone, $28.80 40 80 

Summerville, repairs to wharf ($174.80) — 

Foreman, 13| d., $40.68; labourers at $2.25, $61.32 102 09 

Hardware, $29.05; 3 in. plank, 1,200 ft., $23.58; sundry, $20.17 72 80 

Swim's Point, repairs to wharf ($656.09) — 

Foreman, 19 d., $57; labourers, etc., $69.50 126 50 

Crowell, T. C., smithwork, $7.20; Kenny, J. A., 3,162 1. ft. logs, $294.18 301 38 

Niekerson, M. A.: 1,500 lb. iron rings, $96; 4 a. use of scow, $60; towage, $41.68; hardware, 

etc., $30.53 228 21 

Three Fathom Harbour, repairs to protection work ($810.18) — 

Foreman, M. Crowell, 53 d., $162.71; carpenters, at $2.50, $70; labourers at $2, $290.50. . . . 523 21 

Simmonds, James: iron, $50.32; sundries, $5.81 56 13 

Logs, 2,428 l.ft. at 8c, 252 1. ft. at 5c, 800 1. ft. at 3c Paid as follows: W. Gates, $77.08; 

G. E. Graham, $14.56; N . Monette, $139.20 230 84 

Tiverton, repairs to breakwater ($1,416.28) — 

Conductor, N. Small, 24 d., $84.06; labourers, etc., $350.88 434 94 

Marshall, H. H., 25,000 ft. plank, $650; Small Bros., hardware, $134.20 784 20 

Bolts, 870 lb., $10.87; freight, $82.63; timber at 8c, $103.64. Paid as follows: A. Bou- 

tilier, $52.07; S. Small, $33.08; small payments, $61.99 197 14 

Trout Cove, removal of rock and gravel, etc. ($1,495.70)— 

Foreman, F. M. Dakin, 24 d. at $3; labourers, etc., $184.50 256 50 

Boutilier, A. & Co.: towing, $40; sundries, $50.45 90 45 

Condon, M. A., 16 h. p. engine, $475; Engineers and Contractors, orangepeel bucket, $575. . 1,050 00 
Hire of motor boat, $15; scow, $35; rent of scow, 53 d., $26.50; windlass. $10; sundries, 
i $12.25 98 75 

Vogler's Cove, repairs to wharf: labour, $110.74; plank, $12.72; sundry, $1.56 125 02 

West Arichat, repairs to wharf ($566.48)— 

Foreman, P. H. Dugas, 7 d., $21, outlay $7.70; labourers, $20 48 70 

McLean, A. N.: hardwood, 12,030 ft., $306.75; rd. lumber, 856 ft., $85.60; freight, etc., $36 428 35 

Freight, $30; hauling logs, ,$16; 200 lb. spikes, $14; sundries, $29.43 89 43 

West Chezzetcook, repairs to breakwater: conductor, 17 d., $59.59; labourers, at $2, $134; 

spikes, $6.15 » 199 65 

West Chezzetcook, repairs to wharf: conductor, 13 d., $39.91; labourers, etc., $143; sundries, 

$10.90 1 198 81 

Westport, repairs to wharf ($208.71) — 

Conductor, 12$ d., $37.50; labourers, etc., $32.75 70 25 

Churchill, J. H.: hardwood, 154 l.ft., $40.04; 4-in. plank, 2,100 ft., $58.80; smithwork, 

etc, $39.62 138 46 

Weymouth, repairs to wharf ($150.65) — 

Dunbar, Jas.: hardwood deals, 3,691 ft. at $20 73 82 

Labour, $64.40; sundries, $12.43 ; • • 76 83 

White Point, clearing landing: 10 bags cement, $8; labourers, etc., $54.48; 119 h. team hire, 

$41.65... 104 13 

Carried forward 236,000 06 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia— Concluded. $ eta. 

Havres et rivifcres: Nouveile-Ecosse — Fin. 

Brought forward 236, 000 06 

Whycocomagh, repairs to wharf and freight shed ($254.12) — 

Foreman, 10 d., $30; carpenters, etc., $132.75 162 75 

Plank, 3,500 ft., $70; sundries, $21.37. Paid as follows: M. Matheson, $57.37; small 

payments, $34 91 37 

Windsor, repairs to wharf ($469.98)— 

Atlantic Lumber Co. : lumber, 14,801 ft 

Hardware, $27; hauling lumber, $13; labour, $118.98; repairs to boat landing, $20.16 



290 84 
179 14 


133 00 

67 00 


269 01 

125 52 

"8 49 

93 35 

74 92 



Wolfville, repairs to wharf ($200)— 

Conductor, R. E. Harris: services, 15 d. at $3; brush, $50; supplies, $46.09; less $8.09 

over-expenditure 

Labourers at $2, $48; team hire, etc., $19 

Yarmouth Harbour, repairs and improvements ($553.37) — 

Conductor at $3, $73.65; carpenters, etc., $195.36 

Churchill, Mrs. G. W.: logs, 1,569 1. ft. at 8c 

Crowell, S. A. & Co.; iron at 5- 15c, $59.39; sundry, $9.10 

Ballast poles, $24; hardware, $6.25; smithwork, $14.39; plank, $37.65; spikes, $3.05 

Young's Landing, repairs to wharf: labour, $37.60; lumber, $32; hardware, $5.32 

Antigonish District ($12,715.01) — 

Resident engineer, E. G. Millidge, 10 m. to Jan 2, 250 00 

Assistant engineers: W. S. Archibald, y., $900; A. Bernasconi, y., $1,500; H. McDonald, 

y., $1,000; J. C. McDonald, y., $1,000; A. McGillivray, y., $1,300; A. G. Stronach, 

y., $1 ,500 7, 200 00 

Stenographer, Miss C. Macdonald, y 700 09 

Travel and outlay: W. S. Archibald, $54.55; A. Bernasconi, $1,066.20; H. McDonald, 

$594.85; J. C. McDonald, $9.90; A. McGillivray, $372.51; E. G. Millidge, $87.85; 

A. G. Stronach, $353.46 2,539 32 

Hardware, $8.10: tolls, $17.59 25 69 

Halifax District ($24,669.99)— 

Resident engineers; C. E. W. Dodwell, y., $3,000; W. P. Morrison, y., $2,366.64 5,365 64 

Assistant engineers: O. S. Cox, y., $1,616.62; G. H. Boyce, 11 m. to Feb., $1,100; J. R. 

Freeman, y., $2,066.64; G. A. Little, Sept., 1916, Apr. 1 to Oct. 6, 1917, $539.52; M. 

Macdonald, y., $1,200; H. N. Putnam, y., $1,966.67; T. M. Schenk, y., $1,666.60 10,156 05 

Chief inspector, A. McMurray, Jan.-Mar 499 98 

Clerk accountant, C. E. Hamilton, y 1,200 00 

Stenographers: Miss E. B. Blois, y., $691.63; Miss F. Dodwell, June 15 to 20, 1917, Jan. 

14 to Feb. 4, 1918, $51.88; Miss D. C. Linton, y., $850 1,593 51 

travel and outlay: O. S. Cox, $416.35; G. H. Boyce, $794.35; C. E. W. Dodwell, $1,258.03; 

J. R. Freeman, $1,270.63; G. A. Little, $19.25; A. McMurray, $202.54; W. P. Morrison, 

$506.55; H. N. Putnam, $930.40; T. M. Schenk, $352.68 5, 750 78 

Maritime Telephone & Telegraph Co., tolls 78 20 

Sounding chains, $17.70; sundries, $7.13 24 83 

North Sydney District ($10,554.19)— 

District engineer, G. A. Bernasconi, y 2, 500 09 

Assistant engineers: R. H. Cooper, y., $1,500; L. Cunningham, y., $1,200; M. McKean, 

y., $1,600 4, 300 00 

Draughtsman, H. P. Bernasconi, y., $1,000; clerk, Miss A. Connell, $687.46 1, 687 46 

Travel and outlay: G. A. Bernasconi, $606.43; R. H. Cooper, $605.18; L. Cunningham, 

$398; M. McKean, $457.12 2,066 73 

Shelbume District ($5,303.31)— 

District engineer, T. J. Locke, y. 2, 500 00 

Assistant, N. C. Ralston, y., $1,533.32; clerk, Miss A. M. Jones, $691.63 2, 224 95 

Travel and outlay: T. J. Locke, $372.55; N. C. Ralston, $205.81 578 36 

Exchequer Court award to John Smith, $50; less cost of action, $30 . 20 00 

Kings' Printer, $38.71; Stationery Office at Ottawa, $733.54 772 25 

Detailed with Harbour and Rivers, New Brunswick (Page V — 140) 22 71 

Total , 291,699 91 

Less — 

Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 213) 41,026 71 

Surveys and Inspections (Page V — 221) 10, 146 44 

51,173 15 



Total, as on page V— 128 240,436 76 



V — 136 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers, Prince Edward Island: Summary. 

Havres et rivieres, He du Prince- Edouard: Sommaire. $ cts. 

Annandale, repairs to wharf 172 62 

Harbours and rivers, generally 2, 539 29 

Hurd's Point, Bedeque, repairs to wharf, etc 295 00 

Little Sands, improvement to wharf 1, 101 41 

Miminegash, repairs to breakwaters, etc. 2, 134 70 

Port Selkirk, repairs to piers 643 88 

Souris, repairs to breakwaters 876 36 

Tigpish, repairs to breakwaters 1, 993 79 

Wood Islands, repairs to breakwaters 340 42 

Total, carried to page V— 2. . . 10,097 47 

Harbours and Rivers: Prince-Edward Island. 
Havres et rivieres: He du Prince-Edouard. 

Annandale, repairs to wharf ($172.62) — 

Conductor, J. Chaffey, 11$ d., S28.75; labourers, etc., $39.50 68 25 

Poole, L. M.& Co.: timber, $43.02; freight, etc., $8.60 ,.. 5162 

Cartage, $21; hardware, $12.75; rent of ground, $10; 2 posts, $9 52 75 

Cardigan, repairs to wharf: gravel and stone, $14.90; sundries, $5. 10 20 00 

Hickey's wharf, repairs: labour, $19.75; 10 c. yd. stone, $10 29 75 

Hurd's Point, Eedeque, wharf repairs, etc. ($295) — 

Poole, L. M. & Co.: 3-in. hemlock, 6,9*5 ft., $138.90; freight, etc., $15.55 154 45 

Labour, $97.50; lumber, $19.95; sundries, $23.10 140 55 

Litt'e Sands, repairs to wharf ($1, 101.41) — 

Foreman, A. B. McNeiU, 35 d. at $3; labourers, 130 d. at $2; horse hire, 5 d. at $1 370 00 

Crabbe Hardware Co.: drift bolts at 7c, $145.18; spikes, $13; freight, $3.81 16199 

McLean, G. A., hardwood at $22, $422 40; McLean, J., ballast at 80c, $86.40 508 80 

Phillips, Mutch & McLean, bolts, $28.62; Sickles, J., plank, $32 60 62 

McPherson's Cove, repairs to roadway approach, labour 40 00 

Miminigash, repairs to breakwaters and beach protection works ($2, 134.70) — 

Conductor, A. O'Brien, 57£ d„ $1/2.50; labourers, etc., $563. 10 735 60 

Cartage, $31; coal, $33.66; drift bolts at 7c, $228.97; 3-in. deals at $20, $195.60; freight, 
$37.57: hardware, $50.07: 12-ft. to 18-ft. piles, 290, $495.75; rent of engine, Nov., 
1917, $20; 5 keg spikes, $35; steel wire at 14c per ft., $15.40; sq. timber at $24, $209.23; 
sundry, $6.10. Paid as follows: W. P. Callaghan, $74.72; Crabbe Hardware Co., 
$233.94; M. Kinch, $218. 60; M. O'Brien, $137.58; J. A. Rix, $137.15; Jas. Sullivan, 

$97.93; small payments, $458.43 1,358 35 

Legal services, N. McQuarrie, Summerside 40 75 

Mount Stewart, repairs to wharf, labour, etc 16 60 

Murray Harbour, repairs to wharf ($126.97) — 

Poole, L. M. & Co.: 2-in. hemlock, 2,305 ft., $46. 10; sundry, $9.40.' 55 50 

Labour, $50; hardware, etc, $21.47 71 47 

Panmure, repairs to wharf: labour, $23; 34 c yd. stone, $17 40 00 

Pinette, repairs to pier: labour, $29.50; lumber, $37.20; hardware, $6.75 73 45 

Port Selkirk, repairs to pier ($643.88)— 

Conductor, J. R. McRae, at $3, $108; labourers at $1 .75, $103.24; team hire, $9 220 24 

Batt, Capt. Wm. H.: towing scow from Charlottetown to Port Selkirk and return 50 00 

Dixon, J.: timber, 4 ton $52; 22 ft. piles, 330 1. ft. at 12c 91 60 

Poole, L. M. & Co., 3-in. hemlock deals, 5,200 ft. at $22, 1,250 ft. at $24 144 40 

Hardware, $55.43; drift-bolts, 438 lb. at 7|c; coal, 5 ton at $8; sundries, $9.36 137 64 

Queen's Wharf, repairs, labour 40 00 

Rocky Point, placing guard rail On wharf ($115 . 1 1) — 

Poole, L. M. & Co.: lumber, 1,782 ft., $52.86; sundries, $1.90 54 76 

Labour, $30; hardware, $30.35 60 35 

Rustico Beach, protection works: 11 loads brush, $14.85; labour, $142; 42 lb. rope, $15.96; 

20 ft. spruce piles, 8 at $3; towing raft, $16; sundries, $11.91. .'. 224 72 

Souris, repairs to breakwater ($876.36) — 

Foreman, D. J. Mclsaac, 33| d., $100.50; carpenters, 84 d., $210 310 50 

Gillian, Wm.: ballast stone, 120 c yd., $120; sundries, $10 130 00 

McPherson, A.: hemlock timber at $25, $128.70; freight, $17.20 145 90 

Poole, L. M. & Co.: spruce at $27.50, $111.87; freight, $12.30 124 17 

Bolts, $39.75; hemlock, $22: iron, $30. 16; spruce ties, $27; sundries, $46.88 165 79 

South Rustico, repairs to pier: labour, $69.50; 3-in. hemlock plank, 1,994 ft., $39.88; spikes, 

$5.75 115 13 

Carried forward 6,065 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 137 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers: Prince Edward Island— Concluded. $ cts. 

Havres et rivieres: He du Prince-Edouard— Fin. 

Brought forward 6, 065 70 

Tignish, repairs to breakwater ($1,993.79)— 

Foreman, Jas. Mclnnis, 58} d., $175.50; labourers at $2, $410.50; team hire, etc., $109.81. . 695 81 

Cross ties, 22-ft., 31 at $2.75, 84 1. ft. at 12c; drift bolts at 7c, $145.18; freight, $16.98; 
hardware, $98.98; lumber, 29,719 ft., $716.78; piles, etc, 1,8401. ft., $181; rent of boat, 4 
m., $10; smithwork, $23.53; sundry, $7.20. Paid as follows: Bruce Stewart & Co., 
$55.90; Capt. P. Costain, $o37.71; Crabbe Hardware Co., $150.16; Ed. O'Brien, 
$59.05; Jas. O'Rourke, $72.50; L. M. Poole & Co., $82.06; small payments, $240.60. . 1,297 98 

West Point, repairs to wharf: labour, $35; 4-in. plank, 1,257 ft., $26.38; sundry, $5.90 67 28 

Wood Island, repairs to breakwater: hemlock, 11,596 ft. at $19; labour, $92.74; 4 keg spikes, 

$27; sundry, 37c Paid as follows: W. Taylor, $o2.20; small payments, $278 .22 340 42 

Charlottetown Office ($8,751.14)— 

Consulting engineer, J. B. Hegan, $2,800; district engineer, W. E. Hyndman, $2,400 5, 200 00 

Clerk, H. E. Miller, y., $1,149.99; draughtsman, J. C. Milford, y., $1,108.84; steno- 
grapher, Miss F. Currie, $681.63 2,940 46 

Travel and outlay: W. E. Hyndman, $212.63; J. C. Milford, $211.35; H.E.Miller, 

$186.70 610 68 

General foreman, John White: services, y., $1,080; outlay, $401 .44 1,481 44 

Generally: Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 sections, ends and legs, $66; 200 folders, $12.80; 200 

guides, $15. 93 80 

King's Printer, $5.23; Stationery Office, $49.81 55 04 

Total : 18,848 61 

Less charged to: — 

Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 213) 8, 140 46 

Surveys and Inspections (Page V— 221) 610 68 8, 751 14 



Total, as on page V— 136 10,097 47 



Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick: Summary. 
Havres et rivieres, Nouveau-Brunswick: Sommaire. 

Anderson's Hollow, repairs to wharf 544 89 

Bathurst Harbour, improvements 13, 393 08 

Campbellton, repairs to wharf 1, 292 78 

Fort Dufferin, repairs to breastwork 9, 998 63 

Gagetown, wharf 465 09 

Grand Anse, repairs to breakwater 1 , 723 43 

Harbours and rivers, generally 8, 290 49 

Mills Point, repairs to wharf 545 01 

Neguac, repairs to wharf - 1, 931 25 

Quaco, St. Martin, reconstruction of east breakwater 360 85 

Richibucto Cape, breakwater 1, 799 37 

Shippigan Gully, repairs to breakwater, etc 3, 672 24 

Shippigan Wharf, improvements " 1,895 59 

St. John Harbour, extension and repairs to Negropoint breakwater 1, 777 91 

St. John, rebuilding extension to low water landing ,. 1, 288 98 

St. Nicholas River, repairs to wharf 735 02 

Stonehaven, repairs to breakwater 483 55 

Tracadie Beach, repairs to breastworks 403 50 

Tynemouth Creek, Breakwater ' 1, 524 29 

Welchpool, repairs to wharf 30 61 

Total, carried to page V— 2 52, 156 56 



Harbours and Rivers: New Brunswick. 
Havres et rivieres: Nouveau-Brunswick. 

Albert, improvements: foreman, 28 d., $84; labourers, $283.89; gravel, $7.40 375 29 

Anderson's Hollow, repairs to wharf ($544.89) — 

Foreman, W. H. Martin, 12 d., $36; labourers at $2.50, $220.01 256 01 

Lumber, 10,429 ft., $257. 18; 12-in. spikes, 3 kegs at $7; sundry, $10.70 288 88 

Barker's Wharf, repairs: 1,000 ft. deals, $20; hardware, $11.39; sundry, $4.75 36 14 

River, wharf ($226.16)— 

Foreman, 8 d., $20; labourers at $1 .75, $63 .89; carters, $45. 12 129 01 

Ballast flooring, 1,026 1. ft., $26.65; 150 lb. iron bolts, $12 37 65 

Legal services, G. A. Hutchinson, Richibucto 59 50 

Carried forward 1, 182 48 



V — 138 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1017-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. .919 

Harbours and Rivers: New Brunswick— Continued . $ cts. 

Havres et rivieres: Nouveau-Brunswick— Suite. 

Brought forward 

Bathurst Harbour, improvements ($13,393.08)— 

Detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V — 169; 

Propellor shaft, $15.75; repairing motor-boat, $26.70; sundry, $14.20 

Bay du Vin, repairs to wharf, labour, etc 

Burton Court House, repairs to wharf ($223.50) — 

Smith, G.: 5,000 ft. hemlock, $95; hardware, $39 

Labour, $77.50; stone, etc., $12 

Campbellton, repairs to wharf ($1,292.78)— 

Conductor, J. Wood: services, 69 d. at $3; outlay, $10. 15 

Carpenters at $3, $123; masons at $3.25, $127.56; labourers, etc., $111 , 

Chatterton, J. C: gravel at $1.25, $99.68; stone at $1.50. $41.25 

Richard Mfg. Co.: spruce, 4,053 ft. at $28, 2,171 ft. at $22.50; sundry, $16.06 

Stewart, D. A.: 103£ brl. cement, $326.03; sundries, $17.56; less bags returned, $32. 18. . . . 

Smithwork, $24.22; timber, $25; sundries, $34.41 

Caraquet wharf, road for removing snow, labour, etc 

Chockfish, repairs to breakwater: 39 loads brush, $39; labour, $100.25 

Dipper Harbour, repairs to breakwater ($294.11) — 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: 2, 110 lb. drift bolts, $110.77; freight, $2.25 

Labour, $123.90; hardware, $26.85; foundry work, $9.35; sundry, $20.99 

Durham, repairs to wharf: labour, $195.30; lumber, etc., $48.73 

Edgetts' Landing, repairs: labour, $60.12; sundries, $10 

Fairhaven, repairs to wharf: labour, $35.50; lumber, $12.93; sundries, $16.45 

Fort DufTerin, repairs to breakwater ($9,998.63)— 

Carpenters: at $3.60, $381.60; at $3.25, $664.64; at $3, $1,755 

Helpers at $2.75, $101.75; teams at $6, $132; sundry labour, $126 

Bell & Co., T.: hemlock at $26, $996.52; spruce at $40, $396; piling at 18c, $1,091.52; 
poles at 14c, $112.84 

Leahey, E. O.: lumber at $27.50, $213.84; rent of steam hoister, Nov. 5 to 21, $750 

Lewis & Son, W.: bolts, 2,575 lb. drift, $127.46, 1,956 lb. screw, $145.72; 450 lb. washers, 
$13.50 

Moore, J. E., hemlock at $22, $917.14; Thorne & Co., W. H., hardware, $93.38 

Robert Roberts & Sons: driving piles, 200 round at $5, 115 batter at $3 

Stone ballast, 220£ cu. yd., $544.75. Paid as follows: G. H. Clarke, $126.25; Kane & 
Ring, $327; A. J. Wheaton, $91.50 

Rubber boots, 6 pr., $28.22; 600 I. ft piling, $48; 55 cu. yd. rock, $13.75 

Gagetown wharf ($465.09)— 

Purchase price of property: Municipality of Queen's County (H. G. Gilder, treasurer) $1; 
R. H. Weston, $100 

Foreman, 22 d., $66; labourers, etc., $134.13 : 

Drift bolts, 820 lb., $45.10; lumber, 4,046 ft., $70.28; 602 1. ft. spruce facing, $18.06; smith- 
work, $10; 22 cu. yd. stone, $16.50; sundries, $4.02. Paid as follows: F. T. Mahoney, 

$51.27; small payments, $112.69 

Glasier's Wharf, repairs: 1, 150 ft. timber, $23; hardware, etc., $10.97 

Grand Anse, repairs to breakwater ($1,723.43)— 

Foreman, 55 d., $129; carpenters, etc., $323.96 452 96 

Bolts, 1,300 lb. at 7c, 1,000 lb. at fto.; cartage, $17; 20 ft. chain, $10; freight, $13.43; 
hardware, $14.76; 21 spruce knees, $96; spruce logs, 6,059 1. ft., $605.20; 2,850 ft. 
plank, etc, $117.32; 1, 190 1. ft ballast poles, $47.60; 7 keg spikes, $44.80; 118-85 cu. yd. 
stone, $126.81; storage of tools, 1 y., $12; sundries, $22.05. Paid as follows: Landry, 
J. L., $117.20, T., $51; Wm. Lewis & Son, $150.30; S. Poirier, $283.14; J. D. Walker, 
$80; Whelton, Jas., $80.24, Ned., $62.22, W., $136.40; small payments, $309.97. .. . 

Hopewell Cape, repairs to wharf approach, labour 

Leonardville, repairs to wharf ($150.02) — 

Mabee, G. W., 1,783 ft. spruce deals 

Hardware, $22.60; labour, $60; lumber, $5 

Lord's Cove, repairs to wharf : labour, $24; 32-ft. logs, 6 at $2.50; sundry, $10.95 

Lorneville Wharf, repairs to roadway: foreman, 4-7 d., $14.10; labourers, etc, $61.10 

Lower Jemseg, repairs to wharf, lumber, etc 

Martin's Head, reconstructing breastwork: foreman, M. Wallace, 28 d., $84; engineer, C. 

Cooper, 28 d., $103.60; labourers, etc., $405.98; hardware, $4.25 597 83 

Millerton, repairs to wharf: foreman, J. D. Lyon, 17-4 d„ $69.60; labourers at $2, $49; team 

hire, double at $5, $234, single at $3, $27 379 60 

Mill's Point, repairs to wharf ($545.01) — 

Foreman, 14^ d., $36.25; labourers, etc., $133.50 

Reinsborrow, Chas.: hemlock, 12,204 ft. at $17; pine, 6,451 ft. at $19 

Spikes, 646 lb. at 7c 

Moulie's River, repairs to landing ($421.02) — 

Purchase price of property, F. Olsen 

Foreman, 6 d., $32.50; labourers, etc, $91.55; team hire, $128.87 

Bolts, 270 lb., $21.60; 600 1. ft. poles, $12; towage, $7 

Legal services, G. A. Hutchinson, Richibucto 

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1,182 48 


3,336 43 
56 65 
10 32 


134 00 
89 50 


217 15 
361 56 
140 93 
178 40 
311 11 
83 63 
39 85 
139 25 


113 02 

181 09 

244 03 

70 12 

64 88 


2,801 24 
359 75 


2,596 88 
963 84 


286 68 
1,010 52 
1,345 00 


544 75 

89 97 


101 00 
200 13 


163 96 
33 97 



1,270 47 
9 75 


62 42 
87 60 
49 95 
75 20 
7 21 



169 75 

330 04 

45 22 

50 00 

252 92 

40 60 

77 50 


31.411 11 



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V— 139 



Harbours and Rivers: New Brunswick— Continued. 
Havres et rivieres: Nouveau-Brunswiek— Suite. 

Brought forward 



$ cts. 



Neguac, repairs to wharf ($1,93L25) — 

Foreman, Samuel Martin: services, 29j d. at $3; outlay, $42.85 

Carpenters, $77.68; labourers, $313.50; carters, $90 

Allain, W. A.: ballast hauled, 86 cu. yd 

Butler, P., lumber at $14, $226.54; Ross, F., lumber at $15, $286.92 

Lewis & Son, Wm.: drift bolts, at 5ic, $474.07; spikes, $18; freight, $22.32 

Stone ballast, $46; rope, $13.38; smithwork, $12.30; sundries, $47.94 

Oak Point: deals, 500 ft., $10; labour, etc., $9.99 

Quaco, St. Martin, reconstruction of eastern breakwater ($931.55) — 

Conductor, O. Brown, 3% d., $17.50; foreman, 8 d., $70; carpenters, at $3. $150 

Carson, T. B.: lumber, at $30, $131.79, at $22, $83.75 

Board, 15% d. at $2; hardware, $16.37; 852 ft. lumber, $24.18; 3 keg spikes, $17.85; 
sundry, $28.26 

Legal services, B. L. Gerow, St. John 

Renforth, repairs to wharf: foundry work, $24.83, labour, etc., $14.83 

Richardson, completion of floating slip: hardware, $21.75; labour, 6 d., $18 

Richibucto Cape, repairs to breakwater ($1,922.56) — 

Foreman, J. S. LeBlanc: services, 108 d. at $3; outlay, $5.75 

Labourers, etc., $771.53; team hire, $357.84 

Drift bolts, 2,690 lb., $150.17; 7,455 ft. deals, $130.83; freight, $7.56; hardware, $16.71; 
stone, 121% cu. yd. at 90c, 323 cu. yd. at 5c; smithwork, $32.67. Paid as follows: 
T. C. Burns, $95.14; Wm. Lewis & Son, $157.73; Ed. D. Richard, $89.55; small 

payments, $121.02 .- 

Rothesay, repairs to wharf: labour, $47.38; poles, $2.25 

Scotchtown, repairs to wharf: labour, etc., $20; lumber, $10.75 

Seal Cove, repairs to breakwater: labour, $13; 500 ft. spruce, $20 

Shediac, repairs to wharf: labour, $32; lumber, etc, $46.59 

Shippigan Gully, repairs to breakwater and breastworks ($3,672.24) — 

Foreman, S. G. Robichaud: services, 43 d. at $3; freight, $18.57 

Carpenters, 77 d. at $2.25, 175% d. at $2 

Labourers, 153% d. at $1.75; cartage, $112.50 

Lewis & Son, Wm.: 5,017 lb. bolts at 7-45c; 2,095 lb. washers at 7c; freight, $27.06 . . 

O'Leary.R.: 139 lb. rope, $61.16; spikes, etc., $47.04 

Smith, Wm.: 1, 110 lb. iron, $138.75; bolts, etc., $17.30 

Brush, $200; cartage, $23; coal, $27.60; dory, $15; 1,906 pickets at 16c; piles, 228 at 
$2.65, 50 at $1, 300 at 40c; smithwork, $44.04; stone, $69; towage, $30.50; waling, 
16 pes. at $5, 5, 640 ft., $129.12; sundries, $92.27; less freight, $13.80. Paid as follows: 
O. Arseneau, $367.12; J. T. Boudreau, $139.25; T. Comeau, $58.60; S. Gionet, $70.50, 
M. Paquet, $53; A. Planton, $117.75; Robichaud, Ad., $132.50, Alex, $229, G. F. 
$160.96, J. F., $85, Jos. $93.75; small payments, $268.46 

Legal services, Geo. Gilbert, Bathurst 

Shippigan Harbour, wharf improvements ($1,895.59) — 

Conductor, Theo. Gognen: services, 58 d. at $3; outlay, $30.83 

Carpenters, 82 d. at $2.25, 104 d. at $2; carters, 30 d. at $3; labourers, 871- d. at $1.75. . . . 

Arseneau, S. O., piles, 125 at $2.80; Delagrade, C, piles, 30 at $2.75 

Lewis & Son, Wm.: bolts and washers, $315.91; freight, $20.52 

Robichaud, V. T.: piles, 61 at $2.75, 7 at $4 

Coal, $22.80; rope, $25; water, $12.50; sundries, $30.62 

South Branch, repairs to roadway and approach to wharf ($359.52) — 
* Conductor, 13 d., $32.50; carpenters, etc., $186.27 

Collins, W. C, 3,800 ft. hemlock 

Cutting lumber, 3,500 ft., $12.25; wire fencing at 50c per rod, $19.50; stumping at $6 per 

1,000, $21; sundry, $34.80 

St. Andrew's, laying covering on market wharf ($541.26)— 

Foreman, 31 d., $106; carpenters, 17 d., $68 

Cartage, $5.50; freight, $10.95; hardware, $14.71; lumber, 8,488 ft. at $23, sundry, $125.84; 
smithwork, $15.04. Paid as follows: Christie Wood Working Co., $50.61; J. D. 

Grimmer, $213.44; J. A. Likely, $54.01; small payments, $49.20 

St. John Harbour, extension and repairs to Negro Point breakwater ($1,777.91) — 

Foreman, 14 d. at $6; drillers, 45 d. at $3 

Caretaker, J. T. Smith, services, y to Mar. 31 

Advertising, $786.60; King's Printer's account, $42.31 

St. John, rebuilding extension to low water landing ($1,288.98) — 

Carpenters: at $3.60, $32.40; at $3.25, $29.25; at $3, $505.50 

Bell & Co., T.: 7,200 ft. spruce at $40 

Gregory, J. S., dredging for cribs at landing 

Leahey, E. O., rent of steam hoister and tug boat, Nov. 26 

Lewis & Son, Wm.: 1,235 1b. bolts, $61.13; 3041b. screws, $22.65 

McAvity & Son, T., hardware, $10.05; Wheaton, A. J., 60 cu. yd. ballast, $90 

Carried forward 



31,411 11 


130 60 


481 18 


172 00 


513 46 


514 39 


119 62 


19 99 


237 50 


215 54 


117 66 


360 85 


39 66 


39 75 


329 75 


1,129 37 


463 44 


49 63 


30 75 


33 00 


78 59 


147 57 


524 25 


381 11 


547 47 


108 20 


156 05 



1,775 89 


31 70 


204 83 


635 16 


432 50 


336 43 


195 75 


90 92 


218 77 


53 20 



87 55 
174 00 



367 26 



219 00 
730 00 
828 91 

567 15 
288 00 
200 00 
50 00 
83 78 
100 05 


46,023 34 



V — 140 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: New Brunswick— Concluded. $ cts. 

Havres et rivieres: Nouveau-Bruns wick— Fin. 

Brought forward 46, 023 34 

St. Nicholas River, repairs to wharf ($735.02) — 

Foreman, John Lawson, at $2.50, $72.50; labourers, at $2, $293, at $1.75, $64.74; cartage, 

$166.75 596 99 

Burns, T. C, 5,852 ft. spruce deals at $18 105 33 

Lumber, $25.20; smithwork, $7.50 32 70 

Stonehaven, repairs to breakwater ($483.55) — 

Conductor, 21 d. at $3; labourers, etc., 17 d. at $2.25, 52f d. at $2 206 75 

Lumber, $27.69; stone, 44 yd., small, at $1, 94-83 yd. at $2; sundries, $15.45. Paid as 

follows: L. Dempsey, $67; Smith & Chamberlain, $65.50; small payments, $144.30. . 276 80 

Tracadie Beach, repairs to breakwater ($403.50) — 

Braces, 400 at 4c; 12,000 cu. ft. brush, $225; labour, $99.50; 700 pickets at 8c; 100 lb. 
spikes, $7. Paid as follows: Geo. Sonier, $122; J. D. Young, $130; small payments, 

$151.50 403 50 

Tynemouth Creek, reconstruction and repairs ($1,524.29)— 

Conductor, 24 d. at $4; carpenters, 107$ d. at $3; men and boat, 24 d. at $5; team and 

driver, 11 d. at $6 604 50 

Carson, T. B.: spruce, 6,116 ft. at $20, 2,110 1. ft. at 3c 185 62 

Gough, F., freight, $25; Lewis & Son, Wm., bolts at 5Jc, $519.23 544 23 

Longbery, B.: deal, 4,250 ft. at $18; iron, $4.40 80 90 

Thorne & Co., W. H.: 84 lb. rope, $32.76; sundry hardware, $76.28 109 04 

Welchpool, repairs to wharf: labour, $13.50; removing shaft from drum and gear and fitting 

new shaft, $17.11 30 61 

Whitehead, repairs to wharf: labour, $38.84; lumber, 4,000 ft. plank, $82, 785 1. ft. spruce, 
$21.72; spikes, $17.28; sundries, $25.50. Paid as follows: Jos. Roderick & Son, $55.35; 

small payments, $129.99 185 34 

General foreman. M. J. Poirier: services, y. to Mar. 31, 1918. $1,200; outlay, $736.16' 1,936 16 

Chatham District, (S13.861.35) — 

District engineer, G. Stead, y., 2,700 00 

Assistant engineers: H. R. Logie, y. $1,400; G. E. Martin, y. $1,800; A. W. Wilbur, y., 

$1,800; J. P. Wood, y., $1,800 6,800 00 

Stenographer: Miss L. M. Kane, y., $691.63; Miss C. M. McLean, y., $700 1,391 63 

Travel and outlay of officials: H. R. Logie, $254.46; G. E. Martin, $585.44; G. Stead, 

$825.31; A. W. Wilbur, $455*30; J. P. Wood, $543.85 2,664 36 

New Brunswick Telephone Co., tolls , 87 20 

Sproul, G. J., rent of warehouse, y. to Oct. 14, 1917 60 00 

Ice augers, 6 for $24; installing blue print apparatus, $61 .85; painting, &c, 2 setts surveyors 

poles, $10; plumbing repairs, $28.78; photographic supplies, $14.82; telegrams, $18.71 158 16 

St. John District ($22,982.84)— 

Consulting engineer, E. T. P. Shewen, $2,700; district engineer, F. G. Goodspeed, $2,300. 5,000 00 
Assistant engineers: A. R. Crookshanks, $2,000; W. Z. Earle, Apr.-Jan., $2,250; W. C. 
Ewing, Apr. 1 to Feb. 4, $1,167.86; A. Gray, July-Mar., $2,358.28; W. J. Johnson, 
Apr. 1 to Oct. 7, $518.80; H. McKinney, y., $1,200; W. A. Munro, $1,200; A. G. 

Tapley, $1,700 12,394 94 

Clerks: Miss H. B. Bell, y., $1,050; Miss M. C. Irvine, $800; Miss H. A. McMurray, $800 2,650 00 
Messenger, H. Howe, Apr.-June, $195; stenographers, Miss D. L. Brown, y. $700, Miss 

E. Simon, $788.26 1,683 26 

Travel and outlay: W. C. Ewing, $240.75; J. T. Gibson, $76.67; F. G. Goodspeed, 

$362.84; W. J. Johnson, $122.91; W. A. Munro, Jr., $170.93; A. G. Tapley, $280.54.. 1,254 64 
King's Printer, $138.57; Stationery Office, $242.53 381 10 

Total " 88,547 10 

Less charged to: — 

Harbours and Rivers Nova Scotia (Page V— 135) 22 71 

Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 213) 32,424 83 

Surveys & Inspections (Page V— 221) 3,943 00 36,390 54 

Total, as on page V— 137 52, 156 56 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec: Summary. 
Havres et rivieres, Quebec: Sommaire. 

Anse aux Gascons, repairs to wharf 568 63 

Anse au Griffon, repairs to piers 1, 499 78 

Baie St. Paul, repairs to wharf 1 , 270 54 

Barachois de Malbaie, repairs to approach, etc 1,198 96 

Berthier, en bas, repairs to wharf 994 40 

Cape Cove, repairs to pier 1,549 91 

Cascade Rapids, reconstruction of anchor-piers ■ 1,360 31 

Chicoutimi, repairs to wharf : 1,745 37 

Carried forward 10, 187 90 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 141 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec: Summary— Concluded. $ cts. 
Havres ct rhieres, Quebec: Sommaire— Fin. 

Brought forward 10, 187 90 

Clarke City, reconstruction of wharf 4, 155 44 

Cross Point, repairs to wharf 767 65 

Desjardins, repairs to wharf 2, 409 82 

Father Point, improvement to wharf 1 , 051 68 

Gaspe deep water wharf, repairs 1, 244 52 

Graham, reconstruction of wharf 3, 553 31 

Grindstone, repairs to wharf 1 , 665 47 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, repairs to wharf 4, 156 90 

Harbours and rivers, generally 52, 774 01 

Hudson, reconstruction of wharf 4, 799 91 

Isle aux Coudres, improvement to wharf 474 15 

Isle Perrot, North, repairs to wharf 1, 627 24 

Isle Verte, repairs to wharf , 2, 465 58 

Lacolle, repairs to wharf 2, 887 80 

Laprairie, protection works 147, 302 11 

Lotbiniere, repairs to wharf 1, 109 98 

Malbaie, repairs to piers 902 70 

Murray Bay, improvement and repairs to wharf -. 202 69 

Newport, repairs to breakwater 907 82 

Norway Bay, r epairs to wharf, etc 4, 703 70 

Ouareau River, repairs to ice-breaker 1 , 379 99 

Philipsburg, wharf , 2, 007 28 

Pointe Shea, Magdalen Islands, repairs to wharf 1, 192 75 

Pointe St. Pierre, repairs to breakwater ' 603 29 

Rimouski, harbour improvements 59,228 04 

River des Vases, repairs to pier 999 50 

River Quelle, repairs to wharf 5, 503 69 

Sabrevois, repairs to wharf 1,481 39 

St. Alexis, repairs to wharf 2,916 25 

St. Alphonse, repairs to wharf ; 706 14 

St. Andre de Kamouraska, repairs to wharf 1, 178 85 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre, repairs to wharf 650 88 

Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi, repairs to wharf 2, 760 24 

Ste. Anne des Monts, landing pier 6, 650 00 

St. Charles de C apian, removing debris and building outer end of wharf 1, 142 43 

Ste. Felicite, repairs to wharf 599 13 

St. Ignace de Loyola, repairs to dyke 660 51 

St. Irenee, repairs to wharf 588 22 

St. Jean des Chaillons, wharf approach 424 25 

St. Jerome, repairs to wharf 1 , 801 69 

St. Johns, to rebuild ice pier, etc 739 47 

St. Laurent, repairs to wharf 1,852 25 

St. Michel de Bellechasse, repairs to wharf 1, 599 67 

St. Paul, He aux Noix, repairs to wharf 777 56 

St. Ulric, repairs to wharf 1, 200 00 

St. Zotique, reconstruction of wharf . 1, 986 54 

Trois Pistoles, repairs to wharf, etc 999 37 

Varennes, protection works ; 1 , 232 81 

Woburn , repairs to wharf 195 50 

Yamaska, repairs to dam across Little Channel 671 15 

Total, carried to page V— 2 '. 353, 079 22 

Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Havres et rivieres: Quebec. 

Anse a Beaufils, repairs to breakwater: conductor, P. Cain, 5 d. at $2.50; labour, $19.50; 

cartage, $13 

Anse a Beaufils and Anse du Cap, surveys: labour, Sept.-Oct., 45? a. $91; sundry, $3.. 

Anse a l'Eau, repairs to wharf: labour 

An se aux Gascons, repairs to wharf ($568.63) — 

Conductor, Alex. Brotherton, Sept. 10-Oct. 25, 18 d. at $2.50, 12 at $3 

Carpenters, &c, 53 d. at $2.25, 5 at $2; carter, 8 d. at $2.50; A. Huard, overpaid $1. 

Stone at 50c. $307; spikes $19.98; sundries, $10.40 

A„ QP a ux Gascons, survey: board, 9 d., $18; labour, $28; sundries, $13.11 

a «p au Griffon, repairs to piers ($1,499.78)— 

Conductor, O. Chouinard, Sept. 15-Nov. 8, 41 d. at $2.50 

T a bourers, 90£ d. at $2, 278£ at $1.50; carters, 282-2 d. at $2.50 

r. OI1) $32.41; hardware &c, $39.37; sawing, $21.25 

* a+ Jean, repairs to flooring of wharf: labour, $35.75; materials, $15.02 

A.nse ^> v 

Carried forward : 2,323 29 



45 00 

94 00 

6 00 


81 00 
150 25 
337 38 

59 11 


102 50 

1,304 25 

93 03 

50 77 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Harbours and Rivers: Quebec — Continued — Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward • 2,323 29 

Baie St. Paul, repairs to wharf ($1,270.54)— 

Carpenters, 31 d. at $3.75, 59 at $3; labourers, 33 d. at $2.75, 11 at $2.50 411 51 

Carters, 17*3 d 60 55 

Audet, F.: 1,631 lb. iron, cut and pointed, $130. 4S; chain, etc., $15 145 48 

Boily, O.: spruce, 6,762 ft. deal at $25, 836 1. ft. at 32c; cartage, $20| 456 57 

Cimon, P., board, $50.25, labour, $27.50 77 75 

Spikes, etc., $87.26; hardware, $24.74; labour, $6.68 118 68 

Baraonoifi tie Malbaie: Comeau, A. P., motor service. 12 00 

Barachois do Malbaie, repairs to approach, etc., ($1, 198.96) — 

Conductor, Geo. McKettrick, 69 d. at $3, outlay, $8.38 215 38 

Carpenters at $2.25, $124.87; labourers at $2, $346.50, at $1 .75, $20.83 492 20 

Towing, 86 h., $111.80; cartage, $43.70 155 50 

( liinic Co., 250 bolts, $59.71. spikes, &c, $52.41; Francis, G., board, $65 177 12 

Hardware, $56.88; stone, $53.62; smithwork, $28.73; sundries, $19.53 153 76 

Batiscan wharf, soundings ($368.40) — 

Labour, Feb., 126 d., $288.42;* smith work, $20.70; sundry, $6.60 315 72 

Travel and outlay, C. L. Arcand 52 68 

Batiscan: St. Maurice & Champlain Telephone Co., long distance tolls 5 70 

Beloeil, constructing booms ($618.07) — 

Conductor, X Bienvenu, Oct. 15-Nov. 7, 17 d. at $3.50; carpenter, 43 d., $168 227 50 

Grier Timber Co.: pine and spruce, 5,352 ft. at $55; hemlock, 896 ft. at $35 325 72 

Bolts, $40.50; spikes, &c., $18.85; posts, $4.50; express, $1 64 85 

Bergeronnes, repairing wharf ($114.75) — 

Labour, 9i d. at $3, 17£ at $2 62 75 

Tremblay, E. & Fils: timber $46.80; nails, $5.20 52 00 

Berth ier, en bas, repairs to wharf ($994.40) — 

Conductor, E. Mercier, Oct. 2-Nov. 13, 31| d 109 75 

Foreman, B. Blondeau, 29 d., $87; carpenters, $94.50; labourers, $141 322 50 

Jean, A., deals at $22, $195; Morin, Mme. E., spruce at $24, $49.96 244 96 

Mercier, J. E.: sq. timber, 6,000 ft. at $24; spikes, 1,270 lbs., $38.90; sundries, $43.65 276 55 

Cartage, $24; timber, $14.76; hardware, $1.88 40 64 

Bonaventure river: legal services, Wm. Larue, Quebec 10 00 

Buckingham Float: carpenter work, $14.88; hemlock, $6 20 88 

Cabano ($200.65) — 

Conductor, A. Dionne, 18 d., $58.50; labour, 47J d., $118.13 176 63 

Oakum, $11.25; timber, $5.43; sundries, $7.34 24 02 

Cacouna East, building fence ($154.70) — 

Conductor, D. Cote, 1\ d., $22.50; labour, $30; cartage, $15 97 50 

Fencing, $36.20; sundries, $21 57 20 

Cap Chat, repairing wharf, ($241.54) — 

Conductor, E. Lepage, 5§ d., $16.50; cartage, $33; labour, $9 53 50 

Cote, E.: stone, 10£ toise, $73.50; spikes, $20.32; boat trip, $19 112 82 

Boat trips, $29; motor trip, $25; timber, $10.72; board of conductor, $5.50 70 22 

Cap Chat, survey: labour, July, 57 d 114 00 

Cap St. Ignace, repairing road and wharf: Bernier, A.: services, $127; timber, $18.15. .. 145 15 

Cape Cove, repairs to pier ($1,549.91) — 

Conductor, Jas. Tostiven, Oct. 9-Jan. 15, 72 d 180 00 

Carpenters, 67 d., $134; labourers, 244 d., $366; carters, 301* d., $753.07 1, 253 07 

Lumber, $42.60; nails, $38.29; freight, $14.75; sundries, $21.20 116 84 

Cascade Rapids, reconstruction of anchor-piers ($1,360.31) — 

Pay-lists, Dec. 3-19, Jan. 3-Feb. 6; carpenters, 52£ d. at $4; labourers, 138-9 d. at $3; carters, 

20 d. at $5, 28 at $3.50 824 70 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co.: bolts, $51.60; nails, &c, $7.52 59 12 

Doucet, L., hemlock at $30, $75; Grier Timber Co., hemlock at $45, $353.70 428 70 

Timber, $33.95; stone, $6; hardware, &c, $7.84 47 79 

Caughnawaga soundings: labour, July- Aug., 45 d 89 50 

Chicoutimi, repairs to wharf ($2,483.37) — 

Pay-lists, Apr. 11-May 12, Nov. 2-Dec. 5, Sept. 21-29: carpenters, 163 d. at $3, 53£ at $2.50, 

10 at $2; blacksmith, $43.50; engineer, $18; carters, $24 728 25 

Crew of steam derrick unloading timber, Sept. 20-22 , 38 50 

Chicoutimi Jndustial Co., timber, &c, $57.77; Cote, Boivin & Cie., hardware, $162.03. . . 219 80 

Gagnon, Alex., 3 in. spruce at $27 50, $111.13; Harvey, T., spruce, $69.95 181 08 

Jalberi , li.: deals at $30, $67.92; sundries, $37.92 105 84 

Jean, 1 ■'., services as night watchman, Apr. -Mar 730 00 

ftesbitt, E. T.: fir at $75, $96 30, at $60, $54.72; freight, &c, $24.75 175 77 

Tremblay, Jos.: deals at $25, $60 45; timber at 15c, $77.85; iron, $35.55 173 85 

Smithwork, $44.41; repairing roof of freight shed, $30.99; board of derrick crew, $13.65; 

driving, $8; sundries, $33.23 130 28 

Choisy: sawing ice, $16; cartage, $2 18 00 

Carried forward 13, 294 12 



PUBLIC W&RKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE! V — 143 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward „ 13,294 12 

Clarke City, reconstruction of wharf ($4, 155.44) — 

Conductor, C. Giasson, 63 d. at $4; labour, 79 d. at $3, 132-2 d. at $2.50 819 50 

Gulf Pulp & Paper Co.: fir at $54, $1,487.81; spruce, 13,800 ft. at $50, 15,246 at $35, 8,541 

1. ft. at 5c; shingles, 10 M at $5.25; nails, etc., $52.61; iron, $38.40; sundries, $53.96. . 3,335 94 

Contrecoeur Soundings: labour, May 6 00 

Cross Point, repairs to wharf, ($767.65) — 

Conductor, A. A. Fraser, Oct. 2-11, Nov. 6-12, 14 d 42 00 

Carpenters, $36; labourers, $74; carters, $4 114 00 

Chaleurs Bay Mills: spruce, 2,565 ft. at $25; logs, 1,408 1. ft. at 3c; spikes, $64.26; sundries, 

$23.96 194 58 

Chatterton, J. C: stone, delivered, 233 yd 407 75 

Hardware, $5; logs, $4.32 9 32 

Desjardins, repairs to wharf ($2,409.82) — 

Foreman, S. Mainville, June, July, Aug., Feb. 25-Mar. 30, 6-8 d. at $3, 29| at $3.25 117 08 

Carpenters, etc., 261 d., $86.12, 202|, $607.25; team hire, $11.25... 704 62 

Dunlop Co., hardware, $61.47; Fassett Co., hemlock, 26,312 ft. at $26, 6,717 at $30 947 09 

McDougal's Ltd., pipe, 341 ft., $56.47, 100 pes., $70 126 47 

Murphy, W. L.: freight on lumber, etc., $116.68; cartage, $51.90 168 5S 

Pembroke Lumber Co.: lumber at $35, $175; sundry, $42.60 217 60 

Nails, $41.16; staples, etc., $26.62; couplings, etc., $21; sundries, $39.60 128 38 

Douglastown breakwater ($277.82) — 

Conductor , D. Kennedy, Oct. 16-Nov. 17, 21|d. at $2.50 53 75 

Labour, $127.38; cartage, $92.15; smithwork, etc, $4.54 224 07 

EastTempleton, repairing wharf ($400.67)— 

Conductors: M. Brazeau, 9 d., $27, outlay, $17.65; A. Laveigne, 14-8 d., $42.40 87 05 

Labour, $104.03; cartage, $14.25 118 28 

Fassett Lumber Co.: hemlock, 2,876 ft. at $30, 1,887 at $26 135 34 

Houle, D., 12 spruce piles, 300 ft 60 00 

Esquimaux Point wharf: Boudreau, J. H., repairs, etc. . 22 39 

Father Point, Improvement to wharf ($1,051.68) — 

Carpenters, $148.63; labourers, $164.27; carters, $103.25 416 15 

Brisson, A., timber, $71.67; Lavoie, A., driving, $79.50, freight, etc., $5.04 * 156 21 

Raymond & Talbot: birch at $40, $200; spruce, $45.90; iron $32.70; sawing etc, $36.16. . 314 76 

Iron, $39.90; timber, $35.72; board of A. Lavoie, $28; rope, $17.80; sundry, $43.14.... 164 56 

Fort William, repairs to wharf: labour, 10 d. $30; timber, etc., $21.13 51 13 

Fox river, repairs to wharf ($175) — 

Conductor, A. Dufresne, 15 d., $37.50; labourers, $75.87; carter, $30.25 143 62 

Timber, $11.32; smithwork, $9.06; sundries, $11 31 38 

Gaspe deep water wharf, repairs, ($1,244.52) — 

Conductor, E. Lepage, Ju'y 12-Aug. 31, 45 d. at $3, out'ay, $20.61 155 61 

Carpenters at $2.50, $92.50, at $2.25, $54, at $2, $219, at $1 .75, $73.50; cartage, $48 487 00 

Atkinson, Geo.: storing timber etc., 2 y., $60; timber, $11.52 61 52 

de Ste. Croix, J., stone, 36 toise, $216; Fournier, A., towage, $30, timber $20 266 00 

Stone, $56.25; iron, $51 .73; board, $46; hardware, $35.04; sundries, $85.37 274 39 

Gatineau river: Houle, D., repairing roadway 15 00 

Georgeville, repairs to wharf, ($69.60) — 

Foreman, J. E. Davidson, 3£ d., $14; carpenters, $18; cartage, $25 57 00 

Timber, $8: spikes, $3; cement, $1.60 12 60 

Graham, reconstruction of wharf ($3,553.31) — 

Conductor, W. E. Graham, Oct. 9-Dec 22, Jan. 8-26, 84 d. at $4, outlay, $12.15 348 15 

Carpenters, 76-8 d. at $4; labourers, 265-2 d. at $3 1,102 80 

Carters, 15-3 d. at $6, 4-7 at $4 110 60 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co.: 385 machine bolts, $125.46; steam hose, $36.50; 2 anchors, 

$24.97; sundries, $67.67 254 60 

Dionne, N.: services on pile driver, 10 d., $30; board and outlay, $25.25 55 25 

Dumoulin, A.: smithwork at 60c, $64.65; steel, $1.86 66 51 

Grier Timber Co.: hemlock at $35, $923.16; round piles, 1,356 1. ft. at 25c 1,262 16 

Pilon, T.: smithwork at 60c, $61.80; rent of blocks, etc, $2 63 80 

Sincennes-McNaughton Line, moving pile driver 135 00 

Coal, $59.53; towing, $40; rent of rowboat, $19.50; sundries, $35.41 154 44 

Grand Marais: rent of shed for tools, 1 y. to Sept. 28, 1918 20 00 

Grandes Piles: Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, Oct.-Mar., 1918, $12, tolls, $4.15 16 15 

Grand River: rent of piling ground 5 00 

Grande Vallee: boat trips, $63: painting, $16 79 00 

Grindstone, repairs to wharf (Sl,665.47) — 

Conductor, F. Forest, Nov. 2-21, $36.75; blasters, etc., $131.77; carters, $33.50 202 02 

Arseneau, A. T., transportation of timber 150 50 

Magdalen Islands Steamship Co., freight on lumber, etc 106 63 

N.S. Steel & Coal Co., spikes, $219.33; Porter, D. & Son, deal at $22, $912.34 1,131 67 

Timber, $39.05; rope, $11.30; sundries,, $24.30 74 65 

Grondines Wharf, repairs, etc.: fixing up wharf, spring and fall, $26; timber, etc., $27.27 53 27 

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Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 29,333 04 

Grosse Isle, construction of breakwater: spikes, $52; cartage, $28.31; labour, $13.60; sundries, 

$25. 15 11» 06 

Grosse Isle, repairing breakwater: labour, $12 . 50; boat hire, ^$3 . 50 16 00 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, repairs to wharf ($4,156.90)— 

Conductor: F. Guimond, 8 d. at $3.75; E. Morin, 20 d. at $3.50 100 00 

Joiners, 33 d. at $3.50, 27 at $3, 237 at $2.50; carter, 35 d. at $2.50 876 50 

Blacksmith, 55 d. at $2.75; labourers, 6 d. at $2 163 25 

Beaumont, T.: steel, 745 lb. at 6c; bolts, etc., $24.76 69 46 

Belanger, A.: iron at 5fc, $64.75; labour, $18 82 75 

Boulanger, J. R. & Frere: timber, 10,052 ft, at $30, 7,200 at $29, 4,338 at $28, 750 at $25; 

transportation, $25 675 57 

Boulet, Geo.: birch, 16, 158 ft. at $45; transportation, $60 787 11 

Breton Jos.: services as clerk, April-June, $270, less $135 charged to Grosse Isle New 

Buildings (Page V-22) 135 00 

Brown, W. D., pine, 7, 740 1. ft. at 6§c 503 10 

Chinic Co.: spikes, 12 kegs at $8.75, 216 lb., $19.98; sundries, $47.04 172 02 

Fournier G. H.: services as inspector of work, April-June, $318.50; less $159.25 charged to 

Grosse Isle New Buildings (Page V— 22) 159 25 

Board of men, $306.35. Paid as follows: Mrs. J. Masson, $203; small payments, $103.35. . 306 35 
Trip from Montmagny, $25; freight, $25; canoe trips, $24; labour, $21; steel, $16; rope, 

$15.54 126 54 

Grosses Roches, removal of rocks ($499.68)— 

Conductor, E. Turcotte, Oct. 26-Nov. 15, 8 d 24 00 

Carters, $145.50; blacksmith, $17.88; labourers, $264 427 38 

Explosives, $26.55; steel, $11.25; nails, $5.25; deal, $5.25 48 30 

Hospital Bay, Magdalen Islands, repairing crib, etc.: foreman, J. S. McLean, at $3, $20.40; 

carpenters, labourers, etc., $123.45; meals, $4.50 148 35 

Hospital Bay, Magdalen Islands ($1,159.42) — 

Conductor, J. S. McLean, services, Feb., Mar., 1917, 51 d 140 25 

Carpenters, etc., 118* d. at $160, 102|at$1.50, 175J at $1.40; carters, $149 737 29 

Aucoin, Jos., stone, 68 yd • 85 00 

Transportation of timber, $129.50; board of foreman, $30.60; rent, $12; smithwork, etc., 

$24.78 196 88 

Hudson, reconstruction of wharf ($4,799.91) — 

Foreman, W. F. Halcro, Aug. 27-Dec. 15, 95 d. at $4 380 00 

Carpenters, 44 d. at $4, 30 d. at $3.50, 489-6 at $3; horse hire, $1 .60 1,751 40 

Labourers, 16-5 d. at $1.50; teaming, 38-43 d. at $6, 6-75 at $5 289 10 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co., hardware 108 34 

Grier Timber Co.: hemlock, 45,735 ft. at $35; rd. timber, 1,450 1. ft. at 40c 2,180 73 

Hodgson Bros., timber, etc., $53.04; Murphy, M., smithwork, $37.30 90 34 

Hull, repairs to wharf ($167.57)— . 

Foreman, P. Houle, 18 d., $54; plumber, 51-5 h. f $30.90 84 90 

Hardware, $33.22; paint, $31.45; painting, $18 82 67 

Isle aux Coudres, improvement to wharf ($474.15)— 

Foreman, Oct. 15-Nov. 7, 19 d. at $3.50 66 50 

Carpenters, etc., 12* d. at $3, 65 at $2.75, 16 at $2.50 256 25 

Timber, $64.38; launch trips, $33; nails, $21.56; iron, etc., $32.46 151 40 

IslePerrot North, repairs to wharf ($1,627.24)— .'"■.«, t J1() 1Qil nA 

Conductor, Michel Leduc: Sept. 15-Nov. 14, 51 d., $153; outlay, $43; less cement, $12 184 00 

Carpenters, 77* d. at $3, 10 at $2 . 75; labourers, 157| d. at $2 . 50 .„* -„V * • ?5i* 22 

Bremner, Alex.: cement, 400 bags at 75c; sand, 45 tons at $1 .90; stone, 26 tons at $2.85.. . 459 60 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co.: 4 wheelbarrows, $18.58; tools, etc, $47.79 66 37 

Daoust, J. A., pine, $88.30; Millette, Jos., rent of mixer, 30 d., $90 178 30 

Hardware, $48.45; cartage, $25; stone, $6.50; smithwork, $6 85 95 

Isle Verte, repairs to wharf ($2,465.58)— aAtn 

Conductor, Alp. Chouinard, Sept. 14-Nov. 17, 53 d. at $3, outlay, $4.49 1™ Jx 

Foreman, M. Lebel, 43 J d., $120.33; carpenters, $226.36 346 69 

Labourers, $134; watchman, $62; carters, $119.63 . . 315 63 

Boulanger, E. & Fils: sq. timber, 16,352 ft., $487.85; Dube, G., smithwork, $37.40 525 25 

Godbout & Frere: deals at $25, $479.33, at $23, $192.84; sq. timber, at $28, $255.75; nails, 

etc $77 66 1 » 905 58 

Michaud, P.": deals at '$25, $76.89, at $22, $29.50; nails, etc, $2.55 108 94 

Kamouraska: spruce, $7.50; labour, $5 12 50 

Lacolle, repairs to wharf ($2,887.80)— OK 

Carpenters, 34 d. at $3.50, 41 at $3; labourers, 112| d. at $2.50 523 25 

Boudreau, J. C: carting 4 carloads timber, $116; nails, etc, $56.20 ■•■■••■ ll * Zn 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co.: machine bolts, $46.52; drift bolts, $21 .55; nails, $24.20 92 27 

Grier Lumber Co.: hemlock, 53,869 ft. at $35; spruce, 402 1. ft. at 30c 2,006 02 

Richelieu Bridge Co.: toll, Sept. 26-Nov. 21 66 48 

Smithwork, $10.30; spikes, $8.88; nails, $8.40 27 5b 

Carried forward 47,867 20 



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Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 47,867 20 

Lacolle Junction, Survey ($429.86)— 

Pay-lists, Jan.-Feb.: carting, 23 d., $115; labour, 73 d., $223.50 338 50 

Boudreau, J. C: portable house, $25; express, $20.05; sundries, $40.34 85 39 

Sundries 5 97 

L,ake Megantic, repairs to wharf: teaming, etc 56 01 

Laprairie Protection Works ($147,602)— 

Carlton Construction Co.: est. 2 and final, $8,097.66. Paid to Carlton Construction Co., 
$6,210, to creditors of company, $8,696.50; less security deposit refunded, $6,675.04 

($133 . 80 paid on account pending final settlement) 8, 231 46 

Quinlan & Robertson: work on protection dyke, Oct.-April: labour, $74,343.27; sand, 
gravel and cartage, $10,036.79; cement, $7,634.22; timber, $6,937.10; stone, $3,203.75; 
freight, etc., $2,817.03; coal, $1,828.18; structural steel for bridge, $890; insurance, 
$878.33; transportation of labourers, $669.70; explosives, $607.63; gasolene, $587.43; 24 
drums not returned, $240: cots, etc., $426.79; hardware, etc., $4,328.88; total, 

$115,429.10; 10% profit, $11,542.89; less $829.51 paid in 1918-19 • , 126,142 48 

Dufort, A.: services as inspector, May 7-Dec. 20, 153 d. at $3, 50 at $3.50; services as 

caretaker, Dec. 21-Mar. 31, 102 d. at $2; sundries, $42 880 00 

Clerks, etc.: material clerk, G. Ranger, $164.39; weigh clerks, A. Brosseau, $123, F. 
Brosseau, $193.33, J. M. Ranger, $23.45; office clerk, M. Peyrard, $240.40; timekeeper, 

E. Robidoux, $183; picketman, C. E. Constant, $156 j 1,083 57 

Beaulieu, A., nails, etc., $79.97; Beauregard, A., driving, $50 129 97 

Bourdon, J.: spruce, etc., at $28.50, $1,235.68, at $30, $802.74, at $35, $368.76; sundries, 

$23.56 2,430 74 

Demers & McGee: nails, $116.62; sundry hardware, $52.33 168 95 

Dupuy & Frere: hemlock, 49,418 ft. at $30; tamarac, 12,046 ft. at $31 1,855 97 

Martin, P., rent of machines, $190; Ste. Marie, N., spruce, 3,803 ft., $228.17 418 17 

Pedlar People: corr. galv. pipe, 258 ft. with couplings 446 20 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.: cement, $105; cartage, $20 125 00 

Pay-lists, Apr .-Nov.: conductor, J. Ste. Marie, 221-5 d., $886; carpenters, labourers, car- 
ters, etc., $4,086.50 4,972 50 

Ground rent, $230; smith work, $43.65; rent of 3 scows, $30; sundries, $137.84 441 49 

Legal services, H. R. Carreau 275 50 

Levis ($2,061)— 

Cie Generate d'Entreprises Publiques, making and placing 8 ladders 560 00 

Watchmen: A. Charrier, 395 n. at $1 .80; J. Gosselin, 395 d. at $2 1, 501 00 

Long Rapids (Lievre River) Survey: labour, $15.75; sundries, $7 22 75 

Longueuil Survey: labour, $428.63; hardware, $36.11; towing, $33.50; plans, $25; sundries, 

$53.43 576 67 

Lotbiniere, repairs to wharf ($1,109.98) — 

Repairs under A. Lemay, April, May, June, Oct., Nov 229 45 

Leitch, Dunn& Co.: spruce deals, 26,220 ft., $747.27; lighterage, $50 , 797 27 

Nails, $53.92; smith work, $17.41; sundries, $11.93 83 26 

Magdalen Islands, repairs to piers ($1,462.03) — 

Amherst, quarrying rock, Mar. 2-30, 1917: foreman, W. J. Sullivan, 20 d. at $3; labourers, 

etc., $187.49; smithwork, etc., $31.83 : 279 32 

Amherst, picking up timber, Dec. 16-21, 1916: foreman, N. Boudreau, 4J d., $10.13; 

labourers, etc., $32 . 38 42 51 

Grindstone, repairing wharf, quarrying, etc. ($995.95) — 

Conductor, F. Forest, Dec. 18-27, Feb., Mar., 50-4 d 126 00 

Labourers, $634.68; carters, $182.07 816 75 

Smithwork, $36.25; meals, $12.90; hardware, $4.05 53 20 

Pointe a Elie, repairs to wharf and roadway: conductor, S. Arseneau, 9-6 d., $24; labour, 

$80.54; stone, $20; sundries, $19.71 144 25 

Magdalen Islands ($2,068.65)—, 

General foreman, E. J. H. Carbonneau, Jan. 1917-Mar. 1918, $1,500; outlay, $462.65 1,962 65 

Arseneau, A., ground rent, $16; Arseneau, S., caretaking, $18 34 00 

Savage, J. P., ground rent, 12 m. to July 31, 1917 72 00 

Magog, repairs to wharf ($91 .41) — 

Foreman, E. Martin, 5£ d. at $4; carpenters, 8 d. at $2.50 42 00 

Martin & Wallace: timber, $26.27; gravel, $14; sundries, $9.14 49 41 

Malbaie, repairs to piers ($902.70) — 

Conductor, G. Vardon, Oct. 9-Dec. 6, 37| d., $93.75; boat hire, $50.40 144 15 

Sub conductor, D. Johnson, 24-7 d., $55.57; labourers, 182-75 d., $365.50 421 07 

Chinic Co.: spikes, 10 kegs, $87.50; bolts, $26.73; cartage, 25c 114 48 

Vardon, O.: 47 yd. stone, $58.75; bolts, $15 73 75 

Lumber, $48.26; hardware, $44.42; smithwork, etc., $56.57 149 25 

Masson Wharf ($895.03)— 

Foreman, D. Lapointe, 27 d. at $4; labourers, 54 d. at $2.50 243 00 

Kelly, W. H. Lumber Co., hemlock at $26, $80.70; McLennan Lumber Co., fir, $234.24. . 314 94 

Watson & Todd, red pine at $36 167 76 

Transportation, $64.15; ferriage, $37.25; cedar, $26.88; hardware, $41 .05 169 33 

Carried forward 205, 145 29 

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Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 205, 145 29 

Mont Louis, completing approach to wharf ($273.04) — 

Conductor, Jos. Lemieux, 11 d. at $2; labourers, etc., $128.88 150 88 

Timber, $113 99; nails, $6.50; iron, $1.67 122 16 

Montmorency Revetment Wall: Quebec Railway, Light, Heat and Power Co., interest on 

purchase price of land 72 50 

Murray Bay, improvement and repairs to wharf: labour, $115.95; paint, etc., $27.99; timber, 

$17 . 93: sundries, $40 . 82 202 69 

Natashquan: Bouliane, L. A., disbursements 2 70 

Newport, repairs to breakwater ($907.82) — 

Foreman, A. Beaudin, Sept. 12-Oct. 30, 38 d. at $2.50; outlay, $2.50 97 50 

( 'arpenters, etc., $295; carters, $93.49 388 49 

Trips with stone, 826 at 35c; timber, etc., $57.64; hardware, etc., $24.09; sundries, $51. . 421 83 

Nicolet: storing demountable freight shed, 3 y 15 00 

Norway Bay, repairs to wharf, etc. ($4,704.70) — 

Pay-lists, Dec. 3-Mar. 30: drillers, 41$ d. at $5; labourers, 33J d. at $4.50, 13 at $4, 16 at 

$3.50, 681 at $3, 33§ at $2.75, 352 at $2.50; teaming, 98} d. at $4.50 2,085 26 

Campbell, A. F. & Son: timber, 160 pieces at $3, 50 pieces at $1 530 00 

Cuzner Hardware Co.: drift spikes, 3,171 lb., $150.62; tar, $2.25 152 87 

Dominion Explosives: powder at 25c, $87 50; sundries, $46.77 134 27 

Graham, Wm.: timber, 9,683-3 ft. at $23, 14,307 at $33; wood, 15 cords at $5, 12 at 

S3; rock, 500 cu. yd., $50; sundries, $92.20 948 03 

M cAuliffe-Davis Lumber Co. : pine plank at $36 607 57 

Mussens, Ltd.: 50 ft. steam hose and couplings 57 00 

Steel Co. of Canada: nails, $36.01; bolts, $27 63 01 

Labour, July, $33.50; unloading car, $27.55; hardware, $23.76; smokestack, $19.88; shed, 

$15; freight, etc, S7 126 69 

Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs, removing boulders ($199.85) — 

Foreman, Geo. Michaud, at $3, $26; labourers, $96; carters, $42.50 164 50 

Explosives, $24.50; smithwork, etc, $10.85 35 35 

Ouareau River, repairs to icebreaker ($1,379.99) — 

Paylists, Oct. 22-Nov. 30: carpenters, 20 d. at $4, 27-9 at $3; labourers, 101-6 d. at $2.50, 

3-4 at SI; carters, 35-2 d. at $3.50 544 30 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co. : steel, 2,569 lb. at 5 • lc ; sundry, $6.10 137 12 

Copping, Wm.: spruce, 3,018 ft. at $34, 650 at $30 121 98 

Courchesne & Chaput: cement, 200 sacs, $160; car eand (35 tons) and freight, $61.25; steel, 

$40.88; cable, $28.01; nails, $17; sundries, $45.08 352 22 

Courtois, F., stone, delivered, 5 toise 75 00 

Standard Lime Co.: stone, 71-8 tons, $53.85; freight, $28.72 82 57 

Cement bags, $29.10; boat, $10; cartage, $8.90; sundries, $18.80 66 80 

Papineauville, repairing wharf (S64.96)— 

Foreman, A. Chabot, 7fcL. $22.50; labourers. $11 33 50 

Repairing freight shed, $15; timber, $14.40; hardware, $2.06 31 46 

Philipsburg Wharf ($2,007.28)— 

Foreman carpenter, P. E. Bibaud, 34£ d. at $3.50 120 75 

Carpenters, $371.22; labourers, $58.82; team hire, $30 460 04 

Bibaud, O. L.: nails, etc., $102.26; boat hire, $14 116 26 

Grier Timber Co.: hemlock, 24,565 ft. at $35; spruce, 144 1. ft. at 30c 902 98 

Landry, I. & Sons: nails, $78; paint, etc., $55; boat hire, $14 147 Oo 

Trahan, V.: 3 in. spruce, 6,000 ft. at S32; freight, $13.50 205 5o 

Smithwork, $27; freight, $18; rubber boots, $6.25; cartage, $3.50 54 75 

Piche Point, repairing wharf and cutting ice. labour, etc ( 40 Oo 

Pierreville, replacing shed, etc ($108.30)— 

Conductor, P. Descheneaux, May 26-June 8, 11| d 34 50 

Labour, $45; moving shed, $10; sundries, $18.80 73 80 

Pointe a Brosseau, repairs to wharf ($228.99) — 

Conductor, G. Caron, Sept. 3-29, 19 d., $57; labour, $105.73 162 73 

Cartage, $47.25; smithwork, $10.75; hardware, $8.26 66 26 

Pointe a Cote, clearing opening: labour, $24; cartage, $20; scraper, $20; sundries, $9.35 73 35 

Pointe a Elie, repairs to wharf ($129.34)— 

Delaney Bros. : 10 kegs nails 72 50 

Timber, $41.03; labour, $9.56; cartage, $5; sundries, $1.25 56 84 

Pointe aux Trembles: legal services, Drouin & Amyot, $234.97, Dussault & Pageau, $452.22. . . 687 19 

Pointe Fortune: Brown, Wm., repairing wharf 10 00 

Point Shea, Magdalen Islands, repairs to wharf ($1,192.75) — 

Conductor, N. Boudreau, 12 d., $30; labour $86.83; cartage, $104.38 221 21 

Arseneau, A. T., transportation of 27,200 ft. deal from Pictou 163 68 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co.: spikes, 1,557 lb 140 13 

Porter, D. & Son, hardwood deals at $22 608 23 

Taking apart, hauling and setting up sawmill 59 50 

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Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued. — Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 217, 445 74 

Pointe St. Pierre, repairs to breakwater ($603.29)— 

Conductor, Jas. LePage, May 24-29. Sept. 15-Xov. 30, 5 d. at $2.50, 56 at $3 180 50 

Labour, §379.22: cartage. $12; hardware, 89.32; sundries, $22.25 422 79 

Quatichoo Bay and Rocky River. Soundings; labour 30 00 

Repent igny Wharf: storing and replacing railway 10 00 

Rimouski Harbour, improvements and soundings ($60,157.39) — 

Ravmond & Talbot: detailed at page V— 55,900 00 

Inspector of work. A. Pineau. Apr .-Mar., 25 d. at $3.50, 2S2 at $4 1,215 50 

Inspectors of dredging, Mav-Oct.: J. B. Corbin, $393; F. J. Couture, $393 786 00 

Gauge readers: P. H. A. Caron, 131 d., $393; C. Lepage, 136 d., $408. 801 00 

Lavoie, U., board of engineers. $199; Maguire, W-, carbolineum. $495; freight, $14.57 708 57 

Labour and cartage, $509.89; hardware, etc;, $143.90; timber, $47.03; sundries, $45.50 746 32 

River des Vases, repairs to pier ^$999.50) — 

Conductor, M. Pelletier, Aug. 3-Oct. 17, 49 d 147 00 

Carpenter, 34* d. at $2.75: labourers. 243 d. at $2; carters, 90^ d. at $2.50 807 10 

Spruce. $19.90"; sand, $15; iron, $10.50 45 40 

River du Lievre Wharfs $118.75)— 

High Falls: building low landing store house, $42.50; sundries, $8.25 50 75 

Generally: caretaking. $32; labour, $30; cartage, $6 68 00 

River Ouelie, repairs to wharf ,$5,503.69) — 

Conductor. Wm. Bosse. Julv 16-31. Sept. 4-Xov. 30, 12 d. at $3.50, 75 at $4; carpenters, 
9 d. at $2.25, 73 at $2.50. 74 at $3: labourers, 29 d. at $1.75, 644 at $2; blacksmith, 69 d. 

at $2.25: pavmaster E. Bellefeuille, short paid 50c 2, 260 25 

Boulanger, E. & Fils: spruce deals, 16,576 ft. at $25; sq. timber, 2,000 ft. at $26; trans- 
portation, $65 531 40 

Boulet, G., birch at $50, $99.20; D'Anjou, J., spruce at $25. $54.20, at $26, $63.05 216 45 

Brown, W. D.: pine, 4,112 1. ft. at 6k.; birch, 5,014 1. ft. at 5|c; freight, $36 579 07 

Letellier, Ls.: iron. 2,012 lb. at 6c, 1,000 at 6k.; spruce at $25, $81.13; rope, $33.18; coal, 

$31.90; nails, $35; sundries, $47.82 414 75 

Standard Construction Co.: slip hoist equipment, $775; freight, $10.91 785 91 

Usines Generates de Chars et de Machineries: castings, 7,592 lb., $455.52; bolts, turn- 
buckles and plates, $156.88 612 40 

Labour, $40; hardware. $24.33; timber, $24; sundries, $15.13 103 46 

Roberval. repairs to wharf $211.90) — 

Conductor, J. Rainds, 7 d., $24.50; labour, $45 69 50 

Cote, Boivin & Cie.: iron pipe at 48c., $70.72; sundries, $6.28 77 00 

Pipe, $36; labour, $19.50; smithwork, $5.25; deal, $4.65 65 40 

Sabrevois, repairs to wharf ($1,481.39) — 

Conductor, G. X. Farrar, Oct. 11-Dec. 7, 47 d. at $3 141 00 

Carpenters. 247 d. at $3 741 00 

Grier Timber Co., hemlock at $35 216 44 

Laberge, E.: nails, $4$; bolts and spikes, $52.50 100 50 

Thuot & Thuot Freres, timber. $73. S6; Trahan, P., 14 posts, $140 213 86 

Spruce, $30.73; coal, $16.86: rope for pile driver $15; cartage, $6 68 59 

Shawinigan Falls: Shawinigan Water & Power Co., lease of shore, 6f y 66 67 

Sorel deep water wharf: Biron & Poirier, notarial fees 7 00 

Ste. Agathe: Magnan, Geo., machine bolts, spikes, etc 750 00 

St. Alexis, repairs to wharf ($2,916.25)— 

Conductor, Ls. Dallaire, Sept., Oct. 12-30, 33 d. at $3.50 115 50 

Labourers, 185§ d. at $2.50: carter. Zh d. at $3.50 476 00 

Dufour, J.: nails. 25 keas at $6.25. 77 lb. at 7c; deals, 24,453 ft. at $25; timber, 134 1. ft. at 

15c. 335 at 13c; sawing, $10.05 846 69 

Mussens, Ltd., 3-ton Reading chain block 112 00 

Deals at $25, $1,190.79; timber at 13c, $99.84; iron, $30.30; hardware, etc., $26.02; sawing, 
$19.11. Paid as follows: J. E. Gauthier, $420.35, E. Gobeil, $71.15, P. Grenon, $159.33, 

J. B. Rioux. $143.88, G. Tremblay. $440.85, J. Tremblay, $61.83, small payments, $62.67 1,366 06 

St. Alphonse, repairs to wharf ($700.14) — 

Conductor, O. Gagnon, Aug. 8-18, 9 d. at $3.50; freight, $7.20 38 70 

Carpenters. 1 d. at $3.50, 14i at $3, 10 at $2.50; carter, ,$6 77 25 

Chicoutimi Industrial Co.: pitch pine. 1,210 ft. at $70; spruce, 2,240 ft. at $25 140 70 

Mussens, Ltd.: 4-ton Reading chain blocks with extra chain. 2 at $152 304 00 

Pouliot, X. & Frere, timber. $12.17; Tremblay, J. E., deals at $21, $127.57; nails, $5.75. . . 145 49 

St. Anicet, removing iron gates .$132.75) — 

Foreman, Xap. Leblanc, June 14-21, $24.50; labour, $73.75; cartage, $24 122 25 

Rent of boats, chains, crane, etc 10 50 

St. Andre de Kamouraska, repairs to wharf (.$1,178.85) — 

Conductor, A. Paradis, Sept. 18-Xov. 30, 62§ d. at $3 187 50 

Labourers, QOk d. at $2.25, 10 at $2. G2| at $1.75; carter, $5 270 50 

Boulanger, E. & Fils: spruce deals, 17,011 ft. at $23; square timber, 4,339 ft. at $28; freight, 

$24 536 74 

Cedar, $78.36; cartage, $48; nails, $40.42; sundries, $17.33 184 11 

Carried forward 292.319 31 

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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward * 292,319 31 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre, wharf repairs, etc. $(680.31) — 

Foreman, Jos. Morel, Oct. 22-Nov. 10, 13* d 47 25 

Carpenter, $33; labourers, $61.25; carter, $2.50 96 75 

Ratte, S.: deal, 13,054 ft. at $30; nails, $29.20; sundries, $24.65 445 47 

Repairing pontoon, $23.80; repairing flooring, $21.86; cable, $15; sundry repairs, etc., $30.18 90 84 

^te. Anne de Chicoutimi, repairs to wharf ($2,760.24) — 

( Jonductor, Jos. Bouchard, April 10-May 23, Aug. 27-Oct. 31, 84 d. at $3.50 294 00 

( Jarpenters, $1,223.76; labourers, $121; carters, $214.75 1,559 51 

Loading and rafting timber at Anse St. Jean and Descente des Femmes, Sept. 18-21 49 00 

Stone at $7, $303.08; iron at 7k., $256.66; spruce at 15c, $113.85; hardware, etc., $67.74; 
sundry timber, etc., $64.25. Paid as follows: C. F. X. Boivin, $85.15; Ls. Boucher, 

S99; Naz. Boucher, $99.34; Wm. Morrissette, $139.88; small payments, $382.21. ... 805 58 

Detailed with Dredging Ontario and Quebec (Page V— 179^ 52 15 

Ste. Anne des Monts, landing pier: Burns, John, detailed in 1916-17, V— 170 6, 650 00 

Ste. Anne des Monts, repairing wharf ($896.15) — 

Conductor, L. N. Sasseville, Oct. 8-Nov. 16, 32 d. at $3 96 00 

Labourers, $322.63; horse hire, $7 329 63 

Dugas, E., flooring, $77.30; Levesque, F. L., timber, $103.52 180 82 

Samson & Filion: steel rope at 10c, $107; iron, $33.03; spikes, etc., $20.94 160 97 

Stone, $42.50; fascines, $22.50; iron, $15; sundries, $48.73 128 73 

^St. Charles de Caplan, removing debris and rebuilding outer end of wharf ($1,142.43) — 

Conductor, Jas. Ferlatte, Oct. 2-Nov. 23, 43^ d 130 50 

Labourers, 224| d. at $2.50, 33 at $2; carters, 42| d. at $3 754 75 

Rpck, 140 yd. at $1; spikes, $41.38; smithwork, $40.76; sundries, $35.04 257 18 

St. Charles de Richelieu, repairing wharf and shed ($287.77) — 

Duvernay, J. A.: timber, 5,400 ft. at $30, 128 at $45 167 76 

Labour, $96.85; spikes, etc., $23.16 120 01 

St. Denis Wharf, repairs ($149 . 98)— 

( onductor, E. E. Larue, 6 d. at $4; labourers, $61.95 85 95 

Cement, $24; spruce, $20. 13; stone, $8.25; sundries, $11.65 64 03 

St. Eloi, repairing wharf and painting shed ($155.40) — 

Conductor, R. McClure, 11 d., $30.25; labour, $42.50; cartage, $10 82 75 

McClure, Jos.: spruce, $36; paint, $20; spikes, etc., $16.65 72 65 

St. Emilie: preparing wharf for winter and for spring 34 00 

Ste. Famille, repairs ($193.38)— 

Conductor, J. Premont, 5f d., $17.25, outlay, $13.80; labour, $33.76 64 81 

Gignac, J. H., spruce at $27 107 98 

Timber, etc, $11.09; freight, etc., $9.50 20 59 

Ste. Felicite, repairs to wharf ($599.13)— 

Conductor, M. Gauthier, Oct. 5-Mar. 27, 35 d., $105; labourers at $2.50, $262.50 367 50 

Bergeron, J., spikes, $3; Collin, A., spikes, $19.75; Otis, T., spikes, $63.50 86 25 

Lefrancois, J. T.: timber, 1,854 ft. at $35, 3,468 at $18; hardware, $18.07 145 38 

St. Frangois, I. O.: labour, $70.01; timber, $47.66; sundries, $16.53 134 20 

St. Fulgence, repairs to wharf: Boucher, L., spruce, at 15c, $270; Harvey, C, labour, etc $10.95 280 95 

St. Genevieve de Batiscan, repairing road ($189.90) — 

St. Armand, A. A., fencing, gates, labour, etc 70 70 

Labour, #48.75; cartage, $31.50; fencing, $19.78; sundries, $19.17 119 20 

St. George de Malbaie: Dumas, P. H., rent of piling ground 20 00 

St. Gregoire, construction of guard rail ($158 . 68) — 

Mathieu, P. N.: spruce at $30, $72.78; iron, etc, $39.35 112 13 

Labour, $42.35; spikes, $4.20 46 55 

St. Ignace, protection work ($498.38) — 

Conductor, O. Dallaire, 19 d. at $3; labourers, 75§ d. at $2 208 00 

Chicoutimi Industrial Co., deal at $22, $80.30; Dallaire, J., spruce at 7c, $115.92 196 22 

Timber, $46.19; spikes, $32.55; nails, $15.42 94 16 

St. Ignace de Loyola, repairs- to dyke ($660.51) — 

Conductor, C. Godoury, Oct. 22-Nov. 15, 17 d. at $3 51 00 

Labourers, $96.25; carters, $73 169 25 

Dufault & Reed, 4,000 brick 280 00 

Freight, $60; cement, $37.50; wire, $29.16; sundries, $33.60 160 26 

St. Irenee, repairs to wharf ($588.22)— 

Carpenters, 5 d. at $3, 62-5 at $2.50, 18-3 at $2; carting, $1.50 209 35 

Bouchard, M., smithwork, $66.95; Gignace, J. H., elm at $60, $141.12, freight, $1.38 209 45 

Gauthier, P.: board of C. Forgues, $66.75; labour, $16.75 83 50 

Hardware, $47.87; timber, $12.40; sundries, $25.65 85 92 

St. Jean Deschaillons, repairs to wharf ($207.04) — 

Conductor, A. V. Bourret, April 18-30, 10 d 25 00 

Carpenters, $64.07; labourers, $97; timber, $12; sundries, $8.97 182 04 

Carried forward 308,605 98 



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Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 398,605 9& 

St. Jean Deschaillons, wharf approach ($424.25)— 

Conductor, A. V. Bourret, Sept. 27-Oct. 12, Nov. 7-19, 20| d 41 00 

Labourers, $155; carters, $12.50 167 50 

Laliberte, L., stone, at $10, $100; nails, etc., $1 .65; Potvin, J. stone, $60 161 65 

Spruce, $37.50; weighing stone, $9.60, transportation, $7 54 10 

St. Jean, I. O., repairs to wharf ($114.28) — 

Carpenters, $33; carter, $3.50 36 50 

Dupuis, F. X., hardware, etc., $12.91; Gignac, J. H., timber, etc., $64.87 77 78 

St. Jerome, wharf repairs ($1,801.69)— 

Conductor, Alfred Fortin, Sept. 4-Nov. 21, Mar. 4-28, 73| d., $258.13; freight, $27; out- 
lay, $8 293 13 

Carpenters at $2. 75, $246.15; carters at $3, $151.50; labourers, $222.90 620 55 

Gagnon & Freres: spruce timber, 1, 982 1. ft. at 16c 317 12 

Jalbert, H.: 3-in. spruce deals, 13, 986 ft. at $25 349 65 

Perron, Tremblay & Co.: nails, $63.61; sundries, $7.93 '. . 71 54 

Iron, $135.75; jacks, $12.50; augers, $1.45 149 70 

St. John's Booms: labour, $18; deal, 80c 18 80 

St. John's, rebuilding ice-pier and replacing pile ($739.47) — 

Conductor, G. H. Farrar, July 9-Aug. 7, 26 d. at $3 78 00 

Carpenters, 55 d. at $3; mechanical engineer, 26 d. at $3 243 00 

Sincennes-McNaughton Line, moving scow 50 00 

Trahan, P.: pine piles, 24 at $10; timber, $20 260 00 

Services and outlay of captain of pile-driver, $40.45; coal, $22.80; smith work, $14.80; 

hardware, etc., $30.42 108 47 

St. Joseph de Letellier, installing crane and ladders ($278.25) — 

Usines Gen. de Chars et de Machineries: wharf land crane '. 250 00 

Labour, $25.13; bolts, etc., $3.12 28 25 

St. Laurent, I. O., repairs to wharf ($1,852.25)— 

Foremen, H. Godbout, July, Aug., Nov. 20-Dec. 15, 23-3 d., $81.55; outlay, 30c 81 85 

Carpenters at $2.75, $137.22; labourers at $2.50, $142.75 279 97 

Chinic Co.: nails, $46.55; iron, etc., $13.25 59 80 

Gignac, J. H.: spruce at $33, $528.06, at $37, $88.80, at $45, $671.85; freight, $46 1,334 71 

Labour, $37.98; deals, $29.43; nails, etc., $17.84; mooring post, etc., $10.67 95 92 

St. Majorique, repairing approaches to bridge ($408.38) — 

Conductor, A. Fournier, 18 d., $45; labour, $61 . 13; cartage, $1 107 13 

Carting stone and earth: A. Boulet, $63.50; C. Fournier, $77.50; E. Fournier, $58.50; 

small payments, $101 .75 301 25 

St. Maurice River, Survey ($1,076.70)—. 

Labourers, Dec, 27 d., $67.50; sounding-man, 7 d., $21 88 50 

Canadian Inspection and Testing Laboratories: services, May 14-June 21, Aug. 31, Nov. 

5-6, 35 d., $875; expenses, $109.90 984 90 

Sundries ■ 3 30 

St. Methode, repairs to wharf ($300.70)— 

Conductor, A. Hebert, Sept. 20-Oct. 18, 22£ d 67 50 

Carpenters, $109.62; carters, $15 124 62 

Deals, $89.10; square timber, $10.01; hardware, $9.47 108 58 

St. Michel de Bellechasse, repairs to wharf ($1,599.67)— 

Foreman, E. Goupil, Sept. 11-Nov. 12, 45 d. at $3 135 00 

Carpenters, $111.87; labourers, $233.86; carters, $46.25 39198 

Martineau, G., smithwork, $11.35- Roy, G., nails, etc., $44.73 56 08 

Ruellard.E.: spruce, 29,779 ft. at $26, 6, 645 at $28; pine posts, 6 at $7; sawing, etc., $14.30. . 1,016 61 

St. Pascal: Cain, P., services, $10; Chinic Co., firegrate, etc., $12.75 22 75 

St. Paul, Isle aux Noix, wharf repairs ($777.56) — 

Conductor, E. Gagnon, Oct. 2-4, Nov. 1-Dec. 11, Mar. 6-14, 28 d. at $4; repairs, in Sept., 

$6 118 00 

Carpenter, $26; labourers at $3, $372 . 75; carters, $61 459 75 

Fredette, C, deals at $32, $88.39; Gagnon, J. A., timber, $54.45 142 84 

Nails, $27.50; smithwork, $16.87; freight, $12; sundries, 60c 56 97 

St. Pierre les Becquets, repairing wharf: labour, $31; lumber, $6.20 37 20 

St. Roch de Richelieu, repairs to wharf and shed ($952.15)— 

Conductor, A. Giard, Aug. 23-Oct. 19, 41 d. at $4 164 00 

Carpenters, 33 d. at $3, 56| at $2.50, 46 at $1 .75; painter, $18 338 75 

Allaire, Jos.: nails, $39.60; cement, $9; sundries, $3.25 5185 

Gaudette, C, smithwork, $4.95; Papillon, C, paint, $12 16 95 

Giard, L.: pine, 1,412 ft. at $40, 2,900 at $32; spruce, 2,000 ft. at $30; culls, 3,480 ft. at 

$12 251 04 

Renaud, A.: galv. iron, $54.56; nails, etc., $16.20 •. 70 76 

Legal services, J. M. Richard 58 80 

St. Simeon, repairs to wharf: labour, $42; hardware, $28.04; spruce, $15.10; gravel, $10 95 14 

Carried forward 319, 105 22 



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Harbours and Rivers: Quebec- Continued. —Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ eta. 

Brought forward , 319,105 22 

St. Ulric. repairs to wharf ($1,200)— - n 

Conductor, P. Belanger, Oct., 27 d., ..... _ _ .^ ™ 

( larpenter, etc., 48 .1 50; carters, 33* d. at $3.50. . . . . . .. . ........ . . . . ... 479 <*< 

aoBOTUceat $25, $461 95; dealsat $22, $104.08; iron, $22.50; nails, $21.40; spikes, $16 20. 

" q 'Pa?d as follows: P. Belanger. $79.30; E. Pelletier, $415.10; small payments, $131.78.. 626 13 

St Victoire: St. Martin, L. P., voucher outstanding 

Car^nters $148.75; labourers,. $493 33; carters, $62.35; blacksmith, $2 «« 43 

( Whill, Learmont & ( !o.: spikes, $46.39; sundries, ^ ,.10 w 4» 

Doucet, Ls.: timber, 5,608 ft. a1 $30, 400 at $35; nails, $12 1W 24 

Grier Timber Co., timber at $35 ; . ■•■■■■• £? X* 

Smithwork, $30.80; iron, $14.70; sundries, $21 .54. ■ _••••• <>i ^ 

Trois Lacs, repairing wharf approaches: foreman, D. Carignan, 10J d., $31.50; cartage, $46.50, 
labour, $18.88 

Trois Pistoles, repairs to wharf, etc., (5999.37.)— . _. 

Conductor, Jos. A. Rioux, Sept. 10-Oct. 24, 38{ d. . . . . . . . [5 

Workmen, 37 d. at S3, 37 at S2 .50, 76 at $2; carters, 97* d. at S3 . ^ 648 00 

DeschenesA Fortin: sq. timber, $95.50; deals, $32.50; hardware, etc., $95.49 

Renouf, L. P., sawing, etc 

Valleyfield soundings ($749.50)— '*.*«„* t • iim it 702 r i0 

Chainmen. 60 d., $180; labourers, 165-1 d. $412.75; teaming, $109.75 <0J &« 

Smithwork, $25.75; sundries. $21.25 *' uu 

Bremner A., stone, 125 ton at $2; Langlois, L., timber, b61.85. ......... ... . . . . . ■••••••• *" °' 5 

; av?S, Learmont & Co.: galv. iron pipe, 485 ft 5-in., $161 10; twisted steel ML 78 205 88 
Trudeau, Jos.: cement, 400 sacks at 80c; stone, 5914 tons at $$ sand etc., $38; less 

empty sacks, $29.10 • • • 18 „« 

Smithwork, $11.33; water, $5; freight, $2.05 . . • g * 

Vaudreuil, repairing wharf: deal, $42; labour, $30; hardware, $2.75 '* '» 

Woburn, repairs to wharf ($195.50)— 1fW nn 

Dion, J., bolts and washers, 380, $119, 70 at 70c MB 00 

Teaming, $20; labour, $7.50 .'. ; J ' £j 

Yamachiche: Beauchemin, F., moving fence, twice. 

Yamaska, repairs to dam across Little Channel ($671.15)— 

Foreman, P. Descheneau, Oct. 11-31, 18 d ••.•••■:.•■ •••• ™ JJ 

Labourers, 57* d., $129.40; carters, 6 d., $18; boat hire, $10 g' « 

Descheneau, R., timber at $51 . . . . . . . • ■ - ™" *g 

Cement, $45; smithwork, $9 .70; sundries, $1 .50 •.; > g 

Pile driver: rope, $25.08; caretaking, y. to June 1, 191V , $25 

Chicoutimi District ($14,563. 39)— 9 30Q 0Q 

District engineer, P. E. Amiot, y . . . . . s . ... . . . . . . . • • • • •• o' mnnn 

Assistant engineers: L. P. Amiot y $1,200; T L Vil leneuve, y., $1,800 3,000 00 

Clerks: J. A. Couet, $1,500; A. H. Martin, y. $1,269.13. . . . 2,769 1* 

Draughtsmen: J. O. Lachance, y., $1,300; L. J Savard, y-. 81, 150 2,450 00 

General foremen: J. Rainds, y., $999.96; Wm. Warren, y., $1,080 ' 600 00 

SSK&£*£? b rP^miot; $11.05;- P.E^miot, $42L80; LA. Couet; $252.11; 

J. O. Lachance, $115; H. A, Martin, $39.85; T L Villeneuve, $58.20 898 01 

Beaulieu, W., cartage, $61.50; Boily, H. A., freight, $64.03. ..... . . ■•••••••■ • • ■ Jg ?n 

Tremblay, Capt. Frs.: board of engineer and assistants June 15-Nov. 20, 410 meals 43 50 

Cartage, $82.10; launch hire, $33; freight, $25.61; sundries, $53.55 1J4 ~ } 

Isle Verte District ($9,800.83)— 9 ~ Q() nn 

SSSJjS™£ y ;,P0 ; L^ 4i300 00 

&a?do^ iqM « 

J. F. Richard, $382.83 • • ••• • l '-Jg nn 

Bertrand, Mme. J. T., office rent, Dec. 1, 1916-Mar. 31, 1918 240 OU 

Transportation, $69; launch hire, $20 

Montmagny District ($9,654.57)— ., -^ Q|) 

S££££S5£ t SSES&S i^»iVi WJfeL. Boulet, > : . Si, 900; A. GobeU. 
April 1-Junc 21, $246; C. F. Lecierc, y., $1,000; J. B. Renault, April 1-June 21, $24/ .48, 

G. N. Tremblay, v., $1,200 •■■•■••« f «S9 ?S 

General foreman, Edmund Gagne, y., $1, 200. outlay $174.43. .. ................ . • • • • • • • 1 • ^ *^ 

Travel and outlay: L. N. Boulet, $314.60; A. A. GobeU, $15.65; J. A. Tremblay, $2a9.80. 590 05 

National Telephone Co., tolls, $52.51; Renault, C, washing, $6.60 _______ 

Carried forward 360,533 19 



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V— 151 



Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

1 Brought forward 360, 533 19 

Montreal District ($50,835.14)— 

Acting district engineer, J. L. Dansereau, y 2, 900 00 

Supervising engineer, L. P. Papineau, y 3, 000 00 

Assistant engineers: J. A. Adam. v.. $1,300; R.M. Boright, y., $1,500, U. P.Boucher, 

y., $2,400; J. E. Gagnon, $740.86 ($1,500, less $759.14 paid by Naval Service); 

J. T. Girard, y., $1,900; H. H. King, June 15-Sept. 30, $265; J. Landry, y., $1,800; 

Nap. Latra verse, y., $1,450; J. N. Levesque, y., $1,933.28; E. O'Sullivan. $1,379.50; 

J. L. Preville, v., $1,200; A. W. Sullivan, y., $1,800 17,668 64 

Draughtsman, A. Grondin, y., $1,549.98; clerk of works, H. Constant, y., $1,400 04 2,950 02 

General foreman, H. Beique, y., $1,600.04; foreman of borings, G. Leger, y., $1,200 2,800 01 

Clerks: Wm. Abbott, SI. 750; Mrs. A. Arcand, y., $1,080; Miss L. Duplessis, y., $1,150; 

W. H. Fisher, v.. SI, 500; C. Grolcau, y., $1,266.64; G. St. Jorre, y., $1,316.62 8,063 25 

Stenographers: Miss L. Ste. Marie, y. (less 2 d. in Aug.), $895.17; Miss M. B. Thibault, y., 

$700 1,595 17 

General assistant, A. Tarte, y., $1,200; messenger, A. Chevrier, y., $912.50 2, 112 50 

Travel and outlay: J. A. Adam, $627.47; H. Beique, $470.95; R. M. Boright, $196.35; 
. U. P. Boucher, $756.95; H. Constant, $210.95; J. C. Constant, $443.80; J. L. Dans-reau, 

$1,255.95; W. H. Fisher, $19.55; J. E. Gagnon, $227.20; J. T. Girard, $692.40; W. 

Graham, $693.53; C. Groleau, $19.50; A. Grondin, $260.05; J. Landry, $69.55; N. 

Latraverse, $254; G. Leger, $502.70; J. N. Levesque, $655.36; E. O'Sillivan, $273.57; 

L. G. Papineau, $10.45; J. L. Preville, $323 (overpaid, $2); G. St. Jorre, $114.49; 

A. W. Sullivan. $3; A. Tarte, $380.80 8,766 57 

Bell Telephone Co.. tolls, $203.70; Dawson & Co., electric lamps, etc., $58.03 259 73 

Garceau, A., ice, $52; Montreal Blue Print Co., blue prints, etc., $291.53 343 53 

Hughes-Owens Co.: repairing instruments, etc., $73.30; blueprinting, $37.38 110 68 

Surprenant, D., rent of shed, 20 m. to April 25, 1918 100 00 

Photographic supplies', etc., $46.85; electric supplies, $43.20; toilet service, $30; repairing 

typewriter, $21.55; sundries, $23.40 165 00 

Quebec District ($29,589.82)— 

District engineers: T. Breen, y., $2,700; J. K. Laflamme, y., $2,633.32 5,333 32 

Superintending engineer, A. R. Decary. y 3, 699 92 

Assistant engineers: L. Brunet, y., $1,766.60; B. Grandmont, y., $1,600; J. Lavoie, y., 

$1,580; J. Pothier, y., $1,550; J. E. Sirois, y., $1,800 8,296 60 

Accountant, A. Pelletier, y. (Iess3§ d. in Oct.), $1,783.10; draughtsman, F. du B. Gauvin, 

y., $1,900 , 3,683 10 

General foreman, C. Forgues, y., $1,200; inspector, A. Pouliot, April 1-Aug. 9, $321.78.... 1,521 78 

Stenographers: Miss C. Blais, y., $866.64; C. Dorion, y., $1,033.28 1,899 92 

Messenger, J. D. Yilleneuve, y., $840; charwoman, Mrs. Grenier, y., $350 1,200 00 

Travel and outlay: L. Brunet, $8.75; A. R. Decary, $1,904.05 (no details, $165.30); C. 

Dorion, $5.30; D. Duval, $107.34; C. Forgues, $184.45; B. Grandmont, $129.80; 

J. L. Laflamme, $305.69; J. O. Lavoie, $96.29; A. Pouliot. $10.35; J. E. Sirois, $206.90 2,958 92 

Bell Telephone Co., tolls, etc , 397 64 

Breen, T.: office rent, April-Dec, $108; rent of telephone in residence, y. to Mar. 31, 

1918, $25; rent of p.o. box, $6 139 00 

Hamel, A., print paper, etc., $90.25; Paquet & Fils, coal, $68.20 158 45 

Window screens, $45; castings, $40.97; printing, $32.75; repairing electric clock, $25; 

telegrams, $13.71 : doorcheck, $8; ice, $7; sundries, $128.74 301 17 

Rimouski District ($11,163.94) — 

Assistant engineers: A. Bailey, April-Sept., $600; T. Dery, y., $900; J. E. Letendre, Sept.- 

Mar., $630; L. G. Trudeau, y., $1,700 3,830 03 

Clerk, J. A. Turcotte, April-Feb., $763.33; draughtsman, J. Legare, y., $1,183.27 1,946 60 

Stenographer, Miss E. Garon, y., $780; messenger at $20, $240 1,020 00 

General foreman: A. Lavoie, y., $1,200; M. Leblanc, y., $1,200 2,400 00 

Travel and outlay: A. Bailey, $71.80; T. Dery, $28.60; Miss E. Garon, $49.62; A. 

Lavoie, $47; M. Leblanc, $289.92; J. C. Legare, $27.60; J. C. Tache, $365.34; L. G. 

Trudeau, $240.44 (overpaid $1) 1, 120 32 

Lavoie, L. P., driving, $242.50; Lavoie, U., board of J. A. Turcotte, 62 d., $77.50 320 00 

Tache, Mme. J. C, rent of office, April-Mar 360 00 

Driving, etc., $47.60; lighting, 9 m., $38.70; auto hire, $25; telephone service, $25; ladder, 

$10.50; sundries, $20.22 ' 167 02 

Sherbrooke District ($8,140.78)— 

District engineer, A. G. Sabourin, y 2,500 00 

Assistant engineers: R. de Valter, y., $1,000; J. P. Trottier, April 1-6, Jan.- Mar., $369.98 1,369 98 

Draughtsman. F. Babin, y., $1,000; stenographer, Miss M. A. Hebert, y., $720 1,720 00 

General foreman, A. Jobin, 12 m 1,200 00 

Travel and outlay: R. de Valter, $185.50; A. Jobin, $212.95; A. G. Sabourin, $904.35. . 1,302 80 

Rent of storage shed : 48 00 

Three Rivers District ($13, 162.41)-^ 

District engineer, Li. B. Tourigny, y 2, 500 00 

Consulting engineer, F. X. T. Berlinguet, y 2,700 00 

Assistant engineers: C. Arcand, y., $1,200; C. Bastien, April- Aug., Dec-Mar., $810; 

C. H. Jette, y., $1,249.98; A. Marchand, y., $1,299.96; R. Morrissette, y., $1,300 .. 5,859 94 

Carried forward 471.322 81 



V— 152 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Quebec— Concluded.— Havres et rivieres: Quebec— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 471,322 81 

Three Rivers District — Concluded. 

Clerk, R. Gervais, y 680 97 

Stenographers: Miss A. Olivier, April-June, $174.99; Miss A. Turcotte, July 20-Mar. 31, 

$489.22 ' 664 21 

Travel and outlay, C. L. Arcand, $92.80; G. C. Bastien, $11.90; C. H. Jette, $86.95; 

A. H. Marchand, $55.15; R. Morrissette, $15.60; H. B. Tourigny, $267.24 529 64 

Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, 1 y., 28, $39, 193, $20, 768, $24; tolls, $70.35; over- 
paid, $1 154 35 

Driving, $40.25; typewriting, $25; lumber, etc., $8.05 73 30 

Generally ($1,989.10)— 

King's Printer, $121.75; Stationery Office, $1,849 1,970 75 

Water and bottles, $10.50; duty, $4.10, overpaid, $1; telephone tolls, $2.75 18 35 

Detailed with Harbours Generally ' (Page V— 169) 67 31 

Total 475,481 69 

Charged as follows: — 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec (Page V— 141) 353, 079 22 

Chief Engineer's Staff ( " V— 213) 99,094 55 

Surveys and Inspections ( " V— 221 ) 20, 567 41 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec, 1916-17 2,740 51 

Total, as above 475,481 69 



Harbours and Rivers, Ontario: Summary. 
Havres et rivieres: Ontario, Sommaire. 

Bayfield, repairs to piers 1 , 356 4 4 

Big Bay Point, repairs to wharf 719 62 

Bowmanville, repairs to pier 3, 322 83 

Bronte, repairs to piers 1,047 38 

Bruce Mines, repairs to wharf, etc : 346 40 

Burlington Channel, repairs to piers 1 , 050 00 

Burlington Channel, in full and final settlement of claim of D. G. Stewart 10,441 59 

Cobourg, repairs to east pier 13, 227 95 

Collingwood, subsidies to dry docks 24, 208 96 

French River Dams, maintenance and repairs 2, 745 17 

Goderich, repairs to harbour works 1,094 55 

Haileybury , repairs to wharf : 1 , 389 86 

Harbours and rivers, generally 30, 090 80 

Kingston Dry Dock, renewal of revetment wall 8, 732 1 1 

Kingston, harbour improvement 45, 011 93 

Leamington, repairs to wharf 951 05 

Michipicoten River, repairs to wharf 607 99 

New Liskeard, repairs to wharf 689 09 

Oshawa, repairs to piers 1, 219 68 

Owen Sound, repairs to wharf 3, 996 79 

Pelee Island, repairs to dock 539 20 

Pembroke, repairs to wharf 1, 679 33 

Petawawa Wharf, repairs and improvements 598 59 

Port Burwell, repairs to piers : 1 , 910 83 

Port Colborne, repairs to east breakwater 1 , 950 00 

Port Hope, harbour improvements 6, 046 75 

Port Stanley, harbour improvements 55, 205 83 

Port Stanley, groynes 16,770 18 

Rainy River, repairs to protection work * 719 96 

Rondeau Harbour, repairs and 'renewals 3, 698 39 

Saugeen River, repairs to piers 2, 987 56 

Sault Ste. Marie, improvement to wharf 1 , 140 72 

Shrewsbury, repairs to piers 187 95 

Silver Centre, repairs to wharf 1,030 66 

Thornbury , repairs to pier 737 01 

Windsor Wharf: Exchequer Court award 3,457 20 

Total, carried to page V— 2 250,910 35 



PUBLIC ^YORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 153 

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Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Havres et rivieres: Ontario. $ c ts. 

Abram Chutes, removing rock ($486.90) — 

Foremen: H. Carriere, Mar.-April, 23} d., $94; W. Scroggie, 6 d., $24 118 00 

Labourers, 21§ d., $64.50; dog team, 6 d., $6 70 50 

Cosco, F.: 2,129 ft. lumber, $48.53; sundry, $7.24 55 77 

Farlinger, G. E.: 2 boxes dynamite, $32; towing lumber, $12; sundry, $18.34 62 34 

Hamilton Bros.: 350 drift bolts, $38.50; sundry, $20 '. 58 50 

Sioux Lookout Cash Store: 230 lb. chain, $27.60; provisions, $10.45; sundry, $16.20 54 25 

Small payments: 85 lb. manila rope, $27.20; provisions, $40.34 67 54 

Bayfield, repairs to piers ($1,356.44) — 

Foreman, S. Moore, services, Oct., Nov. and Feb., 52 d., $181.40; outlay, $3 184 40 

Framer, 50 d., $150; labourers, 247§ d., $554.88; teamsters, $27.50 732 38 

Goderich Planing Mills, Ltd.: 54 brl. Portland cement 129 60 

Mustard, J. B.: 53 brl. cement, $118.50; sundry, $11.10 129 60 

Small payments: hardware, $27.27; 2 pr. rubber boots, $10.95; sundry, $10.64 48 86 

Vouchers outstanding, B 32706-14 131 60 

Beaumaris, repairs to wharf ($75.38) — 

Mickle, Dyment & Son: 1,946 ft. lumber, $58.38; sundry, $2 60 38 

Small payments: 30 screw bolts 15 00 

Belleville Harbour: Conroy & Hickey, detailed in 1916-17, page V— 176 200 00 

Big Bay Point, repairs to wharf ($719.62)— 

Mason, Gordon & Co.: 17,324 ft. hemlock 701 62 

Small payments: unloading lumber 18 00 

Bobcaygeon, floating wharf: docking, $7.50; moving through locks, $8 15 50 

Bowmanville, repairs to piers ($3,322.83)— 

Foreman, R. Copeland, services, Aug. 2-Nov. 10, 1917, 85 d., $425; outlay, $6.55 431 55 

Concrete mixer, 2 d., $5; derrick runner, 17 d., $76.50; labourers, 176 d., $616; mason, 56§ 
d., $268.37; moving mixer, $2; rent of concrete mixer, 15 d., $37.50; team and man, 

10§ d., $52.50 1,057 87 

Bowmanville Foundry Co., Ltd., foundry work, $66.43; Dustan, W. H., hardware, $115.75 182 18 

Holgate, J. A. & Son: 205 brl. cement, $553.50; less sale of cement and sacks, $128.25 ...... 425 25 

McClellan & Co., Ltd.: 3,934 ft. pine, $229.42; 600 ft. oak, $72; 404 lb. soft soap, $40.40; 

1,000 ft. hemlock, $36; sundry, $11.33 389 15 

Weddell, R.: services. of tug Minitaga, 66£ h. at $6, 12| h. at $3; rent of derrick, 12 d., $300. 736 50 
Small payments: foundrywork, $31.05; 4 d. rent of diving outfit, $28; 2 pr. waders, $12; 

sundry, $29.28. 100 33 

Bracebridge, wharf repairs ($109.06) — 

Foreman, J. H. Waltenbury, Oct., 4^ d., $15.75; labourers, 2 d., $7; painter, 6| d., $26 48 75 

Ecclestone, G. W.: 361 lb. chain, $34.30; paint, $16.75; sundry, 50c 51 55 

Small payments: foundrywork 8 76 

Bronte, repairs to piers ($1,047.38)— 

Foreman, W. Sargant, Sept.-Oct., 39* d., $158; carpenters, 76 d., $304; teaming, $9 471 00 

Nicholson Lumber Co., Ltd.: 13,388 ft. pine 535 55 

Small payments: nails, $33.18; sundry, $7.65 40 83 

Bruce Mines\ repairs to wharf ($346.40) — 

Carpenter, Sept.-Oct,, 26J d., $132.50; labourer, 22 d., $77 209 50 

White, E. A.: 13f gal. paint, $62.15; sundry, $9.93 72 08 

Small payments: smithwork, $9.42; teaming, $29; 44 t. trap rock, $26.40 64 82 

Burlington Channel, repairs to life chain: crew of Margaret: captain, G. Bussey, Oct., \ m., 

$45.83; cook, $35; engineer, $45; labourers, $63.75 189 58 

Burlington Channel, repairs to piers ($1,050) — 

Foreman, R. Fletcher, services, Sept.-Oct., 37 d., $185, outlay, $15.37; carpenters, 65 d., 

$292.50 492 87 

Bain, J. & Son, foundrywork : 90 23 

Nicholson Lumber Co., Ltd.: 10,379 ft. lumber 417 65 

Small payments: nails, $49.10; sundry, 15c 49 25 

Burlington Channel, in full and final settlement of claim of D. G. Stewart 10,441 59 

Cardinal survey: labour, June, 8 d 13 00 

Charlton, wharf repairs ($113.48)— 

Foreman, A. Fraser, Oct.-Nov., 6 d., $24; labourers, 10£ d., $36.75; teaming, 2 d., $14 74 75 

Small payments: 1,291 ft. jack pine 38 73 

Christian Island, wharf repairs ($560.97) — 

Foreman, W. Richardson, June-July, 21 d., $68.25, 45 d., $135 203 25 

McGibbon Lumber Co.: 7,817 ft. lumber 312 67 

Small payments: smithwork, $25.95; sundry, $19.10 45 05 

Chute a Blondeau, wharf: 10 sheets galv. iron, $27; 5 d. labour, $12.50; sundry, $6.03 45 53 

Cobourg, repairs to east pier ($13,227.95) — 

Foreman, H. A. Croft, services, May-Oct., Dec-Jan., 182-6 d., $913; outlay, $37.54 950 54 

Clerk, A. D. Crozier, services, May-Oct., Dec, 138 d., $379.50; outlay, $25.85 405 35 

Carpenter, 20 d., $94; carter, 26-3 d., $92.05; crib-framer, 196-8 d., $943.30, engineer, 132.9 
d., $493.88; finisher, 31-4 d.,* $148; labourers, 837-2 d., $2,610.66; teamster, 52-8 d., 

$290.40; water boy, 78-8 d., $118.20; watchman, 65-8 d., $98.70 4,889 19 

Diver, B. Rayner, services, 5 d., $40, outlay, $42.40; attendant, 5 d., $20 102 40 

Allen ,W. L. & Co.: hardware, $178.75; 144| lb. manila rope, $43.55 222 30 

Carried forward 26, 663 44 



V— 154 AVDlToi: GENERAL'S REPORT, 1911-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Ontario— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 26,663 44 

irg, repairs to east pier ($13,227.95)- -Continued. 
Bolton, J.: bolts, washers and nuts, $60.82; 141 lifting rings, $63.45; spikes, $106; 71 tie 

rods set on blocks, $1 13.08; sundry, $124.35 467 70 

( Jhalk, T. B.: 3,932 ft. hemlock, $94.36; 1,0-18 ft. oak, $83.84 178 20 

( JobourgTown, 6,625 ft. Lumber, $159; Croft, \V. & Sons, 10 pr. waders, $112 271 00 

Crossen Car Co.: 1,6951b. bar iron, $67.80; 9,080 ft. pine, $345.04; sundry, $10.97 423 81 

Dundas Bros.: plumbing, etc., labour, $19, materials, $54.86; set grate bars, $15 88 86 

Floyd, Mis. I. B., 500 yd. gravel, $75; Hogan, M., teaming, 422 yd. gravel, $386.84 '. 461 84 

GUlard.'J.: 53 gal. gasolene, $20.14; hardware, $45.40; paint, etc., $45.15 110 69 

Henderson Bros.: 6,388 ft. lumber, $255.52; sundry, $71.52 327 04 

Hopkins, F. H. & ( Jo.: 2 wader's suits 55 00 

Jex, C. E.: 1,600 ft. hemlock, $48; 1,087 ft. pine, $48.92; sundry, $11 107 92 

.lex, M. & Co.: 2,109 bags cement, $1,318.13; 139$ h. labour, $48.83; 170 h. mixer, $85; 1 h. 

teaming, 55c 1,452 51 

Leckie, J., Ltd., 218 lb. manila rope, $87.20; Plunkett, G., 29-39 t. coal, $290.43 377 63 

Rice, Lewis & Son: 250 ft. wire cable, $62.50; sheave for same, $10; sundry, $15.09 87 59 

Russell, J. E.: carpenter, 2 d., $7; services of diver, helper and outfit, $80; services of 

tug Jarmin, 30 h., $105 192 00 

Scully, A. A., Ltd.: 300 ft. steel rope 82 50 

Shell-Bar, Boico Supply, Ltd.: 30 sq. ft. shell bar grates 210 00 

Smith, J. B. & Sons, 2,280' fir, $136.80; freight, $11.04 -147 84 

Thompson-Macdonald Co.: 650 ft. pine, $22.75; 110 ft. rope, $33; wire, $30.80; sundry, 

829.48 116 03 

Weddell, R. & Co.: rent of flat scow, 30 d., $150; tug A. B. Cooke, attending derrick scow, 

1S7 h., $054.50; tug Minitaga, towing, 2h lay h., $7.50, 65| working h., $393 1, 205 00 

Small payments: 700 ft. elm, $17.50; 59 yd. duck, $13.14; 57 galv. tees, $22.80; 9 pr. rubbers, 

$13.53; 20 ft. x 30 ft. tarpaulin, $49.60; teaming 63 yd. gravel, $57.75; telephone ex- 
change, May 23-Mar. 31, $21.45, tolls, $21.65; sundry, $77.59 295 01 

Cobourg, repairs to west breakwater ($2,491.70) — 

Foreman, H. A. Croft, Nov., 26-4 d., $132; clerk, A. D. Crozier, 26 d., $71.50 203 50 

Carpenter, 10 d., $54.50; carters, 6-9 d., $24.15 78 65 

Crib-framer, 26 d., $130; engineer, 26 d., $97.50 227 50 

Labourers, 126-4 d., $419.40; teamsters, $34.10; watchman, 26 d., $39 " 492 50 

Bolton, J.: niggerhead, $22.50: 743 lb. SDikes, $44.58; sundry, $29.44 96 52 

Gillard, J.: 47£ gal. gasolene, $18.05; brl. soap, $15.20; 3 kegs spikes, $18; sundry, $6.40. . . 57 65 

Goodwin, Estate of J.: 14 d. hire of tug 280 00 

Henderson Bros.: 1,031 ft. hemlock, $36.09; 513 ft. pine, $24.48; sundry, $4.99 65 56 

Weddell & Co.: rental of derrick, 330 h 825 00 

Small payments: hardware, $20.11; 860 ft. hemlock, $30.10; 1,382 ft. pine, $41.46; 250 ft. 

rope, $48.75; sundry, $24.40 164 82 

Collingwood, subsidies to dry docks 24, 208 96 

Cumberland, wharf repairs ($298.23) — 

Foreman, A. Allan, Sept., 16 d., $48; carpenter, 13 d., $32.50: labourer, 14§ d., $32.25; 

teamster, \ d., $1.50 114 25 

Fassett Lumber Co.. 4,355 ft, hemlock 118 70 

Small payments: 1,052 ft. lumber, $37.87; sundry, $27.41 65 28 

Desbarats, construction of landing stage ($99.55) — 

Marshall, J. R.: 2,300 ft. hemlock plank, $46; sundry, $6 52 00 

Outlay of district engineer, W. J. Fuller 35 50 

Small payments, nails 12 05 

French River Dams, maintenance and repairs ($2,745.17) — 

Assistant engineer, A. R. Simpson, services, April, $125; outlay, $48.15 173 15 

Boatman, $10; labourers, $21 31 00 

Caretakers: D. Bergeron, services, y., $900; board, $273.75; N. Pipher, services, y., 

$900; board, $273.75 2,347 50 

Small payments: freight, $15.15; provisions, $70.37; repairs to engine, $25.32; teaming 

and hauling, $48; sundry, $34.68 193 52 

Gananoque ($328.64)— 

Bennett, I. W. <fe Son: 198 gal. gasolene, $70. 60; hardware, $24 . 54 95 14 

LaSha, Mrs. J. M.: storage of ice-boring machine, skiffs and tools, Dec. 1916-Mar. 1918. . 160 00 
Small payments: laying up boats for winter, $40; rent of boat house, 6 m. to May 1, 1917, 

$25; sundry, $8.50 73 50 

Goderich, repairs to harbour works ($1,094.55) — 

( Jarpenter, Sept.-Dec, Mar., 89 d., $267; labourers, 50| d., $128.25 395 25 

Goderich Planing Mills, Ltd., 17,920 ft. lumber 663 04 

Small payments: hardware, $11.10; marine coil for motor boat, $15; sundry, $10.16 36 26 

Grand Bend, repairs to piers ($181.95) — 

Foreman, H. Gill, Aug. and Oct., 16 d., $48; carpenters, 13 d., $39; labourers, 1\ d., $18.75 105 75 

Small payments: bolts, nails, etc., $25.20; 1,000 ft. lumber, $30; two 21' 6" rods, $21 76 20 

Baileybury dockyard, labour, Aug 10 00 

arried forward !*. 64,780 36 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 155 

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Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Continued— Havres et rivieres: Ontario— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward G4 , 780 36 

Haileybury, repairs to wharf ($1,389.86) — 

Pay-lists, Sept.-Dec., Mar.: carpenters, 27 d., $94.50; handymen, 16-8 d., $55.60; horse 
and driver, 5 d., $15.30; laborers, 66 d., $195.25; mason, 5 d., $17.50; painters, 18 d., 

$81.45; teaming, 5-9 d., $36.30 495 90 

Norfolk & Rochester Hardware Co.: 42 gal. paint, $95; 30 gal. roof cement, $46.50; sundrv, 

$30.02 171 52 

Northern Canada Supply Co.: 8 kegs nails, $48.80; sundry, $11.90 60 70 

Tudhope Lumber Co., 23, 942 ft. lumber 657 78 

Small payments, sundry 3 96 

Kenora wharves: caretaker, R. G. Faulkner, July-Sept 180 00 

Kincardine, renewal of piling ($2,195.68) — 

Foreman, D. Keys, services, Feb.-Mar., 40| d.. $162; use of piledriver, 24 d., $72 234 00 

Carpenters, 34 d., $119; labourers, 139 d., $417; teamsters, 35 d., $192.50 728 50 

Mason, Gordon & Co., 24,360 ft. lumber 1,142 48 

Small payments: 366 ft. lumber, $14.64; smithwork, $26.20; spikes, $23.73; sundry, $26.13' 90 70 

Kingston Dry Dock, renewal of revetment wall ($8,732.11) — 

Conductor of works, W. Holder, services, Jan. 17-Mar. 31, $500; outlay, $11.86 511 86 

Carpenters, 3,090 h., $1,359; clerk, 9 weeks, $135; divers, 8| d., $85; labourers, 3,875 

h., $1,355.65; teamsters, 28£ d., $155 3,089 65 

Cockburn, W., smithwork 53 52 

Collingwood Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.: making 2 plates for wharf, 34 h. labour, $26.85; 

3,222 lb. steel, $386.64; sundry, $17.35 430 84 

Dalton, W. B.: 30 brls. cement, $87.31; 4,453 lb. rod iron, $222.05; 6 wheelbarrows, $60; 

sundry hardware, $156 .11 526 07 

Fleck, A.: 1,665 bolts, $574.45; washers, 275 lb. cast iron, $12.51, 325 lb. steel, $36.08. ... 623 04 

Kingston Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd., 20 loads sand 60 00 

McAulifTe-Davis Lumber Co.: 1,985 ft. pine, $83.37; 49,058 ft. spruce, $2,203.24 2,286 61 

Revell, T., 1,296 ft. oak, $129.60; Roddy &\Monk, 20 loads stone, $75 204 60 

Sowards, J. F., supplying and placing 281-2 cu. yd. limestone rock 506 18 

Travel and outlay, A. R. Simpson 33 42 

Small payments: 1,080 ft. hemlock, $40.96; 355 ft. oak, $35.50; 6 pr. rubber boots, $35.10; 

sundry, $15.25 126 81 

' Advertising ...*.. , 279 51 

Kingston, harbour improvements ($45,011.93) — 

Hamilton Bridge Works, construction of superstructure of two steel highway bridges and 

one steel bascule bridge over Cataraqui River: amount of contract, $114,700, extra 

work, $2,509.47; less previous payments, $84,220, shown at page V— 179, 1916-17... . 32,989 47 

Thunder Bay Contracting Co., paid in 1916-17, page V— 204 364 15 

Assistant engineer, H. A. Cross, y 1 , 080 00 

Caretakers of bridges J. Birmingham, April 17- Aug. 31, $268; G. Luckin, July 10-Mar. 31, 

$653; P. J. O'Connor, April-Dec, $810; T. Poffley, y., $765 2,496 00 

Carpenter, 40 d., $120; labourers, $107.38; launch engineer and labourer, G. Griswold, 

April-Dec, $602.50; teaming, $4.50 834 38 

Electrical inspector, M. G. Ryan, y., $1,173; inspector, R. Armstrong, April-Dec, $877. . 2,050 00 
Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, No. 1453, y., $43, No. 2179, Aug. 13-Mar. 31, $17.11; 

tolls, $7 . 60 67 71 

Canadian Westinghouse Co.: fifty 8 cp. carbon lamps, $17.50; 75 enclosed fuses, $20.32; 

switchboard, complete, $50; sundry, $8.03 95 85 

Central Electric Supply Co.: 10 globes, $32.90; lamps, 36 nitrogen, $120.60, 200 tungsten, 

$78 231 50 

Cockburn, W., smithwork 86 07 

Dalton, W. B. & Sons, Ltd.: "Alert" clock, $65; 283 lb. keystone grease, $62.26; 10 gal. 

paint, $33.50; 130 lb. white waste, $24.70; sundry, $155.57 341 03 

Douglas & Mcllquham, pointing sea wall, mason's labour, 88 h 57 20 

Frontenac Hotel, board and lodging for H. A. Cross, 18* d. in July 55 50 

Hamilton Bridge Works Co.: labour, 118 h., $69.44; sundry, $5.36 74 80 

Hunt, R. W. & Co., Ltd.: field inspection of bridges, services, April-July, $565.38, expenses, 

$194.51; shop inspection of 450-9815 ton steelwork, $157.84 917 73 

Kingston City, Utilities Commission: lighting, Aug.-Mar., 11,578 k.w. h., $476.04; power 

supplied LaSalle bridge, April 15-20, May 1-Dec 15, 1917, Mar. 15-30, 1918, $1,187.72; 

one 5 k.w. transformer, $83.70; 14 tungsten and nitrogen lamps, $8.10 1,755 56 

Knapp, A. C: use of boathouse, y., $25; 179 gal. gasolene, $66.23; sundry, $20.77 112 00 

Small payments: 5 ton coal, $52.75; electrical supplies, $46.26; 26 yd. filling, $26; 9 galv. 

tops for lamp posts, $20.50; laying maple flooring in store room, $35; 918 ft. lumber, 

$40.15; rent of typewriter, June 5, 1917-Jan. 5, 1918, $21; 59-26 sq. ft. rubber matting, 

$44.43; 40 cu. yd. rubble stone, $45; 61 M shingles, $29.25; spruce and beaverboard, 

$20; Stanley & Paterson 110 volt, 60 cycle gong bell, $39.50; sundry, $123.38 543 22 

Travel and outlav: H. A. Cross, $134; W. J. Moore, $34; L. deB. Roy, $26.80; M. G. Ryan, 

$141.95; A. R. Simpson, $161.88; C.J. Steers, $26.79 525 42 

Advertising, $260.40; King's Printer, $67.74; Stationery Office, $6. 20 334 34 

Carried forward 122,289 94 



V — 156 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Ontario— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 122, 289 94 

Kingsville, repairs to piers ($198.29) — 

Foreman, F. A. Lee, Dec.-Jan., 8 d., $32, R. G. Scratch, Mar., 3$ d., $14; labourers, 

13 d., $39 85 00 

Conklin Planing Mills, 2, 520 ft. hemlock 100 80 

Small payments: nails, $10.94; sundry, $1.55 12 49 

Lakeport, wharf repairs ($119.22) — 

Crew of Margaret: captain, G. Bussey, services, Sept., 5 d., $15.28, outlay, $21; cook, 

$11.67; engineer, $15; labourers, $21.25 84 20 

Small payments: 602 ft. pine, $28.03; sundry, $6.99 35 02 

Leamington, repairs to wharf ($951.05) — 

Foreman, F. A. Lee, services, April-May, 32 d., $128, outlay, $39.55 167 55 

Engineers, 20-4 d., $61.20; labourers, 104-4 d., $280.50; teamsters, 9 h., $4.50 346 20 

Concrete and Steel Construction Co., use of piledriver and engine, 14 d 70 00 

Simpson, R. & Son: 4,024 ft. lumber, $160.96; 3,035 ft. piling, $121.40; 228 1. ft. round 

oak, $52.44 •> 334 80 

Small payments: hardware, $14.25; sundry, $18.25 32 50 

L'Orignal, wharf repairs ($199.17)— 

Foreman, A. Rochon, Aug., 13 d., $39; labourers, 23£ d., $58.75; teamster, 4£ d. f $15.17. . 112 92 

Stearns, M. L. & Son, Ltd., 2,922 ft. hemlock 75 97 

Small payments, sundry 10 28 

Michipicoten River, repairs to wharf ($607.99) — 

Foreman, A. A. Ross, services, Sept., Mar., 19 d., $95, outlay, $3; teaming, 10 d., $46 144 00 

Labourers, 44 d 142 98 

Bell, H. P.: 130 lb. cast steel, $26; 530 lb. drift bolts, $45.60; sundry, $5 76 60 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: truck, $31.25; winch, $56.55 87 80 

Keyes & Reynolds: hardware, $39.70; nails, $24.40 64 10 

Small payments: 1,065 ft. lumber, $31.95; nails, $18. 15; 120 ft. steel rope, $28.26; sundry, 

$3.20 81 56 

Outlay of district engineer, W. J. Fuller , 10 95 

Minaki, wharf repairs: nails, $2.45; placing ladders on wharf, 3j d. labour, $15.75 18 20 

New Liskeard, repairs to wharf ($689.09) — 

Pay-lists, Aug.-Sept., Mar.: carpenters, 10 a., $35; handyman, 4 d., $13; horse and driver, 

1 d., $3; labourers, 28J d., $84.20; teamsters, 11-8 d., $70.80 206 00 

Reid, S.: 571 ft. round timber 82 69 

White Rver Steamboat Co.: stone and gravel, 364 c. yd 400 40 

Nipissing, wharf repairs ($178.50) — 

Foreman, H. Chapman, services, Nov.-Dec, 7 d., $21, outlay, $11 .30; labourers, 14 d., $42 74 30 

Trout Creek Lumber Co.: 5,210 ft. lumber 104 20 

Oshawa, repairs to piers ($1,219.68) — 

Foreman, H. Flintoff, Nov., 20| d., $92.25; carpenters, 36| d., $122.88; labourers, 26| d., 

$86 13 301 26 

James, R. H.: 3 in. pine, 17, 153 ft 857 65 

Small payments: 6 kegs nails, $33; 171 lb. spikes, $17. 10; sundry, $10.67 60 77 

Owen Sound, repairs to wharf ($3,996.79)— 

Foreman, A. Green, Oct.-Dec, 43 d., $193.50; piledriver foreman, J. E. Woolrich, 3l£ d., 

$110.25 303 75 

Engineer, 33§ d., $134; labourers, 139.1 d., $477.60 611 60 

Davis-SmithMalone Co., Ltd.: 2 t. coal, $19; 7,568 ft. lumber, $227.04; 99 h. teaming, 

$58.80; sundry, $2.25 307 09 

Harrison, J. & Sons Co., Ltd.: cartage, $44.25; 39,956 ft. hemlock, $1,286; 2,374 1. ft. 

piles, $712.20; sundry, 60c 2,043 05 

Kennedy, W. & Sons, Ltd.: 1,500 wrought iron rods 120 00 

Thomson, T. I., Ltd.: 3,435 lb. bolts, $322.25; 196 lb. cast washers, $19.60; nails, $28.40; 

spikes, $18.45; sundry, $3.35 392 05 

Woolrich, J. E.: 1J t. coal, $14.25; 34 loads broken stone filling, $17; 17# d. rent of pile 

driver and equipment, $175; sundry, $13 219 25 

Pelee Island, repairs to dock ($539.20)— 

Conductor, J. E. Quick, April & Mar., 22| d., $67.50; labourers, 71 d., $202.49; teamsters, 

11| d., $56 325 99 

Ludlam-Ainslie Lumber Co.: 3,583 ft. lumber 140 99 

Small payments: 6 cords stone, $42; sundry, $30.22 72 22 

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Brought forward 131 , 007 12 

Pembroke, repairs to wharf ($1,679.33) — 

Labourers, July and Sept., 459 h 137 70 

Colonial Lumber Co.: 21,181 ft. red pine car decking 720 15 

Dunlop & Co., Ltd.: hardware, $39.74; 11 kegs nails, $62. 13; repairs to dock railing, $10. . Ill 87 

Pembroke Lumber Co.: 20,871 ft. red pine 709 6 1 

Petawawa, wharf repairs and improvements ($598.59) — 

Foreman, H. B. Smith, services, Feb.-Mar., 27 d., $90.89; outlay, $37.50 128 39 

Handvmen, 65-5 d., $180.12; teamsters, 10 d., $45 225 12 

Campbell, A. F. & Son: 6,353 ft. lumber 203 30 

Small payments: hardware 41 78 

Peterborough, George Street wharf ($507.23)— 

Foreman, A. Allison, Aug., 7 d., $26.25; labourers, 4^ d., $15.75 42 00 

Bird, E. W. : painting freight shed, pavilion, etc ' 140 00 

Grant & Thorpe: electrical work, 30 h. labour, $18; materials, $51 .05 69 05 

Higgins Hardware Co.: 175 ft. corrugated hose, $43.75; sundry, $26.05 69 80 

Turner, J. J. & Sons: 40 foot spruce flag pole and 9 foot Union Jack 54 65 

Small payments: 6 Ids. gravel and 3 Ids. clay, $18.75; lumber, $21.49; office furniture, 

$24.75; telephone exchange, y. to Aug. 24, 1918, $30; sundry, $36.74 131 73 

Peterborough, Lock Street whan ($72.79) — 

Foreman, A. Allison, Aug. 6 d., $22.50; carpenter, 3 d., $10.50 33 00 

- Small payments: 756 ft. lumber, $28.83; sundry, $10.96 39 79 

Point Edward, inspection of dredging: J. A. Glass, services, April 12-Dec. 22, 257 d., $771; 

overtime, 801 h., $240.30; boat hire, $81.33; outlay, $11.63 1,104 26 

Port Burwell, repairs to piers ($1,910.83)— 

Foreman, R. Hutchinson, Nov-Mar., 106 d 424 00 

Carpenters, 94-5 d., $330.75; labourers, 151 d., $453; teamsters, 6 d., $30 813 75 

Marlatt & Bradfield: 21, 071 ft. lumber 632 13 

Small payments: spikes, $27 . 50; sundry, $13 . 45 40 95 

Port Colborne, repairs to east breakwater ($1,950) — 

Foreman, H. Brennan, Nov., 9 d., $54; engineer, 8 d., $40; labourers, 44 d., $176 270 00 

Hogan, M. J.: repairs to concrete superstructure, 240 c. yd. concrete 1,680 00 

Port Colborne, repairs to west breakwater ($398.50) — 

Foreman, H. Brennan, Nov., 70 h., $42; labourers, 240 h.. $96 138 00 

Department of Railways and Canals: 2,592 ft. B. C. fir 155 52 

Small pavments: dockage of derrick, $16.87; 3771b. drift bolts, $30.16; services of tug, 4 d. 

$20; towage of derrick scow, 6 trips, $30; sundry, $7 . 95 104 98 

Port Hope, harbour improvements ($6,046.75) — 

Tompkins & Cunningham: detailed in 1915-16, page V— 226 485 18 

Foreman, W. J. Colivell, Sept.- Mar., 105| d 473 63 

Carpenters, 258£ d., $880.58; labourers, llli d., $305.95; teaming, $80.50 1,267 03 

Chalk, T. B.: 71,716 ft. pine, $3,493.92; sundry, $23.71 3,517 63 

Outram, G. A.: hardware, $13.86; 1,226 lb. iron, $73.32; 13 kegs nails, $84.50 171 68 

Small payments: 438 lb. dock bolts, $17.52; nails, $15.44; spikes, $25; wages and expenses 

of diver and assistant, 2 d., $42.80; sundry. $30.84 131 60 

Port Stanley, groynes ($16.770.18) — 

General foreman, A. Taylor, Nov.-Mar., 129 d., $645; foremen: R. Hutchinson, services, 

26 d., $97.50, outlay, $25.80; J. McKenty, services, 17 d., $68, outlay, $35.34; F. A. 

Lee, services, 58 d., $232, outlay, $87.98; R. Loder, 139 d., $552.25; D. Paterson, 

24 d., $96; P. Sullivan, 96 d., $408 ( 2,247 87 

Engineers, 338i d., $1,076.76; carpenters, 118 d., $409.26; fireman, 15 d., $45; labourers, 

l,29Ud-, $3,874.50; teamster, 1 d., $5 5,410 52 

Concrete & Steel Construction Co.: use of pile diiver, Sept.-Mar., 124 d 124 00 

Green Lumber Co., Ltd.: work on pile driver, carpenter, 90 h., $45; 804 ft. lumber, 

$48.52; sundry, $20.90 114 42 

Hogan, M. J.: 6,168 ft. hardwood, $178.87; sundry, $8.43 187 30 

Ingram & Davey: "Automatic" 10 ton jack with screw jack and wooden maul, $33.50; 

bolts, $38.60; 302 lb. manila rope, $70.70; nails and spikes, $22.55; sundry, $109.88. . . 275 23 
London Bolt and Hinge Works: bolts, 634 machine, $64.72, 903 screw, $273.04; 1,464 cast 

washers, $72.54; 2,662 spikes, $147.16; sundry, $1.80 559 26 

London Concrete Machinery Co.: 250ft. cable, $45; 4fx7 hoisting engine No. 225 complete 

with boiler, $709.50; sundry, $63.77 818 27 

Marlatt & Bradfield: freight, $388.42; 97,708 ft. lumber, $2,702.46; 1,090 ft. piles, $239.80 3,330 68 

Michigan Central Railroad Co.: freight on 1, 182 ft. piling 130 02 

Mitchell, W.: hardware, $165.05; 1,560 ft. lumber, $62.57 227 62 

Carried forward .' 158,700 59 



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Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Continued— Havres et rivieres: Ontario— Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward ... 158,700 59 

Port Stanley, groynes — Conclude I. 

Moore J. I'.. Bawing, 14,584 ft. timber, $72.91; Norsworthy, The C. Co., foundry work 

1121.52 i 194 43 

POnsford, A.. E., Ltd.: boring apparatus, $350; i - ent of hoisting engine, Aug. 20-Nov. 30, 

Jan.-Feb., $133.33 483 33 

Port Stanley Supply Co., Ltd., 73-27 t. coal, $571.04; Sharpe, J. W., smithwork, $55.81 . . 626 85 

Tromanhauser, J. H. Co.: pile hammer 60 00 

\\ allaceburg ( looperage ( Jo., Ltd.: 6, 941 ft. white oak piling 1,436 28 

Williamson, W.: hauling timber, etc., 368 h 220 80 

Small payments: freight, $46.86; hauling timber, 30 h., $18; 1,412 ft. lumber, $52.58; 

putting piledriver scow on dry dock, $30; 4 pr. rubber boots, $25; No. 3 swivel block, 

$29. to; work on boiler, 45 h., machinist, $22.50; sundry, $98.96 323 30 

Port Stanley, harbour improvements ($55,205.83) — 

Hogan, M. J. : detailed at page V— 53, 590 00 

Dredging inspector, J. Price, Aug., $73.50; inspector, A. Taylor, May 17-Oct. 31, $655; 

labourer, $19.25; rodman, $220 967 75 

Pine, 3,000 ft., $90; repairing motor boat, $24.75; row-boat and 2 pr. oars, $30; telephone 

tolls, $85.47; sundry, $40.57; Bell Telephone Co., $91.72; Marlatt & Bradfield, $90; 

6 small payments, $89.07; less, $60, hire of pile cutting saw by Concrete Construction 

Co 210 79 

Travel and outlay, W. Griesbach. 385 21 

Advertising, $14.80; King's Printer, $37.28 52 08 

Port Stanley, survey: A. Taylor, services, April 24-27 •. 16 00 

Rainy River, repairs to protection work ($719.96) — 

Foreman, G. Rossboro, Mar., 8 d., $48; labourers, 16 d., $80 128 00 

Coulter, C. J.: boat trip to lake, $20; draying timber, $53.50 73 50 

Vigars-Shear Lumber Co., Ltd.: 6, 778 ft. lumber 258 63 

Wells & Emerson: 206 bolts, $155.38; 512 cast washers, $61.44; sundry, $15.29 232 11 

King's Printer 27 72 

Robin's Landing, cutting ice, 1917-18 25 00 

Rondeau Harbour, repairs and renewals ($3,698.39) — 

Foremen, D. Clark, July, Nov., 12£ d., $43.75; F. A. Lee, services, 68 d., $272, outlay, 

$81.97 397 72 

Labourers, 386-75 d 1, 166 25 

Canada Cement Co., Ltd.: 110 brl. cement 222 00 

Concrete & Steel Construction Co.: 100 yd. gravel, $140; rent of concrete mixer, 3 d., 

$15; supplying plant, labour, etc., driving 10 square oak fender piles, $190; sundry, 

$3.50 348 50 

Marlatt & Bradfield: freight, $103.40; 26,557 ft. lumber, $864.89; less $30 retained 938 29 

Simpson, R. & Son: 5,424 ft. white oak 352 56 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co., 108 bars steel ■ 163 77 

Small payments: freight, $18; 3 pr. rubber boots, $21; '16 loads stone, $28; teaming, 

$11; sundry, $27 105 00 

Voucher outstanding, B. 33603, W. D. Samson 4 30 

Rondeau, repairing erosion in harbour bar ($2,737.75) — 

Inspection, D. Clarke, services, Nov. 5-10 21 00 

Dunbar & Sullivan Dredging Co.: dredge Handy Andy, 60 h. dredging, $1,200; preparing 
and towing dredge to Rondeau, 5| d., $287.50; rent of flat scow, 11 d., $165; rent 

of tug, for towing, 73 lay h., $255.50, 81 working h., $567; 483| ton stone, $241.75 2,716 75 

Saugeen River, repairs to piers ($2,987.56) — 

Foreman, A. Mcintosh, Sept.-Dec, Feb.-Mar., 106§ d 372 75 

Carpenters, 70 d., $210: labourers, 227 d., $510.79; teamsters, 62§ d., $250 970 79 

Hadley, S., Lumber Co., 22,480 ft. lumber 1,038 08 

Speare, G.: 3,930 lb. bolts, $353.71; 255 lb. washers, $22.95; sundry, $19.95 396 61 

Thomson, F.: 4,536 ft. lumber, $144.46; sundry, $4.50 148 96 

Small payments: hardware, $34.62; 83 loads stone, $20.75; sundry, $5 60 37 

Sault Ste. Marie, improvement to wharf ($1, 140.72)— 

Carpenter, Sept.-Dec, 83 d., $384.50; helpers, 35^ d., $132.51 517 01 

Black Buildin? Supply Co., Ltd.: 42.^ gal. paint, $127.50; 60 gal. tockolith, $180 307 50 

Brown A: Smit: labour painting roof and cupola, 1,960 sq. yd., $234.20; sundry, $21.08. .. . 255 28 

Small payments: freight, $16.98; hardware, $26.96; lumber, $16.99 60 93 

Sault Ste. Marie, repairs to wharf shed ($505.30) — 

( arpenters, April-May, 43 d., $178.50; labourers, 16 d., $40 218 50 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd.: hardware, $13.80; plumbing, 63 h. labour, $47.26; materials, 

$104 .79 165 85 

Grand, E. T.: painting, papering, etc., 76 h. labour, $38, materials, $32.55 70 55 

Small payments: 5 doors, $22.50; lumber, $16.71; sundry, $11.19 50 40 

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Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Ontario— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 229,082 09 

Seven Mile Narrows, repairs to crib ($109.76) — 

McGibbon Lumber Co.: 3,670 ft. hemlock 95 42 

Small payments: 3§ d. labour, $10.50; sundry, $3.84 14 34 

Shrewsbury, repairs to piers ($187.95) — 

Concrete and Steel Construction Co.: hire of pile driver plant, 13 d 65 00 

Forbes, A. D., 15 loads stone 52 50 

Small payments: labour, $21.25; 1,640 ft lumber, $49.20 70 45 

Silver Centre, repairs to wharf ($1,030.66)— 

Pay-lists, Sept.-Oct.: carpenters, 43 d., $149.25; cook, 12 d., $30; gasoline tug, 11 h., $3; 

handymen, 23 d., $63.25; labourers, 74h d., $193.25; teaming, $23. 40 462 15 

Norfolk & Rochester Hardware Co., Ltd.: 17,706 ft. lumber 451 50 

Small payments: lumber, $30; provisions, $87.01 117 01 

St. Joseph, repairs to piers ($400) — 

Foreman, F. Ducharme, services, June-Aug., 25 d., $87.50; outlay, $3.09 90 59 

Labourers, 39 d., $117; teaming, $42.75 ' 159 75 

Small payments: 2 pes. cedar, $12; 683 ft. hemlock, $23.73; 747 ft. pine, $31.38; 14 cds. 

stone, $59.50; sundry, $23.05. 149 66 

Sturgeon Falls, wharf repairs ($206.51)— 

Handymen, 32^ h., $14; labourers, 143 h., $42.90; teamsters, $39.46 96 36 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: freight on plant, Sturgeon Falls to Norway Bay 65 40 

Small payments: hardware, $16.02; 672 ft. lumber, $24.48; sundry, $4.25 44 75 

Thames River, gauge reading at mouth, April-June-Nov 21 00 

Thorah Island, repiling timber 22 00 

Thornbury, repairs to pier ($737.01)— 

Foreman, J. Hurst, services, 311 d-. $109.25; outlay, $20 129 25 

Labourers, 33 d., $75.30; man and horse, 19 d., $83; man and team, 15 d., $90 248 30 

Andrews, W., 67 pes. round hardwood timber 80 00 

Heslip, J. C: 1,370 lb. bolts, $164.40; heading bolts, 31 h., $23.25; 680 lb. washers, 

$61 . 20 248 85 

Small payments: 960 ft. flooring, $15.36; 61 Ids. stone, $15.25 30 61 

Toronto Harbour, soundings: H. D. McDonell, services of 2 men, 5 d., $35; use of gasoline 

boat, 5 d., $75; use of row-boat, $18; sundry, $2.40 130 40 

Toronto, Queen's wharf: attending hydrograph, J. M. Allen, April-Sept 50 00 

Wendover, wharf repairs ($124.75)— 

Foreman, H. St. Pierre, sr., April and Aug., 11| d., $30.50; labourers, 16| d., $40.25 70 75 

Papineauville Lumber Co., Ltd.: 2,000 ft. spruce . 54 00 

Wheatley, repairs to wharf ($227.50)— 

Foreman, F. J. Fox, Mar., 26 d., $78; labourers, 41 d., $92.50; teamsters, 4| d., $22.50. . . . 193 00 

Small payments: 1, 000 ft. timber, $30; sundry, $4.50 34 50 

Windsor Dock ($1,916.02)— 

Foreman, Capt. J. McKenty, Nov., 8 d., $32; teaming, $19.60 51 60 

Grand Trunk Railway System: rental of Building dock, y. to April 30, 1918, $1,200; 

taxes, $31 . 50 1, 231 50 

Legal services, A. B. Drake, Windsor, Ont 632 92 

Windsor Wharf: Exchequer Court award- 
Ellis, H. T. W.: award, $2,500; interest, $538.70; taxed costs, $418.50 3,457 20 

Wolfe Island, survey of blanket shoals ($165. 15) — 

Foreman assistant, J. Paul, Jan.-Mar., 10 d 40 00 

Small payments: board and lodging, $27; teaming, $9; sundry, $6.35 42 35 

Travel and outlay: S. J. Chapleau, $69.85; W. J. Moore, $12.95 82 80 

Fort William District ($8 , 448 . 80)— 

District engineer, H. B. R. Craig, y 3,000 00 

Assistant engineers, L. Bisson, y., $1, 700; J. A. Laniel, y., $1 , 433 . 28 3, 133 28 

Stenographer, Mrs. M. Armson, y 840 00 

Travel and outlay, H. B. R. Craig 1,443 52 

Small payments, 8 pr. short rubber boots 32 00 

Haileybury District ($3,753.42)— 

Clerkof works, F.J. Fitzgerald, y., $1,425; general foreman, V. Laflamme, y., $1,400.01. . 2,825 01 

Travel and outlay: F. J. Fitzgerald, $143; V. Laflamme, $344.87; J.Lamoureux, $16.45. . 504 32 

W T hite River Steamboat Co.: towing cooking, flat and pile driver scows, 31| h 94 50 

Provisions: Elkins & Sinclair, $88.47; F. C. Preston, Ltd., $133.88 222 35 

Small payments: foundry work, $67.69; telephone exchange, y., $32; sundry, $7.55 107 24 

Midland District ($6,227.66)— 

District engineer, J. H. Armstrong, y. . 2,583 26 

Assistant engineers: J. R. Hamilton, April-Dec, $1,283.32; F. Moberly, April-Sept., 

$1,283.30 2,566 62 



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V — 160 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Continued.— Havres et rivieres: Ontario— Suite. S cts. 

Brought forward 255,220 10 

Midland District — Concluded. 

Stenographer, Miss R. McGratton, y 700 00 

Travel and outlay: J. H. Armstrong, $164.43; J. R. Hamilton, $58.35; F. Moberly, $85.70. 308 48 

Small payments: Shannon file section, $19; telephone exchange, y., $43; sundry, $7.30. .. . 69 30 

Ottawa District ($58,329.80)— 

District engineer, S. J. Chapleau, y 3,399 96 

Assistant engineers: J. Beauchemin, y., $1,500; R. Blais, y., $1,700; C. Brousseau, y., 

$1,900; E. Brousseau, ApriWune, $270; H. D. Chapman, July-Mar., $1,350; S. 

Fortin, y., $3,200; B. F. Howe, y., $1,650; C. D. Kelly, y., $1,425; A. Langlois, 

y., $2,058.30; E. E. Perrault, y., $2,400; A. R. Simpson, May 1-Feb. 5, $1,147.32; 

G. Smith, y., $900; C. J. Steers, April 1-June 21, $270; J. A. Vermette, y., $1,800.. 21,570 62 
Accountant, G. L. Taillon, April-June, $300; assistant, C. Ahern, June 20-Aug. 15, $140. . 440 00 

Clerks: G. T. Brown, y., $1,800; R. H. Cunnington, May 18-Mar. 31, $1,307.45 (over- 
paid, $1); M. O. Durant, y., $1,200; G. Taillon, July-Mar., $1,125; J. R. Tobin, y., 

$1 , 200 6, 632 45 

Draughtsmen: J. Aube, y., $1,000; E. Brousseau, July-Mar., $810; D. Girard, y., $1,425; 

J. Matte, y., $1,200; J. E. R. Matte, y., $1,700; A. Mineau, y., $1,750; L. Rouleau, 

y.. $1,200; L. de B. Roy, y., $1,416.65; F. G. Smith, y., $2,066.64 12,568 29 

Messenger, G., Mulligan, y 900 00 

Stenographers: Miss G. Bance, June-Mar., $550; Miss C. F. Brien, y., $974.97; Miss M. 

Cote, y., $849.96; Miss Y. Duhamel, y., $691.63; Miss K. O'Grady, y., $866.64; A. 

Smith, y., $683.30; Miss A. E. Smythe, y., $840 5,456 50 

Superintendent of reservoirs, G. H. Brabazon, Oct. 6-Mar. 31 1,216 38 

Translator, A. A. Taillon, y. t $3,000; valuator, A. E. Cross, y., $2,100 5, 100 00 

Travel and outlay: R. Blais, $146.64; J. A. Bray, $14.12; R. de B. Corriveau, $168.35; 

A. E. Cross, $65.02; H. A. Cross, $2.23, J. I. Cummings, $59.29; B. F. Howe, $61.64; 

A. Langlois, $8.75; W. J. Moore, $6.15; G. Smith, $12.15; J. A. Vermette, $72.44. ... 616 78 

Bell Telephone Co.: tolls '. 177 30 

St. Lawrence Engine Co., Ltd.: repairing St. Lawrence Fay & Bowen engine, $194.20; 

sundry, $2.25 196 45 

Small payments: water supply, 10 m., $44.10; sundry, $10.97 55 07 

Port Arthur District ($4,925.92)— 

Acting district engineer, J. E. St. Laurent, July-Mar 1 , 874 97 

Assistant engineers: H. M. Everall, Nov., $150; R. A. McAllister, y., $1,733.32; J. E. 

St. Laurent, ApriWune, $450 2, 333 32 

Stenographer, Miss K. Campbell, y 691 63 

Travel and outlay: R. A. McAllister. 26 00 

Sault Ste Marie District ($10,788.75)— 

District engineer, W. J. Fuller, y 2, 500 00 

Assistant engineers: J. R. Black, y., $2,200; W. J. Bruce, y., $1,500; H. W. Evendon; 

y., $1,320; G. W. Holder, April-Jan., $833.30 5,853 30 

Draughtsman, A. C. Connan, y., $1,320; stenographer, Miss R. Lacroix, y., $730 2,050 00 

Travel and outlay: J. R. Black, $107.83; W. J. Bruce, $29.60; W. J. Fuller, $237.12; G. W. 

Holder, $10.90 385 45 

Toronto District ($25,921.88)— 

District engineer, J. M. Wilson, y '. 3,000 00 

Resident engineer, J. Sweeney, April 20-June 15 622 21 

Assistant engineers: W. C. Brough, y., $2,300; G. M. Brown, Mar., $116.74; W. J. Mac- 

tavish, y., $1,000; W. P. Merrick, y., $2,700; F. Moberly, Oct.-Mar., $1,299.96; 

A. N. Molesworth, y., $1,800; E. G. O'Kelly, y., $1,500; D. H. Philp, y., $2,000.. . 12,716 70 

Accountant, H. W. Martin, y 1,450 00 

Draughtsmen: AV. H. Blanchet, y., $1,599.96; R. Brault, April 1-Aug. 2, $521.60 2,121 56 

General foreman, O. Johnson, y., $1,200; rodman, C. Jutten, April, 6 d., $18 1,218 00 

Stenographer, Mrs. I. M. Stinson, y 900 00 

Travel and outlay: W. H. Blanchet, $313.20; W. C. Brough, $320.28; W. J. Mactavish, ' 

$309.40; H. W. Martin, $22.80; W. P. Merrick, $457.20; F. Moberly, $87.30; A. N. 

Molesworth, $419.48; E. G. O'Kelly, $451.32; C. E. Redfearn, $103.38; J. M. Wilson, 

$1 , 032.25 3, 516 61 

Bell Telephone Co.: tolls 91 25 

Cole, C. F., Co.: repairing transit, $25; 290 yd. Vandyke paper, $65.75; sundry, $21.34. . 112 09 

Small payments: ice supply, Dec. 1916-March, 1918, $37.75; telegrams, $40.58; towel 

supply, 11 m., $22; sundry, $73.13 173 46 

Windsor District ($14,592.75)— 

Acting district engineer, A. J. Stevens, y 2, 700 00 

Assistant engineers': R. A. Carlyle, y., $1,716.65; H. G. Kerrigan, y., $1,700; J. E. 

Porter, y., $1,500 4,916 65 

Draughtsmen: F. J. Bridges, y., $1,524.99; W. Griesbach, y., $1,400 2,924 99 

Stenographer, Miss M. Hind, y 900 00 

Travel and outlay: R. A. Carlyle, $474.60; W. Griesbach, $101.88; H. G. Kerrigan, 

$209.95; J. E. Porter, $742.71; A.J. Stevens, $990.66 2,519 80 

Bell Telephone Co. : tolls 500 50 

Small payments: ice supply, y., $31.85; telegrams, $55.37; sundry, $43.59 130 81 

Carried forward 370,856 98 



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Harbours and Rivers: Ontario— Concluded.— Havres et rivieres: Ontario— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 370, 856 98 

Generally ($3,881.03)— 

Photographic office, Department of Public Works: negatives and prints 211 78 

King's Printer, $416.37; Parliamentary Publications, $1.45; Stationery Office, $3,152.02. 3,569 84 

Advertising 50 05 

Voucher outstanding, B28662, W. A. Gordon 49 36 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V— 126) . 13 00 

Detailed with Inspection Boats: maintenance and operation (Page V — 218) 100 00 

Total 374,851 01 

Charged as follows: — 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario (Page V— 152) 250,910 35 

Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 213) 112,457 76 

Surveys and Inspections (Page V— 221) 11,476 90 

Paid by Marine and Fisheries Department for white pine 6 00 

Total, as above ' 374, 851 01 



Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba: Summary. 
Havres et rivieres, Manitoba: Sommaire. 

i 

Ames, repairs to wharf .' 1 , 218 24 

Assiniboine River, protection work 1, 598 45 

Gimli, repairs to protection work 689 26 

Gimli, repairs to wharf 519 60 

Harbours and rivers, generally 3, 533 83 

Hnausa, repairs to wharf 1, 260 63 

Little Pembina River, Diversion into Pembina Lake 125 00 

Selkirk Shipyard, including arrears of rental and interest thereon 7,347 33 

Total, carried to page V— 2 16,292 34 



Harbours and Rivers: Manitoba— Haires et rivieres: Manitoba. 

A nes, repairs to wharf (Sl.218.24) — 

Conductor, P. Magnusson, $252, travel, $2.50; labourers and handyman, $170.20; car- 
penter, $25.50; men with teams, $84.50 534 70 

Sprague, Rowland Lumber Co., rough fir, 15, 400 ft. at $35, 3, 564 ft. at $36 667 30 

Outlay of J. W. Umphrey, $9.24; rent of blacksmith shop, $7 16 24 

Assiniboine River, protection work ($1,598.45) — 

Foreman, Sept. 18-Nov. 6: J. M. Moncrieff, $87; John Weir, $126 213 00 

Men with teams at $7 per day, $976.50; labourers at $3.50 per day, $106.75 1, 083 25 

Forsythe & Co., A.: 36" culvert 40 ft. long, special valve and 2 anchor eyes 262 20 

Small payments: auto hire, $17; repairing dykes, $14; sundry, $9 40 00 

Cedar Lake: J. G. B. Campbell, reading of water gauge, 423 d 26 25 

Gimli, repairs to protection work ($689.26) — 

Paylist. Oct. 8-24, Mar. 18-30: conductor, P. Magnusson, $168; labourers, $141.70; men 

with teams. $32.80 : 342 50 

Danielson, H., brunh, 774 bundles at 12; Johnson, J. B., brush, 795 bundles at 12c 188 28 

Stevens, John, brusli, 800 bundles at 10c; Wojtowiez, M., brush, 50 bundles at lie 85 50 

Travel and outlay: J. W. Umphrey, $13.55; P. Magnusson, $3.48 17 03 

Small payments: annealed wire, 600 lb., $44.40; livery, $11.55 55 95 

Gimli, repairs to wharf ($519.60) — 

Pay-list, Sept. 14-Oct. 6: conductor, P. Magnusson, $102; labourers and handymen, $78.19; 

man with team, $19.20 199 39 

Sigurdsson, Thoraldson Co., lumber, 3,856 ft. at $28 107 96 

Sprague, Rowland Lumber Co.: rough fir, 3,800 ft., $163.86; freight on lumber, $21. . . ... 184 86 

Wood, Vallance, Ltd.: iron, 357 lb., $19.99; sundries, $7.40 27 39 

Hnausa, repairs to wharf ($1,260.63) — 

Pay-list, Nov. 1-26, Feb. 1-16: conductor, P. Magnusson, $228; men with teams, $29.10; 

labourers, $106.25; handymen, $28; carpenter, $42.40 433 75 

Sprague, Rowland Lumber Co., rough fir, 19, 520 ft. at $35, 1, 200 ft., $51 .74 734 94 

Small payments: livery, $19.50; sundries, $28.61; outlay of P. Magnusson, $10.75 58 86 

Voucher outstanding, B 28006, Sigurdsson, Thorvaldson Co 33 08 

Little Pembina River, diversion into Pembina Lake: R. C. McPhillips, surveyor, 3| d. at 

$15; plans and description of right of way, $45; travel and outlay, $27.50 125 00 

Long River Dam, labour repairing dam 31 00 

Selkirk Shipyard, including arrears of rental and interest: Burrows, S. A.: value of property, 

$5,000; rent, July 1, 1905-May 31, 1918, 12 y. 11 m., $1,808.33; interest on rent, $539 7,347 33 

St. Andrew's, repairing banks of Red River: Feb. 6-28: conductor, Tom. Sanders, $77.50; 

labourers, $82 .50; men with team, $140 300 00 

Carried forward 13, 115 76 

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V — 162 AUDITOR aENERAL'B REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: Manitoba— Concluded. Havres el rivieres: Manitoba— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 13, 115 76 

Winnipeg District ($17,327.70)— 

Superintending engineer, E. Brydone-Jack, July 9-Mar. 31 2, 185 48 

District engineer, G, H. Burbidge, June 1-Mar. 31 1,625 02 

Acting district engineer, C. R. Taylor, April-May 270 00 

Assistant engineers: F.deC. Davies, y., $1,700; L. H. Founder, y., $2,000; S. Pomeroy, 

y., $1,200 4,900 00 

Clerk, G. Wood, y., $1,500; accountant, C. Steele, y., $1,500 3,000 00 

Stenographers: C. E. Rogers, y., $1,400; Miss Stella Wood, July 23-Aug. 4, $31 .45 1,431 45 

General foreman, J. W. Umphrey, y 1 ,999 92 

Travel and outlay: E. Brydone-Jack, $461.60; G.H. Burbidge, $198.27; F.deC. Davies, 
$358.80 (overpaid $4); C. Steele, $15.40; C. R. Taylor, $16.77; J. W. Umphrey, $363.55; 

G. A. Wood, $8.30 1,422 69 

Manitoba Government Telephones: moving telephone, Aug. 9, $11.25; messages, $79.30. 90 55 
Wallace & Akins Co., Ltd.: carpenter work, 42 h. at 65c, 36 h. at 60c; painting and letter- 
ing, $75.48; sundries, $13.29 137 67 

Winnipeg Map & Blue Print Co., sundry negatives, and blue and black prints 95 96 

Small payments: hard ware, '$25. 82; tending water-cooler, cleaning offices, etc., $23; ice, 

$18.90; electric lamps, $16; water, $13; clean towels, $11 .40; sundries, $60.84 168 96 

Legal services: Messrs. Harvey & Jenkins, Winnipeg, $71.16; J. B. Laughlin, Cartwright, 

$12.87 84 03 

King's Printer, $68 . 19; Stationery Office, $138 .85 207 04 



Total 30,734 53 

Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 213) 13,380 50 

Surveys and Inspections (Page V— 221 ) 1 , 035 44 

Harbours and Rivers, Sask. and Alberta (Page V— 162) 26 25 



14,442 19 



Total, as on page V— 161 16,292 34 



Harbours and Rivers Generally: Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
Havres et rivieres en general: Saskatchewan et Alberta. 

Craven Dam: Leslie H. Hoskins, daily inspection and weekly report, 15 m. to April 1, 1918. . 75 00 

Edmonton, repairs to wharf ($108.69) — 

Walter, John: gravel, 48-75 cu. yd. at $1; plank and timber, 800 ft. at $15 60 75 

Small payments: hardware, $16.07; labour, 42| h. at 75c .- *. . 47 94 

Grouard: Revillon Freres, storage on dredge material, April 1, 1916-May 31, 1917 70 00 

Prince Albert Wharf ($204.85)— 

Clunie, Robt., cleaning off wharf and pulling sunken scow out of river 169 60 

Removing hoisting engine off scow and placing on wharf, $30; sundries, $5 .25 35 25 

Survey-boat Lafleur: hauling up Lafleur, $14.04; hardware, $11.85; sundries, $15.50 41 39 

Edmonton District ($9,324.79)— 

District engineers: G. H. Cagnat, y., $3,000; L. B. Elliott, y., $2,500 5,500 00 

Assistant engineers: R. Cunningham, y., $1,599.96; F. J. Graham, April 1-June 9, $249.16 1,849 12 
Stenographers: L. Charbonneau, April-June, 3 m., $150; Miss J. Chikaluk, April 1-Nov. 

12, $423.31; Miss B. A. Switzer, Nov. 12-Mar. 2, $215.69 789 00 

Travel and outlay: G. H. Cagnat, $251 .40; R. Cunningham, $368.53; L. B. Elliott, $361 .64; 

F. J. Graham, $48.80 1,030 37 

Forbes, H., man and team, 105 h. at 75c 78 75 

Small payments: labour, 105 h., $36.75; repairs to typewriter, $17; sundries, $23.80 77 55 

Prince Albert District ($7; 646.29)— 

Resident engineer, L. R. Voligny, y., $3,000; assistant, P. H. Smith, $2, 100 5, 100 00 

Stenographer, Miss M. Headrick, y 900 00 

Travel and outlay: MissM. Headrick, $9.60; P. H. Smith, $47.50; L. R. Voligny, $1,477.40 1,534 50 

Exchange service, y. to Aug. 31, 1918, $61; telegrams, $4.29; sundry, $46.50 Ill 79 

King's Printer, $14.25; Stationery Office, $99.14 113 39 

Detailed with Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba (Page V — 162) 26 25 



Total 17, 610 65 

Less charged to — 

Chief Engineer's Staff , . . (Page V— 213) 13,988 12 

Surveys and Inspections (Page V— 221) 1,581 26 



15,569 38 



Total, carried to page V— 2 2,041 27 



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Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia: Summary. $ cts. 
Havres et rivieres: Colombie-Britannique, Sommaire. 

Campbell River, repairs to wharf 1 , 847 18 

Clayoquot Wharf 554 33 

Fraser River, improvement and repairs 13, 874 80 

Fraser River, repairs to wing dams t 3, 668 71 

Fraser River, lower, improvements 19, 362 15 

Harbours and rivers, generally 28, 325 28 

Holberg, repairs to wharf 3, 242 50 

James Island, repairs to wharf 512 00 

Metchosin, repairs to wharf 787 04 

Nootka Island, repairs to wharf 2,489 00 

Prince Rupert Quarantine Wharf, repairs 2, 000 00 

Quatsino, repairs to wharf 4, 356 20 

Revelstoke, extension to wing dam 59 84 

Rocky Point, repairs to wharf v 349 52 

Sidney Island, repairs to wharf ." 1, 246 50 

Ucluelet, repairs to wharf ' 580 00 

Union Bay, repairs to wharf 6, 688 25 

Vargas-Island, repairs to wharf . 10 00 

William's Head Quarantine Station, repairs and improvements 3, 471 44 

Total, carried to page V— 2 93,424 74 



Harbours and Rivers: British Columbia— Havres et rivieres: Colombie-Britannique. 

Alice Arm wharf: foreman, D. M. Kean, 12 d., $67; Wheatley, A. J., salvage of collapsed 

wharf, $50, 150 ft. cable, $8 125 00 

Beaton Wharf ($249.56)— 

Conductor, $58.06; engineer, $50; labourers, carpenters and draftsman, $81.50.. 189 56 

Fleming, Wm., repairs to approach to wharf, Feb., 12 d. at $5 60 00 

Brindley's Landing Float ($221.59)— 

MacDonald, James, repairs to wharf, as per tender. 164 00 

Small payments: 4 boom chains, $14; lumber, $14.04; labour, $13.80; sundries, $15.75. . . 57 59 

Bold Point Float: labour, $38.94; 9 boom sticks, $48; sundries,. $17. 05 103 99 

Burton Wharf: 240 ft. piling, $36; wood, $17; sundries, $20.67 73 67 

Campbell River, wharf repairs ($1,847.18) — 

Campbell River Trading Co.: wire rope, 475 ft., $47.50; sundries, $19.70 67 20 

MacDonald, James & Co., repairs to wharf, as per tender 1,590 00 

Willows Hotel: boat hire, 7 d., $105; wire cable, 400 ft., $40; sundries, $44 .98 189 98 

Capilano Dams: conductor, $61.45; man with team, $29; labourers, $173.25; bolts, $27.30; 

plank, $3 294 00 

Christina Creek ($474.57)— 

Pay-list, Oct. 17-Nov. 5: conductor, $113.85; rockmen, $100.62; axemen, $80.50; men with 

teams and wagons, $84.50 379 47 

Rope, $27; powder, $13.50; lumber, $4.75; hardware, etc., $49.85 95 10 

Clayoquot, wharf repairs ($554.33) — 

Pay-list: foreman, $101 .25; engineer, $73; carpenter, $79; labourers, $71 .25. Total, $324.50, 

less damage to wharf by steamer, Can. Pac. Ry. Co., $250 74 50 

Alberni Pacific Lumber Co.: lumber, 2,800 ft., $67.20; sundry lumber, $24.70; freight, 

$21 .75; drayage, $4.50 118 15 

Dawley, C: piling, 2,300 ft., $230; boat hire, $4.25 234 25 

Dawley, W. T., hardware, etc., $112.43; Morrison, Jas., sundries, $15 127 43 

Columbia River at Revelstoke, labour, taking soundings : 20 00 

Comox Wharf and Bar ($242.60)— 

MacDonald, James & Co., repairs to float, as per tender, Sept. 15 225 00 

Taking soundings, $12; meals supplied, $5 . 60 17 60 

Croftoh Wharf: Vancouver Island Pile Driving Co., driving 22 piles and repairing wharf 437 00 

Dignais Bay: foreman, $10; labourers, $12; towage, $25; hire of piledriver, $15; 4 piles and 2 

cedar logs, $24.80; spikes, etc., $3.09 89 89 

Eagle Cliff ($475.32)— 

B.C. Mills Timber & Trading Co.: lumber, $68.10; drayage, $3.88; freight, $12 83 98 

Brunette Saw Mill Co., cedar and spruce logs, 8, 669 ft. at $17 \ 147 37 

Simson, Balkwill & Co.: 100 ft. iron cable, $34; hardware, ironwork, etc., $57.17 91 17 

Small payments: labour, $111 .30; chain, $15; sundries, $26.50 152 80 

East Robson: H. C. A. Cornish, surveys and plans, $40; expenses, $7.45 47 45 

Edgewood Wharf ($251.75)— 

Paylist, March: foreman, $67.50; carpenters, $28; labourer, $4.50 100 00 

Edgewood Lumber Co.: fir lumber, 3,600 ft. at $20; freight, $16 88 00 

Nelson Iron Works Ltd., 5 sets of straps and hinges 63 75 

Fanny Bay Float: Jas. MacDonald, repairs, $34.12; W. C. Weeks, repairs, $120 154 12 



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Harbours and Rivers: British Columbia— Continued. $ cts. 

Hams et rivieres: Colombie-Britannique— Suite. 

5.662 02 



Brought forward 

lv jr Improvement a._ 
Marsh-Hutton Powers Co., detailed 1916-17, page V 



Fraser River Improjementand Repairs (J13.874.80)— V _ 2Q() 7 , 026 50 



EbU Fo e rema n I l S^illsf Se~e., S198; engineer, $148.50; cook, $98; labourers, $553.50. 998 00 

Mann, A. E., piles, 2,730 1. ft. at 9|c; Pappas, T., brush, 396 cds. at $2 1 ,058 lb 

Small & Bucklin Lumber Co.: 2,804 ft. fir, $60; cartage, $2.50. . . 62 50 

Small payments: hauling brush, $40.88; towage, $30; hardware, $14.40 85 28 

" Wm 7S^J^JSS^ A. R. Lewis Apr -July 4 m $500, travel and outlay, 

$133 05- P. C. McDonald, Apr .-July, 4 m., $500, travel and outlay, $122 1, 255 Uo 

Trapp, T. J. & Co.: gasoline, $28.83; sundries, $24.84 wo/ 

Small payments: oil, $49.30: lumber, $12.30 ' Dl w 

W6S & I K R^"*JB£*^ engineer, $78.60; cook, $65.50; labourers, * ^ ^ 

SsSfeSSi^^ at $14; machine" bolts £ ^ 

for same, $30; driver and crew, 2\ h., $15 • • • • • •• • __ 

Gilley Bros., Ltd.: coal, 5 ton at $9.05, 2 ton at $8.75; ^ck 257 ton $257 319 75 

Mann* A. E. piles, 2,160 ft. at 10c; Pappas, Theo, brush ^206* cd $464.62 680 62 

Marsh-Hutton-Powers Co.: rock, 40 tons, $84; brush, 40 cd., $110.. . • . w* uu 

Si HSin Lumber Co.: rough fir, 2,134 ft. at $25.50, 3,120 ft. at $25, 56 ft. at ^ ^ 

Small payments: gasoiine, $15; sundries, $49.65 63 n 

King's Printer 

Fraser River, Lower, Improvements-Maintenance of snagboat "Samson" J 19 ' 362 - 15 )- 

Pavlists Apr -Mar.: master, R. C. Menten, $1,740; engineer, F. Creeden $1,500, mate, 
T. Hirsi T$l?050; crew, $6,513.71. Total, $10,803.71, less refunded for services of - 

Samson, Dept. Marine and Fisheries, $1,070 3 ' 05Q 7Q 

Board of crew, R. C. Menten ' 112 55 

Gillev Bros. Ltd.: 10 ton coal, $82; sundries, $30.55. . . . .... .... ...... • • • • •. • • • • • •••• • • • • • 

Imperial Oil Co 7: fuel oil, 400-11 bbl. at $1.59*. 1,327-4 bbl. at $1.57*; cylinder oil, 40-5 ^ 

gals, at 95-2 c; royalite oil, 91 gal., $17.29 i;««*io 'i»2 87 

New Westminster City: electric light $60.24; water, $122 63. . . 182 87 

Ross & Howard Iron Works Co.: steel knees, $396.50; sundries, $37.60 *g w 

SSKJ T^^C^'i^mS ro^ d l6^at-39c; 6 'case, dynamite; *»?»«£ 

pump regulators, $71; 6 pat. sheaves for blocks, $31.50; 41-8 gal. cylinder oil, $40.96, ^ ^ 

UnionOUCo^^ 1076 70 

$1 .52| ' 74 45 

198 h., $148.50; ship carpenters, 157 h., $125.60; foreman, 57 h., $51.30, lumber, $78./d, ^ ^ 

sundry, $14.95 u m "lf"i J ' " i 130 00 

Williams, A. R., Machinery Co., Gardner duplex pump. ....... ....... • • • • • • Q 

Dishes, $24.15; machinist's time, $24; medical services, $20; sundries, $85.75 

Fraser River, Repairs to Wing Dams ($3,668.71)— N % . g 5Q ?12 60 

Foremen: J. H. Draney, Sept. Jan., $335.50, board of crew, $327.60, b. Mills, Nov., wj.w i a* gQ 

Engineer, $156.05; cook, $150; labourers, $873.75. ' 106 20 

Fraser River Pile Driving Co., piles, 1,180 it. at 9c 928 75 

Gilley Bros.: 885 ton rock, $885; 5 ton coal, $43.75 304 85 

SSfi kil^d^^.^^^^^ m Hi at «%' sundries; S18.06: 107 76 

Trapp, T J & Co. "manilla rope, 109 lb. at 41c; gasoline, 11 cases, $43; sundry hardware, ^ ^ 

etc., $233.46 7 60 

Sundry small payments 

Fraser River Soundings ($1,726.22)— + rnV pl and outlav 

Services of men taking soundings: A. R. Lewis, Aug.-Dec, 5 m. at $125, travel ana outlay, 

$38.25; FC MacDonald, Aug.-Dec. 5 m. at $100; Geo. Tufnail, Aug. 24-Dec 31, ^ ^ 

TraDD 19 T 6 J ' & Co V manilla rope', 56 ib.,' $22'.96;' gasoline', 179 gal .','$55.49;' sundries; '$47.01 ' 125 46 

Small plymettsl gasSe, ?26 gal., $41.36; repairs to boat, $25; rent of office, $15; sundries ^ 

$36.79. ..,..: - 

_ . . - . 44,293 90 

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Harbours and Rivers: British Columbia— Continued. $ cts. 
I la \ res et rivieres: Colombie-Britannique— Suite. 

Brought forward 44, 293 90 

Fraser River Wharves ($3,266.43)— 

Hammond Wharf: paylist, Nov. 16-22: foreman, $33; labour, $131.50 164 50 

Haney Wharf: paylist, Nov. 14: foreman, $5.50; labour, $20.50 26 00 

Hatzic Wharf: paylist, Oct. 10-22: foreman, $60.50; labour, $225.20 285 71) 

Langley Wharf: paylist, Nov. 12-13: foreman, $11; labour, $41 52 00 

Matsqui Wharf: paylist, Oct. 30-31: foreman, $11; labour, $40.65 51 65 

McAdam's Wharf: paylist, Nov. 15: foreman, $5.50; labour, $20.50 26 00 

McKay's Wharf: paylist, Nov. 9-11: foreman, $11; labour, $49.50 60 50 

Mission Wharf: paylist, Oct. 23,24: foreman, $11; labour, $40.65 51 65 

Mount Lehman Wharf: paylist, Nov. 1-4: foreman, $16.50; labour, $70 86 50 

Riverside Wharf: paylist, Oct. 25-29: foreman, $22; labour, $89.65 Ill 65 

Sapperton Wharf: paylist, Nov. 23-30: foreman, $44; labour, $172.50 216 50 

Whonnock Wharf: paylist, Nov. 5-8: foreman, $22; labour, $82 104 00 

Generally: — 

Board of men, J. H. Draney ' 292 60 

Fraser River Pile Driving Co., piles, 4,100 ft. at 9c, 1,115 ft. at 10c 480 50 

Gilley Bros., coal, 5 ton at $9, 1 ton at $8.75 53 75 

Small & Bucklin Lumber Co.: lumber, 1,200 ft. at $21.50, 13,783 ft. at $21, 27,879 ft. at 

$21.05; shingles, 5,000, $15.30; cartage, $14.75 932 14 

Trapp, T. J. & Co.: iron, 738 lb. at 7c; wire nails, 6 kegs at $6.75; sundries, $98.24 190 40 

Westminster Marine Railway Co.: hauling on ways, $15; labour, $19.70; iron work, 

$45.69 80 39 

Fraser River Plant: watchman, J. Kennell, Apr. 1-Nov. 18, Jan. 1-Mar .31 636 00 

Gower Point Float ($200.03)— 

MacDonald, James & Co., repairs, as per tender, June 17. . .". 90 00 

Simson, Balkwill & Co.: chair, 775 lb. at 8Jc; sundries, $17.85 83 73 

Small payments: labour, $18.80; sundries, $7.50 26 30 

Grace Harbour Float ($476.41)— 

MacDonald, Jas. & Co., repairs to float, as per tender, June 26 359 00 

■ Simson, Balkwill & Co.: 26 machine bolts, $27.10; sundries, $33.33 60 43 

Labour, $27.20; lumber, $17.93; sundries, $11.85 56 98 

Grantham's Landing: labour, $21.90; hardware, ironwork, etc., $12.42 .34 32 

Greyell Slough, removal of snags, etc ($255.05) — 

Conductor P. H. Wilson, Jan., 15 d., $75; labourers, $127.65 202 65 

Stumping powder, 4 cases, $40; sundries, $12.40 52 40 

Half Moon Bay Float: use of driver and tug, 6 h., $48; labour, $23.80; sundries, $32.12 103 92 

Holberg, repairs to wharf: James MacDonald & Co., repairs to wharf, as per tender 3, 242 50 

James Island, Repairs to wharf: Vancouver Island Pile Driving Co., driving piles and re- 
pairing wharf 512 00 

Kootenay District Wharves ($1,637.77)— 

Kaslo: watchman, Charles Sampson, Apr. 1-Oct. 8 156 45 

Mirror Lake ($363.34)— 

Conductor, $80.77; carpenters, etc, $110.25 191 02 

Byers-Giegerich-Green Co., general merchandise 102 32 

Small payments: towage, $33; sundries, $37 70 00 

Willow Point ($493.69)— 

Conductor, $107.93; carpenters, etc., $216.50 324 43 

Wood, Vallance Hardware Co.: 12 kegs nails, $85.80; sundries, $4.97 90 77 

Lumber, $42.13; provisions, $26.16; sundries, $10.20 78 49 

Generally ($624.29)— 

Conductors, $173.22; carpenters, etc., $253.25 426 47 

Lumber, 1,803 ft., $42.77; hardware, etc., $70.66; sundries, $84.39 197 82 

Long Bay Float: cement, $9; lumber, $4.65; sundries, $5.50 19 15 

McDonald's Landing, shed on wharf ($390.44) — 

Paylist, Aug. 10-21 : foreman, $46.25; carpenters, $95.40 141 65 

Lambert, A. G. Company: lumber, 1,400 ft. at $14, 1,600 ft. at $16, 3,097 ft. at $18, 1,044 ft. 

at $19; shingles, 1,300 at $4; sundries, $47193 220 72 

Wood, Vallance Hardware Co., sundry hardware 28 07 

Metchosin, repairs to wharf ($787.04)— 

Foreman, H. Mitchell, $67.50; carpenters, $112; teams, $59.50; labourers, $158.99 '. . 397 99 

Barker, Fred C, shiplap, etc 67 84 

• Vancouver Island Pile Driving Co.: hire of pile-driver and 3 men, 5 d., $150; fir piles, 776 

1. ft. at lie 235 36 

Small payments: cement, 12-5 bbls., $35; sundries, $50.85 85 85 

Xaas River ($641.99)— 

Paylist: conductor, D. M. Kean, 28 d., $168, outlay, $11.40; engineer, $87.50; pilot, $45; 

boatman, $16 327 90 

Imperial Oil Co.: gasoline, 9 cases at $3.80, 45 gal. at 34|c; engine distillate, 120 gal. at 23c; 

polarine, 12 gal. at 88c 87 89 

Lipsett-Cunningham & Co., tents, 1 at $33.60, 1 at $22.50 56 10 

Munro Bros., sundry provisions 86 80 

Camp stove, $15; provisions, $14.80; sundries, $53.50 83 30 

Carried forward 56,496 95 



V— 166 WDITOJt GENERAL'S REPORT, t917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: British Columbia— Continued. $ cts. 
Havres ct rivieres: toiombie-Britannique— Suite. 

Brought forward 50,496 95 

Nanaimo Harbour: Western Fuel t !o., supplying and driving 4 piles 104 72 

Needles Wharf: labour, $40.18; lumber, $3.78 49 96 

Nicomen Island: foreman, A. Gourlay, 30-75 d., $107.03; carpenters, 30-75 d., $92.25 199 88 

Nootka [aland, repairs to wharf, James MacDonald & Co., repairs to wharf, as per tender 2,489 00 

Ocean Falls: 1). M . Kean, making examination, 7 d., $35; travel and outlay, $42.05 77 05 

Okanagan River (Sl.332.34) — 

Conductor, Joe McDonald, Nov.-Dec, $129.52; board of men, $132.60; outlay, $3.45 265 57 

Engineer, M. G. Manson: services, Oct., $106.36; lost time while ill, 25 d., $81.25; hospital 

fees, $40.50 228 10 

Engineer, $86.35; fireman, $69.07; cook, $09.07; deck hands and labourers, $211.40 435 89 

Carless, C. L., wood, 10 cord 55 00 

Penticton Dray and Express Co.: hire of man and team, 27 d., $175.50; 15 sacks, 75c 176 25 

Penticton Lumber Co.: piles, 680 ft. at 13c; sundry lumber, $37.28 125 68 

Hardware, $20.10; glass, $11.75; medical services, $14 45 85 

Pender Harbour: smith work, $5.60; lumber, $2 7 60 

Port Clements ($1,672.76) — 

Foreman, D. M. Kean, $264; travel and outlay, $33.40 297 40 

Labourers, $341 .80; saw and filer, $10.83; board of men, Mrs. G. Warren, $220.25 572 88 

Edenshaw, H.: piles, 2,098 ft. at 10c, less stumpage, $5.48; towing pile driver, $25; 

sundry, $5 234 32 

Georgetown Saw Mill Co., rent of pile driver, 12 d. at $25 300 00 

Hardware, etc., $104.10; towage, $57.50; 1,467 ft. lumber, $25.67; coal, $24; sundries, 

$56.89 , 268 16 

Port Moody Wharf ($241.99)— 

Reynolds Timber, Shipping and Insurance Agency: lumber, 3,583 ft. at $21; cartage, $6. 81 24 

Labour, $56.60; hardware and foundry work, $104. 15 100 75 

Powell River wharf ($998.46)— 

Mae Donald, James & Co., building dolphin: 835 ft. creosoted piling, $375.75; driving 
14 piles, $108; piledriver and crew, 42 h., $210; 150 ft. cable, $37.50; 220 lb. iron, $22; 

sundries, $41 .55 854 80 

Powell River Company: fir logs, 3,726 ft., $37.26; cedar, 1,133 ft., $19.26; boom chains, 4, 

$20; sundries, $10.09 87 21 

Small payments: labour, $36.60; hardware, $19.85 50 45 

Prince Rupert Quarantine Station ($2,000) — 

Conductor, D. M. Kean, Oct.-Dec, $390; labourers at $3.50, $187.25 577 25 

Board of men, Mrs. Gus Hanson 130 05 

Kaien Hardware Company: 6 heavy cleats, $72; 3 kegs spikes, $27.50; 12 rolls roofing, 

$27; sundries, $58.62 185 12 

Prince Rupert Pile Driving Co.: piles, 4, 527 ft. at 13^c ; driving piles, 59 at $7; rent of pile 

driver, $20 r 1 ,044 14 

Small payments: lumber, $36.94; sundries, $26.50 03 44 

Quatsino, repairs to wharf ($4,356.20) — 

MacDonald, James & Co., repairs to wharf, as per tender 3, 125 00 

Vancouver Creosoting Company, creosoted piles, 1 , 940 1. ft. at 48c 931 20 

Victoria Whaling Company, 36 creosoted piles 300 00 

Revelstoke, extension of Wing Dams, King's Printer fc 59 84 

Revelstoke Mattrasses ($1,995.57)— 

Pay list, April 16-May 3: conductor, $89.50; men with teams, $432.25; rock men and 

timber men, $134.75; labourers, $632.50 1,289 00 

Fleming, Robert, timber, 130 pieces at $1 .20; McCarthy, F., timber, 37 pieces at $1 .20 200 40 

Palace Livery: bolts, 106 at 70c; sundries, $15.97 90 17 

Sturdy Hardware Co.: galv. wire, 2,083 lb. at 8c; bolts, 100 at 70c; dynamite, 4 boxes at 

$14.50; sundries, $17.36 '...... 312 00 

Wood, Vallance Hardware Co., galv. wire, 2, 000 lb 104 00 

Roberts Creek Wharf ($495.96)— 

B. C. Mills, Timber and Trading Co., boom sticks, 708 1. ft. at 12c; L. H. Roberts, 

piling 350 1. ft. at 12c. - 126 96 

MacDonald, James & Co., repairs to wharf, as per tender, Aug. 24 369 00 

Rocky Point wharf repairs ($349 . 52 ) — 

Foreman, H. Mitchell, $45; labourers, $114.75; team hire, $42 201 75 

Vancouver Island Pile Driving Co., driving piles and repairing wharf 75 00 

Small payments: 6j brl. cement and sacksi $22.50; sundries, $50.27 72 77 

Roy Float: 3 ring bolts, $8.25; freight, 60c 8 85 

Safety Cove wharf: salvage of superstructure 32 00 

Savary Island: James MacDonald & Co., repairs to wharf and approach 248 50 

Sidney Island, repairs to wharf: Vancouver Island Pile Driving Co.: driving piles and repair- 
ing wharf, as per contract, $900; extra piles, 21 at $15; repairs to landing slip, $31.50 1,246 50 

Smith's Landing Float, labour repairing float 10 00 

Carried forward 74, 473 65 



PVBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 167 



Harbours and Rivers: British Columbia— Continued. 
Havres et rivieres: Colombie-Britannique — Suite. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 74,473 65 

Sointula Wharf: labour, repairing wharf 16 00 

Surf Inlet: D. M. Kean, examining wharf, 7 d 35 00 

Syringa Creek Float, Nelson Iron Works, 4 sets straps and hinges 51 00 

Ucluelet Wharf, James Macdonald & Co., repairs to wharf, as per tender 580 00 

Union Bay, repairs to wharf ($6,688.25) — 

Campbell, Stuart C, creosoted piling, 3,232 1. ft. at 47c., 1,518 1. ft. at 35c 2,050 34 

MacDonald, James & Co., repairs to wharf, as per tender 4, 637 91 

Vancouver Wharf Shed ($1,469.33)— 

Inspector on painting roof, 14 d., $70, work on roof, 28 d., $114 184 00 

" Nag " Paint Co., painting roof with heavy coat of paint 1,000 00 

Ross & Howard Iron Works Co.: iron work for 3 trusses, $233; washers, etc., $4.45 237 45 

South Shore Lumber Co., lumber, 2, 628 ft 47 88 

Vargas Island, wharf repairs, James Morrison, smithwork 10 00 

Victoria Harbour: Geo. Petherbridge, assistance with work, 10 d 30 00 

West Demars Wharf: labour, $159 . 12; hardware, $35 .51 194 63 

Williams Head Quarantine Station Improvements and Repairs ($3,471.44) — 

Foreman, H. Mitchell, $380.50; man with team, $304.50; bridge-carpenters, $309.75; 

labourers, $512 : 1 1 r 1 , 506 86 

Barker, Fred. C: lumber, 30,995 ft. at $20; dressing lumber, 11,424 ft. at $1.50 637 03 

Hardie, A. D. & Co.: 200 lb. galv'd. ship spikes, $28.20; 356 lb. spikes, $25.81; 2 of 24" span- 
ners, $20.30; sundries, $211.94 286 25 

Powell, Geo. & Sons: 36 bolts, $45.30; sundries, $20 " 65 30 

Vancouver Island Pile Driving Co.: contract for 26 pile dolphin, $900; 20 fender piles, 

$300; mooring pile, $25; pile driver and 3 men for 4 d., $120; less, $375 retained 970 00 

Small payments 6 00 

Williams Head Quarantine Station, Water Supply ($677.54)— 

Labour in connection with Water supply: C. G. Clementson, 23 d., $73.50; W. Kirchin, 
15 d., $48.75; H. Mitchell, 27| d., $82.50; H. McKie, 19 d., $57; J. Stockand, 5 d., 

$15.37; E. B. Ulph, 30| d., $94.62; G. Weir, 12 d., $38 409 74 

Phinley, Thomas, hire of automobile 248 55 

Small payments: automobile hire, $10; 400 stakes, $9.25 ' 19 25 

Generally — 

Great Northern Railway Company, maintenance of signal 137 32 

Rury, George, services as watchman on snagboat Muskrat, April-July 100 00 

Medical services, $14; repairs to current meter shaft, $5.95 19 95 

Legal services, J. Fulton 10 00 

Vouchers outstanding: B 28551, F. C. Moffatt, $50; B 29627, A. Carrs, $46 96 00 

Chase Office ($8,999.75)— 

District engineer, F. W. Aylmer, y 2, 500 00 

Asst. engineers: J. Ducksbury, y., $1,500; J. Heathcott, y., $1,980 '.'. 3,480 00 

Stenographer, Miss K. Lyons, y., $900; caretaker, J. J. White, y., $1,080 1,980 00 

Travel and outlay: F. W. Aylmer, $570.30; J. Ducksbury, $205.25; J. Heathcott, $138.65; 

K. Lyons, $25. 10 939 30 

Telegrams, $28.56; carpenter work, $24; blue prints, $9.10; sundries, $38.79 100 45 

Nelson Office ($6,211.84)— 

District engineer, J. P. Forde, y 2, 500 00 

Assistant engineer, R. Kirkpatrick, $1,800; stenographer. Miss M. McFarland, y., $700. . 2,500 00 

Travel and outlay: J. P. Forde, $894.28; R. A. Kirkpatrick, $266.40 1, 160 68 

Telegrams, $21 .26; blue prints, $21 .80; automobile hire, $8 51 16 

New Westminster Office ($23,486.83)— 

District engineer, C. C. Worsfold, y 3,333 28 

Assistant engineers: N. B. Gauvreau, y., $2,200; W. P. Gross, y., $1,800; T. Keringham, 
y., $1,800; K. M. Morton, April 1-Dec. 3, $1,012.10; G. M. Peters, y., $1,800; J. B. 

Saint, y., $2,000; G. Turner, y., $1,900 12,512 10 

. Clerk, H. G. Cox, y., $1,200; stenographer, Miss I. M. Macdonald, y., $800 2,000 00 

Inspeetor of wharves, James Trodden, y 1 , 500 00 

Travel and outlay: H. G. Cox, $1.51; N. B. Gauvreau, $435.85; W. P. Gross, $246.05; 
K. W. Morton, $108.70; G. Miles Peters, $173.95; J. B. Saint, $343.10; James Trodden, 

$750.23; C. C. Worsfold, $948.30 3,007 69 

B.C. Telephone Co.: exchange service, 12 m., $60; service in Vancouver, April-Oct., 

7 m., $38.50; telephone messages, $126.35 224 85 

Burr Office Supplies and Blue Printing Co.: negatives and prints, $334.64; sundries, 

$33 . 70 - 368 3"4 

Cotton, A. F.: services as surveyor, 6? d., $97.50; hire of man, 6 d. at $3 115 50 

International Chemical Co.: hire of gas boat, 2 d., $30; labour at 30c. per h., $21.60; 

30 ft. pipe, $3; provisions, $8 .79 63 39 

Board, $74.38; labour, $93; provisions, $41.45; stamps, $42; clean towel supply, April- 
Dec, $18; telegrams, $13.06; sundries, $79.59 361 68 

Carried forward 126,758 53 



V — 168 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1911-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Harbours and Rivers: British Columbia— Concluded. $ cts. 
Havres et rivieres: Colombie-Britannique— Fin. 

Brought forward 12!), 758 53 

Prince Rupert Office ($3,450.67)— 

Acting district engineer, E. I'. Gingras, y 1,800 00 

Assistant engineer, J. S. Miller, Apr .-May 300 00 

Stenographer, Miss S. Jenns, y., $900; draftsman, W. T. Lamkin, Nov., 76 h., $38 938 00 

Janitor, J. Hizlett, y 180 00 

Travel and outlay: E. P. Gingras, $80; . J. A. Miller, $9 89 00 

Ritchie, J. Fred.: surveyor, 2\ d., $37.50; labour, 2 d., $6; plans and description, $15 58 50 

Telegrams, $28.11; photowork, $24.70; cartage, $18.50; sundries, $13.86 85 17 

Victoria Office ($14,097.09)— 

Acting district engineer, A. F. Mitchell, y 2, 300 00 

Assistant engineers: W. M. Everall, Dec-Mar., $600; J. A: Keefer, Mar. 4-31, $112.90; 

J. B.Lambert, y., $1,800; J. C. Shaw, y., $1,800; L. H. Shepherd, y., $1,800 6,112 9C 

Clerk, C. Nettle, y.. $1,179.43; stenographer, Miss K.Jackson, y., $700 1,879 43 

Inspector, A. Halkett, y., 2 m. at $130, 10 m. at $140 1,660 00 

Travel and outlay: W. M. Everall, $450.32; A. Halkett, $237.50; J. A. Keefer, $4.50; 
J. B. Lambert, $195.60; A. F. Mitchell, $340.56; C. Nettle, $4.65; J. B. Shaw, $205.15; 

L. H. Shepherd, $320.95 1,759 23 

Electric Blue Print and Manufacturing Co., negatives, and prints 161 50 

Victoria postmaster: p.o. box rent, y., $8; stamps, $69 77 00 

Telegraphs and telephone tolls, $103.15; clean towel supply, y., $30; sundry, $13.88 147 03 

Advertising, $239.65; King's Printer, $77.52; Stationery Office, $643.24 960 41 

Total 145, 266 70 

Less charged to: Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 213) 43, 017 71 

Surveys and Inspections (Page V— 221) 8, 824 25 51 , 841 96 



Total, carried to page V— 163 ^ 93,424 74 



Yukon River Improvement: Gauging and Survey. 
Ameliorations dans la riviere Yukon: Jaugeage et arpentage. 

Side Streams Navigation Co., Ltd.: repairing Hells Gate jetty, services of steamer Nasutlin 

and crew, 5 d., $1,250; expenses of J. McNeill and R. Tinney, $92.75 1,342 75 

White Pass & Yukon Route ($2,826.94)— 

Rink Rapids: board, lodging and transportation, $190; dynamite, $98.60; freight, $52.50; 

wages, $240 581 10 

Upper Lebarge, operating steamer Thistle, sluicing channel: 221 h. labour, $124.44; 3 launch 
trips, $75; provisions, $514.88; wages of crew, May 26-June 12, $1,258, overtime, 211 h. 

$105.50; 25| cords wood, $129; sundry, $39.02 2,245 84 

Small payments: 7 d. labour, $42; 202^ lb. sheet iron, $24.30; 108 lb. sheet steel, $12.96; sun- 
dry, $23.50 102 76 

Total, carried to page V— 2 4, 272 45 



Harbours and Rivers Generally— Havres et rivieres en general. 

Cement-testing Laboratory ($403 . 34) — 

Eimer & Amend: chemical supplies, $50.42; 2 hot plates with plugs, $50; sundry, $7.15. 107 57 

Pye, W. A.: electric furnace with rheostat and transformer, $63; pyrometer and thermo 

couple, $49.50; water blast apparatus, $17.50 130 00 

Customs duty on goods valued at $107.57, $40.17; freight, $11.66; hardware, $29.90; 

nail-pulling attachment for testing machine, $25; 20 bags sand, $44; sundry, $15.04. . 165 77 

Photographic Branch ($895.02)— 

Cole, C. F. Co.: "Paragon" blue print machine, 42", 110 v., A. C. 60 cycle 680 00 

Topley Co.: photostat copy board, $12.50; 2 doz. photostat developer, $16.20; bromide 

paper, $15; 1 roll photostat paper, $22; 72 doz. velox paper, $31.20; 15 doz. plates, 

$70.95; repairing camera, $17.50; sundry, $29.67 215 02 

Test Borings ($9,659.62)— 

Assistant engineer, W. M . Lounsbury , y 1 , 500 00 

Diamond drill operator, Geo. McLeod, y. less 10 d. in March 1,597 50 

Foreman, M. E. Labelle, 365 d 1,642 50 

Labourers, 354 d., $990.30; watchmen, 82 d., $225.50 1,215 80 

Travel and outlay: H. M. Davy, $76.50; T. P. Keane, $80.40; M. E. Labelle, $67.44; 

Geo. Leger, $151.78; Geo. McLeod, $277.97 654 09 

Builders' Sales Ltd.: 30 extra heavy couplings, $12; 122| ft. heavy drive pipe, $50.84; 

sundry, $51.44 114 28 

Carried forward 8,022 53 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE* V — 169 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers Generally— Concluded.— Havres et rivieres en general— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 8,022 53 

Test Borings— Concluded. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: freight, $124.90; telegrams, $110.38 235 28 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co.: telegrams 55 53 

Hamilton Bridge Works Co.: steelwork for extension platform tower 438 00 

Lefebvre, J. B.: rent of motor boats, two for 5 days, $75, one for 28 days, $280; sundry, 

$9 364 00 

McLellan, Hugh H.: services of tug boat Geneva, 65 d 1,300 00 

Millette, Thos.: 68 lb. cable, $25.84; hardware, $49.28; screw plate, $31; manila rope, 

$47. 12 153 24 

Sullivan Machinery Co.: repairing Rambler drill engine 105 60 

Thome, W. H. & Co.: blasting machine, $24.70; sundry, $60.03 •. . . . 84 73 

Copper sash cord, 500 ft., $37.50; freight, $27.77; machinist's time, 32 h. $25.60; 500 ft. 

tape, $18; telephone tolls, $8.10; water supplied, $16; sundry, $66.10 199 07 

Generally ($8,861.10)— 

Department of Public Works, Photographic Branch: negatives and prints 573 93 

Express, $602.20; indemnity bonds for paymasters, $20; subscriptions, $131.84; telegrams, 

$921.74; telephone batteries, $33.40 , 1,709 18 

Government publications, $39.85; King's Printer, $4,046.34; Stationery Office, $2,491.80. 6,577 99 

Detailed with Dredging, Ontario and Quebec (Page V— 179) 208 87 

Total 20,027 95 

Less charged to — 

Dredging, Ontario and Quebec (Page V— 179) 42 71 

Harbour Generally, Quebec (Page V— 152) 67 31 

110 02 



Total, carried to page V— 2 19, 917 93 



Contract Dredging: 1917-18— Contrats de dragage: 1917-18. 

Boone Dredging & Construction Co. ($8,309.32)— 

Kincardine, July 20-Aug. 24, 16,241 c.y., in situ, at 34c 5, 521 94 

Picnic Islands, supplementary final estimate, extra yardage allowed over amount de- 
tailed in 1916-17, 1,639-64 c.y. at $1.70 2,787 38 

Cie Generale d'Entreprises Publiques ($14,027.25)— 

Batiscan, Que., Oct. 13-Nov. 7, 23,704 c.y., scow-measure, at 18c 4,266 72 

Doucet's Landing, Nov. 10-12, 2, 910 c.y. scow-measure, at 30c 873 00 

St. Maurice River, Western Outlet, final estimate to Oct. 5, 1917, 139,821 c.y., scow- 
measure, at 9c; less $3,696.36, paid in 1916-17 8,887 53 

Coastal Dredging Co., St. Peter's Narrows, Richmond Co., N.S., dredging to July 12: 15 

c.y. rock at $5; 30,553 c.y. class B at 28c, place measurement 8,629 84 

England, Peter, Middle Channel, Chatham, N.B., June 6-20, 2,003-1 c.y. at 40c 801 24 

Fowlie, F. A., Church River, N.B.: final estimate to Aug. 2, 14,081-7 c.y., scow-measure, 

at 35£c; less $2,098.77 paid in 1916-17 , . . 2,900 23 

Great Lakes Dredging Co. ($163,925.63)— 

Fort William, contract 7,339, dredging, 1917-18: rock, 26 c.y. at $2.40, 4| at $2.85, 2,464 
at $2.86, 424 at $2.87; class B, 383,767^ c.y. at lOic, 29,650 at 12| c, 3,692 at 13ic, 
27,386 at 14£c, 128,333 at 15ic, 29,027 at 22Jc, 133,724 at 23§c, 119,141 at 24£c, 

43,404 at 25*0., 10,934 at 26|c 156,381 20 

Port Maitland, Ont., drawback of 1016-17, see page V— 195, 1916-17 7,544 43 

Gregory, J. S., West St. John, April 3-16, Oct. 26-Dec 8: 19,904-6 c.y., scow-measure at 40c; 

extra towage, $101 .14 8, 062 98 

Hogan, M. J., Port Stanley, Ont., 465 c.y. at 18c 83 70 

Northern Dredging Co.: detailed in 1914-15, V— 256, $497.21; in 1916-17, V— 195, $13,336.43 13,833 64 

Phin, W. E., Port Arthur, Ontario: estimate 36 to Dec 31, 1917: 6,172.7 c.y. over-cast at 
8 2/3 c; 2,197,863 c.y. class B, scowed away at 13c; 927.88 c.y. rock at $2; removing 
wreck, $175.50; less $8,295 deducted in 1914-15, and less previous payments shown in 
1916-17, V-19.3, $244,157.02 35,836 41 

Weddell, R., Cobourg: May 31- July 16, 8,172 c.y., place measure, at 39c 3, 187 08 

Total 259, 597 32 

Charged as follows: — 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbour and River improve- 
ments (Page V— 16) 192, 217 61 

St. John Harbour improvements - ( " V— 17) 8,062 98 

Bathurst Harbour improvements ( " V— 133) 13, 336 43 

Dredging, Maritime Provinces ( " V— 176) 12,828 52 

Dredging, Ontario and Quebec ( " V— 178) 33, 151 78 

Total, as above 259,597 32 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Canadian Stewart Co.: Toronto Harbour Improvements: Estimate 38 to Sept. 30, 1918. 
Canadian Stewart Co.: Ameliorations au port de Toronto: Kstime 38 au 30 sept., 1918. 



Quantity 
Estimated. 



Quantity 

in work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



Breakwater — 

12 Round piles 1. ft. 

13 Crihwork in place c.yd. 

20 Dredging 

Hemlock flooring ft. b.m. 

Fastenings 8-in. spikes lb. 

I'm i a work on cribs at easterly end 



83,328 
102,000 
48,515 



36,235 

29,898 

61,828 

7,035 

83 



Ship channel and turning basin — 

21 Round piles 1. ft. 

22 Hemlock " ft. b. m, 

l>:; ]',. C. fir sheet piles 

2\ B. C. fix in other parts " 

25 & 26 Mass concrete c.yd. 

27 Structural steel lb. 

28 Drift bolts, etc.. , 

29 C. i. bollards tons 

30 B.C. fir waling ft. b. m. 

31 Dredging for walls c. yd. 

32 Dredging in channel and turning basin.. . " 

Northern slip and marginal wav — 

33 Round piles 1. ft. 

34 Hemlock ft. b.m, 

35 B.C. fir sheet piles " 

36 B.C. fir, in other parts " 

37 & 38 Mass concrete cu. yd. 

39 Reinforcing steel lbs. 

40 Structural steel " 

41 Drift bolts, etc 

42 B.C. fir waling ft. b.m. 

43 C. i. bollards tons 

44 Dredging cu. yd. 

Extra work on section D, northern slip 



1,290,534 
691,260 

7,598,348 
196,000 
43,692 

3,755,220 

1,745,390 

78 

215,365 

820,000 

2,258,000 



228,412 

490,300 

3,055,000 

72,000 

7,482 

372,667 

439,947 

556,054 

84, 654 

6 

48,515 



,372,228-8 
417,681-8 
,115,006-16 
169,033-9 
34,777-7 
,871,829-96 
291,622-06 
79 12 
314,310-12 
759,402 
526,309 



250,690-7 
135,707-66 
,930,715-84 
67,696-5 
7,435-84 
176,785-22 
335,029-89 
596,263-62 
114,502-96 
17-02 
33,629 



Extra work corner K — 

Round piles 

Sheet piles -. 

Structural steel 

Drift bolts, etc 

Ten per cent on cost 

Extra, filling mooring posts 

Extra, anchor piles -. 1. ft. 

Timber shipped to Railways and Canals ft. b.m. 

Expenses in connection with purchase and shipment. . . 

Material shipped to C. G. Ry 

Surplus material from yard, sold to sundry firms 

Materials delivered, 50 p.c of value 



3,300 
1,004,427 



Paid: in 1913-14 (V— 26), $8,970; in 1914-15 (V— 25), 
$738,170; in 1915-16 (V— 19), $125,180; in 1916-17 
(V— 25), $545,420; in 1917-18 (V— 19), $816,940; 
in 1918-19, $282,710; drawback, $168,040.86 



$ cts. 

0-40 
4-90 
0-375 
90 00 
0-047 



0-40 
90-00 
57-50 
95 00 
8-75 
037 
047 
81-00 
95 00 
0-185 
015 



0-40 
70-00 
57-50 
95-00 
8-75 
035 
037 
047 
95-00 
81-00 
0-185 



0-40 

28-86 



$ cts. 

14,494 00 

146,500 20 

23, 185 50 

633 15 

3 90 

2,688 16 



548,891 52 
37,591 36 

351,612 85 
16,058 22 

304,304 87 

69,257 71 

60,706 24 

6,408 72 

29,859 46 

140,489 37 

378,946 35 



100,276 28 

9,499 54 

168,516 16 

6,431 17 

65,063 60 

6, 187 48 

12,396 11 

28,024 39 

10,877 78 

1,378 62 

6,221 36 

12,576 01 



24,719 42 

16,096 95 

124 04 

2,164 01 

1,591 17 
21 61 

1,320 00 
28,987 73 

2,676 89 
16,989 65 
26,705 21 

4,954 10 



2,685,430 86 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 171 



M. P. & J. T. Davis: Quebec, Dry Dock at Lauzon: Estimate 42 to Sept. 30, 1918. 
M. P. & J. T. Davis: Quebec, cale-seche de Lauzon: Kstime 42 au 30 sept. 1918. 



Quantity 
Estimated, 



Quantity 
in work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



yd. 



1 Cofferdam and un watering 

2 Earth excavation 

3 Rock excavation above coping 

4 Rock excavation below coping " 

5 Submarine rock excavation " 

6 Dredging " 

7 Common excavation " 

9 Concrete No. 1 " 

10 Concrete No. 2 

11 Granite cu. ft. 

12 Tiles in pumphouse sq. yd 

14 Gravel road '••••*■ " 

15 Steel beams and reinforcing bars lb. 

17 Steel grates and frames " 

18 Cast iron in rollers, etc tons 

19 Cast steel in caisson rollers " 

20 Gun-metal lb. 

21 Cast iron in keel blocks tons 

22 Forged steel spindles lb. 

25 4-in. service pipe 1. ft. 

27 Lumber for caisson covers. ft. b.m. 

30 White oak for keel caps " 

31 Flap valves 

38 Pump house 

34 Power house 

35 Coal bunkers 

37 Common brick in chimney M 

38 Firebrick M 

39 Chimney ladder 

40 Four lightning rods 

41 Six 500 h.p. boilers 

42 Two 300 h.p. boilers 

43 1 , 500 k.w. generator 

45 750 k.w. generator 

47 300 k.w. generator 

48 100 k.w. generator 

50 Switch-board and cable connection 

51 Three main pumps 

52 Two drainage pumps 

53 125 h.p. motor 

54 Four 10 h.p. motors 

55 Five 15 h.p. motors 

56 Two 100 h.p. motors 

57 Gearwheels, pinions, etc , lb. 

58 C. i. bearing and bolts for shafting lb. 

59 Underground wires 1. ft. 

61 Two feed pumps „ 

62 Fire pump 

63 Heating system 

64 Coal and ash conveyer lb. 

65 Coal crusher 

66 Electric motor for conveyer 

67 Electric motor for crusher ', 

68 Steel beams, columns, etc lb. 

69 15 ton overhead crane ." 

71 4-in. cast iron for water line 1. ft. 

72 2 c. i. pipe in ground " 

75 Crib work in entrance piers cu. yd. 

76 Concrete No. 1 

77 Concrete No. 2 

79 White pine for shores f t. b . m . 

81 Rolling caisson including 89 tons for valves, 

etc tons 

Carried forward 



$80,000 

20,000 

17,000 

325,000 

70,000 

530,000 

35,000 

10,000 

99,000 

140,000 

1,540 

21,000 

150,000 

10,000 

175 

65 

17,000 

990 

11,000 

2,260 

57,000 

15,000 

12 

$5,000 

$24,500 

$7,350 

345,000 

125,000 

$300 

$100 

$76,100 

$15,000 

$49,100 

$27,900 

$16,400 

$5,680 

$7,500 

$74,600 

$7,550 

$2,950 

$1,750 

$2,490 

$3,900 

19,500 

8,000 

20,000 

$2,255 

$1,300 

$3,500 

50,000 

$2,450 

$550 

$700 

50,000 

$4,600 

770 

1,000 

62,300 

1,000 

12,300 

54,000 

1,126 



18,638 

16,000 

325,000 

69,700 

479,821 

20,000 

5,552 

101,640 

136,650 

1,440 

10,000 

134,262 

9,843 

169-586 

64-325 

15,537 

955 

10,692 

1,965 

14,000 

15,000 

12 



343,000 
123,000 



11,000 

6,880 

14,300 



47,257 



68,221 



770 

615 

57,335 

880 

11,788 

14,172 

1,033 



cts 



20 

75 

1 15 
7 60 
35 

30 
7 25 
6 50 

2 00 
6 00 

1 00 
04, 
06 

121 00 

214 50 

52 

66 00 

08 

55 

35 00 

200 00 

50 00 



50 00 
70 00 



15 

15 

1 75 



10 



06 



60 00 
110 00 



$ cts. 

80,000 00 

3,727 60 

12,000 00 

373,750 00 

529,720 00 

167,937 35 

6,000 00 

40,252 00 

660,660 00 

273,300 00 

8,640 00 

10,000 00 

5,370 48 

590 58 

20,519 90 

13,797 71 

8.079 24 
63,030 00 

855 36 

1.080 75 
910 00 

3,000 00 

600 00 

4,500-00 

21,000 00 

7,000 00 

17, 150 00 

8,610 00 

300 00 

100 00 

67,000 00 

12,000 00 

46,000 00 

26,000 00 

16,400 00 

5,400 00 

7,000 00 

70,000 00 

7,550 00 

2,950 00 

1,500 00 

2,000 00 

3,400 00 

1,650 00 

1,032 00 

25,025 00 

2,255 00 

1,300 00 

3,000 00 

4,725 70 

2,450 00 

550 00 

700 00 

4,093 26 

4,600 00 

770 00 

369 00 

309,609 00 

6,380 00 

76,622 00 

850 32 

113,630 00 

3,169,292 25 



V— 172 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



M. P. & J. T. Davis: Quebec, Dry Dock at Lauzon: Estimate 42 to Sept. 30, 1918.— Concluded. 
M. P. & J. T. Davis: Quebec, cale-seche de Lauzon: Estime* 42 au 30 Sept. 1918.— Fin. 



— 


Quantity 
estimated. 


Quantity 
in work. 


Hate. 


Amount. 








$ cts. 


$ cts. 
3,169,292 25 


82 Floating caisson including 25 tons for valves, 

etc tons 


1,000 


910 
507-5 
8,782 


140 00 

75 00 

30 


127,400 00 
38,062 50 






2,634 60 






250 00 


Materials delivered, 50 p.c. of value 








21,987 00 


Paid in 1914-15 (V— 23), $282,290; in 1915-16, 
(V— 16), $681,330; in 1916-17 (V— 22), $1,107,- 
860; in 1917-18 (V— 17), $920,720; in 1918-19, 
$281 , 910; drawback, $85,516.35 










3,359,626 35 



Grant, Smith & Co. & McDonell, Ltd.: Victoria, B.C., Wharves: Final Estimate. 
Grant, Smith & Co. & McDonell, Ltd: Quais a Victoria, C.-B.: Dernier estime\ 



Quantity 
Estimated. 



Quantity 
in Work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



1 Earth excavation, in situ c. yd. 

2 Rock excavation, in situ " 

3 Stone in rubble mound tons 

4 Broken stone c. yd. 

5 Concrete for 53 cribs " 

6 Steel reinforcing bars tons 

7 Filling for cribs c. yd. 

8 & 9 Concrete for superstructure " 

10 Filling between concrete walls and back of 

bulkhead " 

12 Waling timber 1. ft. 

13 Bollards and anchor bolts tons 

14 Ladders in place 

Extra, rubble walls between bulkhead and 

shore tons 

Extension of surface drain 

Freight shed, cost plus 10 per cent 



47,600 

4,400 

272,200 

7,500 

66,465 

4,334 

161,055 

18,981 

1,094,000 

9,000 

140 

10 



47,322 
13,054 
372,887 
8,033 
66,191-8 
4,825-3 
154,584 
19,526-3 

955,526 
8,971 
158-685 
10 

48,853 



Total - '. 

Deduction for work not completed 

Paid in 1914-15, V— 27, $344,270; in 1915-16, (V— 21,) 
$552,320; in 1916-17, (V— 27), $509,070; in 1917- 
18, (V— 20) $1,237,329.05; in 1918-19, $41,222.99. 



> cts 

52 
9 10 
94 
3 90 
11 25 
78 00 
52 
9 30 

45 

52 

104 00 

65 00 

94 



$ cts. 

24,607 44 
118,791 40 
350,513 78 

31,328 70 
744,657 75 
376,373 40 

80,383 68 
181,594 59 

429,986 70 

4,664 92 

16,503 24 

650 00 

45,921 82 

790 18 

282,175 74 



2,688,943 34 
4,731 30 



2,684,212 04 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 173 



M. J. Hogan: Port Stanley Harbour Improvements: Estimate 6 to Aug. 31, 1918. 
M. J. Hogan: Ameliorations aii liavre de Port-Stanley: Kstime 6 au 31 aout 1918. 



Quantity 
Estimated. 



Quantity 
in work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



1 Timber in crib work section f,t. b.m. 

3 Sheet piling per 1. ft. frontage lin. ft. 

5 Footing blocks c. yd. 

6 Mass concrete " 

7 Reinforcing steel lb. 

10 Drift bolts 

11 Screw bolts, nuts, etc " 

12 Lifting rings " 

14 Stone rilling c. yd. 

15 Bollards lbs. 

18 Spikes 

19 Dredging, scow-measure c. yd. 

Material delivered , 50 p.c 

Paid in 1917-18, (V— 158), $53,590; in 1918-19, 

$39,310; drawback, $10,241.49 



,076,420 

200 

540 

2,944 

5,208 

68,644 

41,000 

6,860 

14,814 

2,080 

3,000 

95,600 



995,799 

140 

410 

2,300 

5,200 

61,051 

35,963 

3,689 

14,600 

847 

2,980 

61,159 



cts. 
40 00 
25 50 
7 00 
6 00 
045 
05 
06 

045 

1 75 
04 
05 
18 



$ cts. 

39,831 96 

3,570 00 

2,870 00 

13,800 00 

234 00 

3,052 55 

2,157 78 

166 00 

25,550 00 

33 88 

149 00 

11,008 62 

717 70 



103,141 49 



Roger Miller & Sons: East River Lock Gates: Final Estimate. 
Roger Miller & Sons: Portes d'ecluse a East-River: Dernier estime. 



Quantity 
Estimated. 



Quantity 
in work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



.ft. b.m 



1 Unwatering 

2 B. C. fir, untreated 

3 B. C. fir creosoted 

4 Untreated wh. oak, for posts " 

6 White oak dowels each 

7 Cast iron keys lbs. 

8 W. I. tie bolts, nuts, etc " 

9 Steel suspension bars and turn buckles " 

10 Steel vertical channels " 

11 Steel bars and girders " 

12 W. I. bands for fenders " 

13 Steel step sockets and jackets " 

14 Heel plates each 

15 Gate pivots " 

16 Steel pins lbs. 

17 Bridge bands and brackets " 

18 Bridge railing lin. ft. 

19 Standards for railing each 

20 W. I. rack arm attachment lbs. 

21 Steel I beam of rack arm " 

22 Castings of rack arm " 

23 C. I. in gate operating machinery " 

24 Pinion gears, etc " 

25 Anchor bolts for gate operating machinery " 

26 Hand levers each 

27 Steel plates for gate arm recess lbs. 

28 C. I. rollers and supports " 

29 Steel girders for valve openings " 

30 C.I. valve and operating machinery lbs. 

31 Pinion gears, etc " 

32 Connecting rods of valves lbs. 

33 & 35 Screw bolts, etc " 

34 Bronze " 

36 Painting woodwork sq. yds. 

37 Copper painting of gates, etc " 

, Extra, gate lifting device 

Extra work, making slipway for spare gates 

Extra, castings scrapped on account of error in Govt. 

drawings,$397.76; less scrap value, $72.32 

Sundry extra work 

Paid, in 1916-17 (V— 149), $74,870; in 1917-18 (V— 
130), $47,393.82 



12,000 

83,000 

193,000 

15,000 

2,660 

23,000 

59,000 

20,000 

32,000 

117,000 

17,700 

33,000 

12 

12 

5,400 

15,000 

360 

45 

,9,000 

8,500 

16,000 

32,000 

8,700 

1,300 

10 

8,000 

13,000 

34,000 

94,000 

9,000 

29,000 

23,000 

5,000 

1,030 

850 



$ cts 



82,800 

207,500 

14,300 

3,032 

22,616 

54,030 

23,780 

31,296 

103,280 

17,696 

29,484 

12 

12 

4,326 

27,448 

360 

90 

8,770 

6,900 

11,550 

32,470 

8,830 

1,080 

11 

10,380 

10,400 

31,262 

102,734 

4,348 

13,830 

16,258 

3,474 

1,406 

1,086 



121 95 

159 30 

177 95 

20 

055 

08 

0575 

0475 

06 

0675 

12 
200 00 
130 00 

105 

09 

40 

3 50 

08 

08 

1525 

12 

20 

40 
12 00 

08 

12 

60 

15 

12 

0725 

0725 

75 

50 

90 



$ cts. 

12,000 00 

10,097 46 

33,054 75 

2,544 69 

606 40 

1,243 88 

4,322 40 

1,367 35 

1,486 56 

6, 196 80 

1,194 48 

3,538 08 

2,400 00 

1,560 00 

454 23 

2,470 32 

144 00 

315 00 

701 60 

552 00 

1,761 37 

3,896 40 

1,766 00 

432 00 

132 00 

830 40 

1,248 00 

1,875 72 

15,410 10 

521 76 

1,002 68 

1,178 70 

2,605 50 

703 00 

977 40 

600 00 

345 23 

325 44 
402 12 



122,263 82 



V— 174 



\( IHToh' uKXMtAVS REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
McDougall Bros.: East Kivcr, N.S., Improvement: Final Estimate. 
McDongall Bros.: Ameliorations a East-River, N.-E. Dernier estiml. 



1 ( Hearing ac. 

2 Grabbing 

3 Unwatering 

4 ( lommon excavation cu..yd. 

."> Rock excavation " 

6 ( Channeling rock surface sq. ft. 

7 ( Concrete cu. yd. 

8 Piling lin. ft. 

9 Timber, white oak ft. b m. 

10 Timber, for stop logs " 

11 Timber, hemlock 

12 Timber hardwood sheeting 

13 Structural steel lbs. 

14 W. I. bolts and tie rods " 

15 Drift bolts and iron rods ' " 

16 Cast iron 

17 Wire cable, £ in lin. ft. 

18 Riprap. T cu. yd. 

19 Broken stone or gravel " 

Extra pile shoes and spikes 

Extra work on pier No. 1 

Extra w. i. pipe across lock 

Paid in 1913-14 (V— 200), $48,580; in 1914-15 (V— 

190), $167,520; in 1915-16 (V— 157), $89,730; in 
1916-17 (V— 149), $70,140; in 1917-18 (V— 130), 
$86,369.32; retained for completion of cable, 
$300 



Quantity 
Esl Lmated. 



13 
13 

25,000 

308,400 

93,600 

52,000 

9,800 
00,160 

6,000 

8,000 
412,000 
32,000 
18,400 
10,900 
10,700 
15,000 
13,956 
300 

1,275 



Quantity 

in work. 



23 1 

8-< 

25,000 

274,620 

144,310 

47,828 

13,891 

43,940 

6,600 

7,920 

253,000 

15,450 

31,175 

20,323 

16,918 

19,212 

3,300 

137 

1,355 



Hate. 


Amount. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


30 00 


693 00 


90 00 


801 00 




25,000 00 


35 


96,117 00 


1 25 


180,387 50 


30 


14,348 40 


7 75 


107,655 25 


40 


17,578 40 


95 00 


570 00 


85 00 


673 20 


32 00 


8,096 00 


60 00 


927 00 


04 


1,247 00 


06 


1,219 38 


05 


845 90 


07 


1,344 84 


10 


330 00 


1 25 


171 25 


1 25 


1,693 75 



159 00 
2,623 45 
158 00 



462,639 32 



Norton- Griffiths & Co., Ltd.: St. John Harbour, Courtenay Bay Works: Settlement for work 

done. 
Norton- Griffiths & Co., Ltd.: Port de St- Jean, travaux a bale Courtenay: Reglement pour 

travaux executes. 



Quantity 
Estimated. 



Quantity 
in work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



2 Pile groynes in place 1. ft. 

5 Mass concrete in breakwater c. yd. 

6 Reinforced concrete in breakwater " 

7 Large stone covering slope " 

8 Small stone in place " 

17 Channel dredging " 

18 Basin dredging " 

20 Rock in channel, removed' and placed 

where directed c. yd. 

.Extra piles in pier head 

Extra towage over 2\ miles 

Covering stones placed by hand (day labour) 

Construction of new ranges 

Timber caps ft. b.m. 

Paid-in 1912-13 (V— 31), $407,920; in 1913-14 (V— 

25), $667,910; in 1914-15 (V— 24), $1,018,640; 

in 1915-16 (V— 17), $826,890; in 1916-17 (V— 22), 

$713,767.26; in 1917-18, (V— 17), $274,921.52; 

still held, Sept. 26, 1918, $3,753.29 



750 

30,000 

4,000 

70,000 

190,000 

4,000,000 

5,000,000 

1,000 



600 

621 

383 

40,768 

503,327 

3,927,799 

4,590,021 

404 
100 



,880 



cts. 

60 00 
8 00 

18 00 
3 80 
2 50 
31 
24 

8 00 
15 00 



S 



cts. 



55 00 



36,000 00 

4,968 00 

6,894 00 

154,918 40 

1,258,317 50 

1,217,617 69 

1,101,605 04 

3,232 00 

1,500 00 

118,271 85 

9,683 24 

305 95 

488 40 



3,913,802 07 



PUBLIC YVO\RKK DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 



V— 175 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Quinlan & Robertson: River St. Charles Improvement: Estimate 39 to June 24, 1918 (final). 
Quinlan & Robertson: Ameliorations a riviere St-Charles: Dernier estime* No. 39 au 21 juin 1918. 



Quantity 
estimated. 



Quantity 
in work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



1 Cofferdam and unwatering 

2 Excavation, lockpit, in situ c. yd. 

3 Excavation, site of dam 

4 Wooden rd. bearing piles 1. ft. 

5 Steel sheet piles tons. 

6 Concrete class I c. yd. 

7 Concrete class II " 

13 Broken stone in work " 

14 Removal of part of existing work 

22 Iron rods, bolts, &c tons. 

23 Timber and plank in retaining wall ft. b. m. 

25 Excavation for mat above dam, etc c. yd.. 

Extra work, floating caisson 

Materials delivered, full value 

Paid in 1913-14, (V— 24), $83,200; in 1914-15, (V— 24) 
$115,632.63; in 1915-16, (V— 17), $384,373.57; 
in 1916-17, (V— 22), $375,703.45; in 1917-18, 
(V— 17), $93,315.15; in 1918-19, $16,622.65 



$150,000 

282,200 

46,200 

43,640 

3,900 

12,720 

182,400 

9,000 

$35,000 

1,575 

97,230 

203,000 



170,840 
28,687 
23,920 
3,703-5 
7,494-15 
40,979-5 
596 



149-236 
82,230 
200,063 



$ cts. 



50 
3 00 

40 
60 00 

7 00 
6 40 

1 50 



100 00 

60 00 

50 



$ cts. 

36,000 00 

85,420 00 

86,061 00 

9,568 00 

222,210 00 

52,459 05 

262,268 80 

894 00 

16,938 05 

14,923 60 

4,933 80 

100,031 50 

53,428 05 

123,711 60 



1,068,847 45 



Raymond & Talbot: Rimouski Harbour Improvements: Estimate 18 to March 31, 1918. 
Raymond & Talbot: Ameliorations au port de Rimouski: Estime No. 18 au 31 mars 1918. 



Quantity 
estimated. 



Quantity 
in work. 



Rate. 



Amount. 



1 Cribwork in place, complete c. yd. 

2 Dredging 

3 Filling 

Trestle work uniting old and new wharves 

Materials delivered, 50 p.c. of value 

Paid in 1913-14, (V— 242), $7,610; in 1914-15, (V— 

226), $47,980; in 1915-16, (V— 183), $49,190; in 1916- 
17 (V— 169), $134,680; in 1917-18, (V— 147), $55,900; 
in 1918-19, $7,000; drawback, $4,064.51 



62,700 

390,000 

78,000 



62,796-85 
320,071 
53,420 



$ cts. 

3 18 
25 
38 



$ cts. 

199,693 98 

80,017 75 

20,299 60 

653 88 

5,759 30 



306,424 51 



V— 176 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 



9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Thunder Bay 1 ontracting Co.: Extension of wharves at Entrance to Mission River: Final Estimate 

to Nov. 1, 1917. 
Thunder-Bay Contracting Co.: Prolongement des qiiais a I'embonchure de la riviere Mission: 



Dernier estim€ le 1 nov. 1917. 



1 Timber in cribs... ^'S' 

2 Concrete in footing blocks cu. ya 

3 Mass concrete „ 

4 Stone in cribs .. 

5 Drift bolts ir ?f' 

6 Screw bolts „ 

7 Lifting rings , 

8 Mooring bollards f ac fj 

9 Waling [m ir- 

10 Drainpipes. ... , 

11 Stone behind cribs cu. yu. 

12 Dredging crilvseats. ...... . . . . . • • • •• • 

Piling foundation for cribs 106 and 10/ • • 

Rip-ilp along face of crib 107.. cu. yd. 

Additional stone in cribs 89 to 100 

Rectification of cribs 101 to 105 

Repairs to crib 107, as authorized • 

Extra dredging, concrete work, &c, paid at unit 



Quantity 
estimated. 



Quantity 

in work. 



,825,585 

2,560 

4,610 

48,120 

217,000 

125,770 

9,450 

38 

2,310 

264 

14,214 

50,000 



Pa£Tx915^ 

21) $54,170; in 1917-18, (V— 16), $53,847.22, 
in 1918-19, $1,993 



,838,462 

2,537 

4,442 

49,791 

225,632 

125,522 

9,366 

38 

2,216 

242 

16,703 

37,724 



597 
5,336 



Rate. 



$ cts 

45 00 
9 50 
7 50 
1 30 
04 
06 

07 
50 00 

1 50 

30 

1 30 
16 






Amount. 



1 30 
1 30 



$ cts. 

172,730 79 

24,101 50 

33,315 00 

64,728 30 

9,025 28 

7,531 32 

655 62 

1,900 00 

3,324 00 

72 60 

21,713 90 

6,035 84 

4,873 56 

776 10 

6,936 80 

54,663 43 

1,870 15 

8,466 03 



422,720 22 



New Dredging Plant, Ontario and Quebec. * cts - 

Nouveau materiel de dragage, Ontario et Quebec. 

Mason, Gordon & Co, 19,870 ft. oak at $81.50; 57,030 ft. fir at $57; less labour, $6.89 and war ^ ^ 

Sinclnnel-Mc'Naughton line," successors' to' La Cie Pontbriand:' release '^^onnt^n^eld 

from final estimate for construction of machinery for dipper dredge, page V-355, 19L, 14. * »io ^ 

Advertising, $131 . 15; blue prints, &c ; , $13^68 . • — y-200) 14, 278 37 

Detailed with Dredge Vessels Ontario and Quebec ^^ 

21,990 90 

Less charged in error to Dredging, Ontario and Quebec ( Pa S e V-179) 1 

21,989 42 

Total, carried to page V— 3 ===== 



Dredging: Maritime Provinces-Dragage: Provinces maritimes. 

Dredging and inspection of dredging ($14,346.16)— p v _ 169 ) 12, 828 52 

^^J^^t^^^^er;^!^ Aug! 3.1 $122,' overtime, 90c, out- ^ gQ 

Burke! Wm.: 'services atFrench '^M***W& »*• ° Vertime ' W ' \ ' \ .' .' .' .' \ '. \ "S 60 

Heckbert, F. P.: services at Church River May 24 to .26 k. . . . . ...^ . • • • • • • 34 25 

Leggatt, Jas.: services at Middle Island, June G tc 21 , $33J5 ^^^^ " $77 i ; out- 

Logie, W. W. : services general inspector, Apr. 1 to Jan. 23, $1 , 08,5 . 74, Doara, ** t . xv, 1(164 99 

Harbours^and Rivers,' Maritime Pr vinces ($10,i 026 \.\ 89)- d 

Bathurst Harbour, ice survey: bourers, &c, 33 d. at $2.25, 4/ a. at v, wax , 1 m 25 

$3 -. u"'\ .... 25 00 

Bear River: removing boulder; etc., from channel . . •••%—••" 1( j £ ^ jgj i abourer s, 

CampbelltonandRestigouche: urvey about wharfs, &c cnamman, iu a. ai«o, . m lg 

55 d. at $2.75, 5* d. at $2. 0; 15 trips, $30 

14,810 56 

Carried forward 



PUBLIC WOR K S /> /:/'. 1 R T\l E \ T : EXPEN DITUR E V — 1 77 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredging: Maritime Provinces— Continued— Dragage: Provinces maritimes— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 14,810 56 

Harbours and rivers, Maritime Provinces — Concluded. 
Clementsport, improving channel ($2,110.70) — 

Conductor, Herbert Hicks, 67 d. at $3; foreman, A. Walker, 58-9 d. at $2.50; labourers 

$1,086.70 1,434 95 

Rice, T.: use of 2 scows, 64 d. at $3 192 00 

Tupper, C. F.: blocks, 6 double $30, 6 single, $20; use of motor boat, 67 d. at $6; rent 

of boat house, 11 wks., $11; sundry, $20.75 483 75 

Ford's Mills, dredging channel: labour, $193.80; use of dredge "Farmer's Friend", 15f 

d. at S14; hardware, &c, $7.78 422 08 

Grandique, dredging at wharf ($1,032.59)— 

Grandique Dredge Co.: hire of dredge, 24£ d 

Labour, at $2.50, $104.25, at $2, $425.25; hardware, Ac, $8.09 

Inverness, excavation of channel ($1,500) — 

Foreman, H. G. Cameron, 53-6 d. at $3 

Labourers, 119 d., $242.75; team hire, 193 d., $1,025.50 

Gillis, A. J.: 4 road scrapers, $50; smith work, &c, $12.40 

Pr. rubber boots, $6 . 50, sundries, $2 7 

Kouchibouguac, dredging river ($454) — 

Foreman, Jos. Daigle, 20 d., $60; labourers, 49i d., $98.50 

Vantour, F.: hire of dredge, "St. Louis Star" Sept. 19 to Oct. 6, 14| d 

Scow hire, 31 d. $31; towage, $36; sundries, $7.25 

Lunenburg, survey of harbour; labour, 6| d. at $2.50; 51 lb. rope, $19.89; sundry, $3.25. 
Richibucto Cape, dredging inside and at entrance to breakwater ($1,539.67) — 

Conductor, J. S. Leblanc, 55 d. at $3; labourers at $1.75, $220.92 

LeBlanc, A., hire of gasolene boat, 41£ d. at $6; McLaughlin, L. M., towage, $40 

Rent of dredge, 41| d. at $21. Paid as follows: M. McLaughlin, $325.50; F. Michaud, 
$540 75.. 
St. Charles River, dredging ($48L06)— ' 

Foreman, 16| d. at $2.50; labourers, 104 d. at $1.75 

Daigle, H. T.: rent of dredge at $15 per d : 

Rent of scows for hauling sand, 40 d. at 80c 

St. John River and tributaries, removal of snags ($1,983) — 

Foreman, H. Nason, 40 d. at $3; labourers, etc., at $2, $484 

Glasier, P.: board of men at $1 per d., $299; rent of str. Fred Glacier, 40 d. at $22; 
rent of hoisting scow, 40 d. at $4; use of rowboat, 40 d. at 50c 

Marshall, Jas.: removing snags. 

Steel scow No. 102 ($246.50)— 

Heney, John & Son: 9-125 ton coal. 

Ottawa Paint Works: 300 lb. dry lead, $35.26; 25 gal. linseed oil, $38.75 

Groceries, $15.42; 63-52 lb. rope, $19.29; towage, $29.33; sundry, $37.73 

Steel Scow No. 103 ($418.85)— 

Heney, John & Son: 9-125 ton coal ." 70 72 

Ottawa Paint Works: 300 lb. dry lead, $35.25; 45-11 gal. linseed oil, $46.47; 43-33 gal. 

turpentine, $35.10; sundry paint, &c, $101.10 217 92 

Groceries, $15.43; hardware, $26.44; 63.52 lb. rope, $19.28; towage, $29.34; sundries, 

$39.72 130 21 

Office staff and expenses ($7,400.36)— 

Inspectors, services y. each at $1,380: J. N. McDonald, J. T. Nickerson 2,760 00 

Clerk, Wm. O'Brien, $900; storekeeper, J. Gillis, $540 1,440 00 

Travel and outlay: J. B. Blenkinsop, $875.20; J. M. McDonald, $283.03; J. B. McMurray, 

$753 .38; J. T. Nickerson, $549 .31 2,460 92 

Gardner, R. H.: rent of office, y. to Mar. 1, 1918, $50; sundries, $30 80 00 

McCarey, J.: rent of office, 9 m. to Oct. 23, 1917, $150; cleaning, etc., $18 168 00 

New Brunswick Telephone Co.: exchange service, y. to Mar. 31, 1918, No. 308, $52, No. 

3164, $32.52; tolls, $50.62 135 14 

Telephone Co. of P. E. Island: exchange service, y. to Mar. 31, 1918, $30.50; tolls, $83.60. . 114 10 

Telegrams: Anglo-American Telegraph Co., $23.68; Can. Pac. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, 

$9.77; Western Union Telegraph Co., $175.59 209 04 

Laundry, $4.26; rent of p.o. box, $8; sundries, $20.90 33 16 

Generally ($1,682.66)— 

Chainman and sounder, R. W. Craft, services, 4 m. to July 31 300 00 

Poupore, W. J.: outlay of Messrs. Howden & Laurie, from Ottawa, Canada, to Galveston, 

Texas, re examination of dredges, Nereus and Triton, 1910, $552.45 (one-half payable 

by the Department) 276 23 

Freight, 85c. ; towage, $16 16 85 

Advertising, $337.55; King's Printer's account, $183.60; Stationery Office at Ottawa, 

$158.76 679 91 

Legal services: C. W. Lane, Lunenburg, $254.42; Henry Rogers, Harris & Stewart, Hali- 
fax, $155 .25 409 67 

Detailed with Dredge Vessels, Maritime Provinces (Page V— 191) 293, 695 26 

Detailed with Dredge Vessels, Ontario and Quebec (Page V— 200) 1,187 55 

Total ". 329,004 23 

Less credits as shown on page V— 178 14,382 85 

Total, carried to page V— 2 ~ 314,621 38 

1— 12v 



495 00 
537 59 


160 85 

1,268 25 

62 40 

8 50 


158 50 

221 25 

74 25 

39 39 


385 92 
287 50 


866 25 


222 56 

226 50 

32 00 


604 00 


1,359 00 
20 00 


70 72 

74 01 

101 77 



V — 178 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-W1S 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dredging: Maritime Provinces— Concluded— Dragage: Provinces Maritime— Fin. $ cts. 

Credits to Dredging, Maritime Prov'nices. 
( 'ridits pour dragage, Provinces maritimes. 

( 'barged to Surveys and Inspections (Page V— 221) 432 74 

Department of Customs, services tug < 'anao 8, 354 69 

Department of Marine and Fisheries: services of tug Fredericton , §1,450; coal supplied from 

tug Conso, 1427.50 1,877 50 

Miller, Roger & ( \>., .services of tug Canso * 2,994 57 

Northern Dredging ( Jo., services of scows No. Ill and No. 112 160 00 

Ritchey Bros., use of tug No. 15 15 00 

Southern Salvage ( '<>.: services dredge No. 7, $276; less exchange on cheque, 35c 275 65 

Dredge No. 7: launching Aricum at Liverpool, N.S., $270; less exchange, 33c 269 67 

Steamer Beaver, 5 gal. oil from dredge No. 13 3 03 

Total, deducted on page V— 177 14,382 85 



151 48 


143 88 


32 96 


45 50 


63 00 


14 00 


64 50 


28 58 


99 80 


393 75 


72 86 


84 85 



Dredging: Ontario and Quebec— Dragage: Ontario et Quebec. 

Detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V— 169) 33, 151 78 

Inspectors of dredging ($7,470.87) — 

Bonenfant, Capt, H.: April-Mar., 4 m. at $110, 8 at $116.63; outlay, $704.01 2,077 29 

Cummings, J. I.: April-Mar. at $133.33; outlay, $6.10 1,606 06 

Cuyler, F., at Kincardine: July 20-Aug. 24, 31 d. at $3; overtime, $18; outlay, $2.81 113 81 

MacLuckie, P.: April-Mar., 6 m. at $141.67, 6 at $158.33 1,800 00 

Redfearn, Capt. C. E.: April-Mar., less Oct. 18-28, $1,458.33; outlay, $266.33 1,724 66 

Vivian, E., at Cobourg: May 31-July 12, 39 d., $117; overtime, $22.80; taking soundings, 

$6; outlay, $3.25 149 05 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — 
Batiscan ($328.32)— 

Arcand, C. L., travel, $72.48; Arcand, P., services as inspector, $79 

Lariviere & Louthood: labour, 253 h. at 20c, 533 at I7|c 

Labour, $20; hardware, $12.96 

Caughnawaga soundings: boatmen, $25.50; labourers, $20 

Contrecoeur soundings: chainman, $18; labourers, $45 

Doucet's Landing, labour 

He aux Foins soundings: chainman, $15; labourers, $37.50; carter, $12 

Lac St. Louis: labour, $14; posts, $9; sundries, $5.58 

Long Rapids, Lievre River explosives, $62; steel, $22. 10; sundries, $15.70 

Longueuil borings ($551.46) — 

Labourers, 141 d., $387.75; boat hire, $6 

Hardware, $39.26; rent of shed, $13.50; sundries, $20.10 

Board and outlay: H. Constant, $29.80; N. Latraverse, $27.40; H. Leger, $27.65. .. . 
Saguenay River ($3,017.22)— 

Crew of alligator tug, July 1-Oct. 10: captain, A. Gagnon, $215.97; engineer, Wm. 

Brisson, $205.97; firemen, etc., Nap. Leclerc, $189.35; cook, D. Tremblay, $139.51 750 80 

Placing beacons, sweeping channel, etc.: caulkers, 12 -J- d., $37.50; carpenters, labourers, 
etc., $817 

Aubin, A., engineer on launch Catherine, Oct. 27-31, $24. 19, board, $6.50 

Cote, Boivin& Cie: coal, $30.79; iron, etc., $58.35 : 

Gagnon, Capt. A., board of crew of alligator tug, etc 

Murdock, Alex.: services as gauge reader, May 24-Nov. 7, 142 d., $355; board, $92.30 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co.: coal at $8.75, $285.25; freight, etc, $49.64 

Ground rent, etc., $35; gasolene, $28.40; wood, $23.25; meals, $16.80; cotton, $13.41; 

stove, $10; sundries, $32.09 

St. Louis River, construction of abutments ($517.96) — 

Foreman, B. Viau, Oct. 23-Nov. 6, 12 d., $36; labourers, 35 d., $87.50; cartage, $29. .. 

Cossette, Alf., timber, $66.40; Daoust, D., rent, $12 

Langevin, N.: cement, 70 sacks, $52.50; boots, 4 pr. at $5, 4 at $6.50; sundries, $40. . . 

Voucher outstanding, D 914, pay-list and accounts 

St. Maurice River, soundings ($422.03) — 

Bastarache, H., inspector on "New Welland," Aug. 28-Oct. 8, 36 d 

Precourt, J. E., inspector on "New Welland," Aug. 25-Oct. 8, 38 d 

Lighting lanterns. $19; hardware, $18.95; timber, $10.52; cotton, $2.81 

Labour, Aug. 20-Oct. 12, 53| d. at $2.50, 1\ at $2 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario — 

Byng Inlet soundings ($696.06)— 

Barry, A.: hire of gasolene launch, 25 d. at $2.75, V 2 at $4; labour, etc, $10.50 93 25 

Hamilton, J. R., asst. engineer: fares, board, etc., $74.50; sundry outlay, $39.56; 

assistance, 51$ d. at $3, 25 at $2.75, 30i at $2.25; boatmen, etc., $35.15 440 56 

Labour, $95.75; boat hire, $41.50; meals, $15; sundries, $10 : 162 25 

Carried forward 46,471 08 



8.54 50 


30 69 


89 14 


350 95 


447 30 


334 89 


158 95 


152 50 


78 40 


138 50 


148 56 


108 00 


114 00 


51 28 


148 75 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 179 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredging: Ontario and Quebec— Continued— Dragage: Ontario et Quebec— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario — concluded. 
Cardinal ($181)— 

Paul, John: services, 14 d., $56; rent of launch, 7 d., $35; sundries, $16.70 

Hire of launch, $15; gasolene, $14.80; driving, $12; sundries, $31.50 

Fighting Island channel, legal services, Fleming, Drake & Foster, Windsor 

Midland survey: labour, $18; timber, $4.08; sundries, $4.75 

Picnic Island survey ($667.92)— 

Launch engineer, 14 d., $34.67; rodman, 53 d., $112.46; chainman, 22| d., $57.50 

Bradley, E. M., board of J. R. Black 

Kingsboro & Baxter, hardware, $68.03; Turner, B. H., gasolene, $60.33, sundries, 

$22.47 

Gasolene, $40.96; rent of boat-house, $40; uni sparker, $27.72; rent of lot and water 

front, $25; gears, $21; sundries, $62.22 

PortMaitland ($1,257.90)— 

Carlyle, R. A., resident engineer: board, etc., $171.50; moving household goods, 

$115.15; sundry outlay, $89.19; assistance, $170.25 ' 

Dashwood, D. & Son: repairing boat, $31 .87; reverse gear, $25; sundries, $32.25 

Hastings, F. C, assistant engineer, June 12-Sept. 15 

Penny, W. J., rent of office, 12 m. to Mar. 19, 1918 

Thornton & Truman, 2, 000 ft. sounding base line 

Rent of telephone, $26; rent of boat-house, $21; gasolene, $20.65; sundries, $32.32 

St. Lawrence River: Latimer, J. R., allowance for bed and breakfast, July 1-Dec. 7, 

1913, while engaged as inspector on Middle Channel improvements 

Thames River, removing snags: labour, $6.25; scow hire, $5 

Generally ($2,857.07)— 

Baillie, Jas., rent of lot for dredge Deschenes, Oct. 1915-Oct. 1916 

Bonenfant, A., Montreal, services as caretaker, etc., April-Dec 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co.'s Tel., telegrams, $572.01; G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams, $321.28 

Gavin, Capt. R., on account disbursements 

Inland Revenue Dept., analyses of samples of paint, oil, etc 

Prints, etc., $18.85; cab hire, $15; brooms, $5.01; sundries, 94c 

Advertising, $118. 16; King's Printer, $474.08; Stationery Office, $656.74 

Detailed with Harbours Generally (Page V — 169) 

Detailed with Dredge Vessels, Ontario and Quebec (Page V— 200) 

Detailed with Dredge Vessels, Maritime Provinces (Page V — 191) 

Charged in error to this vote (see New Dredging Plant, page V— 176) 



46,471 08 


107 70 


73 30 


319 33 


26 83 


204 65 


95 56 


150 83 


216 90 


546 09 


89 12 


242 22 


108 00 


172 50 


99 97 


68 15 


11 25 


50 00 


470 00 


893 29 


100 00 


55 00 


39 80 


1,248 98 


42 71 


301,092 68 


10,410 76 


1 48 



Total 363, 408 16 

Less, credits shown below 14, 383 66 



Total, carried to page V— 2 349, 024 50 



Credits to Dredging, Ontario and Quebec: Deducted Above. 
Credits pour dragage, Ontario et Quebec: Deduits precedemment. 

Services of dredges, etc. ($13,562.00)— 

C. P. R. Co., dredge No. 117, Port Burwell 80 00 

Fuller, Geo. A. Co., dredge No. 103, Hawkesbury 82 00 

Gobeil, E., cordwood at St. Felicien 12 00 

Hogan, M. J., use of dredge No. 117 3, 039 67 

Kennedy, Wm. & Son., services of tug Hercules 286 20 

Laurentide Co., services of tug Annette 370 00 

Marine and Fisheries Dept., removing old barge at Caughnawaga 532 00 

Northern Brick & Tile Co., rental of coal scow of dredge No. 118 90 00 

Ottawa Electric Co., rental of stonelifter 102 34 90 

Railways and Canals Dept., services of dredge 103 at Grenville 328 00 

Riordan Pulp & Paper Mill, services of dredge 103 '. 7, 740 01 

River Lievre Navigation Co.: sale of coal from dredge No. 102 212 20 

Robertson, F. A., services of Cliffside, towing hull of dredge 45 00 

Tomiko Lumber Co., services of tug Maggie, June 30- July 30 150 00 

Trudel, Ed., cordwood on River Ticouabe 400 00 

Upper Ottawa Improvement Co., rent of hopper scow 20 00 

Williams, Chas., use of coal scow 45 00 

Charged to other works — 

Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi (Page V— 148) 52 15 

Harbours Generally (Page V— 169) 208 87 

Storage Dams (Page V— 217) 548 39 

River Gaugings - (Page V— 217) 107 27 

Total, deducted above 14, 383 66 

l— my 



V— 180 WDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, t917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dredging: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
Dragage: Manitoba, Saskatchewan et Alberta. 

$ cts. 
Dredge 201 ($ 13 ,348. 02)— 

Master, Barney Freeman, May 1-Nov. 10, Feb. 1-Mar. 8, $948.91; acting master, G. 

Freeman, June 1-Nov. 10, $420.6(5 1,375 57 

Engineers, $504.07: mate and oranesman, $480; cook, $448.22; watchman, $270.53; fire- 
man, $290.85; deckhands, $591.14 2,584 81 

Foreman, Alex Joyce, Fcb.-Mar., $148.50; labourers, $373.50; carpenter, $114; caulker, 

$39 675 00 

Board of crew 1 , 007 54 

Canadian Lumber Yards, lumber, 2,880 ft. at $38.80, 11,016 ft. at $36.50, 3,600 ft. at $35. 639 82 

Canadian Oil Companies: engine oil, 131 gal. at 54c; cylinder oil, 80j gal. at 61c; 

sundries, $67.25 187 09 

Department of Customs, duty on dredging pump 247 80 

Dunlop Tire and Rubber Goods Co.: 1 suction pipe, 9' b\" long x 10", and 1 discharge 

pipe, 10' long x 12", $303.22; sundry, $9.12 312 34 

Edwards, Joseph & Co., class C cataract centrifugal pump with freight 707 82 

Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.: 100 ft. reliable steam hose, $86.19; sundries, $3.34 89 53 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Co., Ltd., length, 10" round wire-lined suction-hose, attached 

to nipples , 138 00 

Moody & Son: steel shafting, 385 lb. at 14c; babbit, 127£ lb. at 22c; sundries, $167.49. 249 44 

Selkirk Machine Works: labour, 60 h. at 60c, 18 h. at 80c; sundry, $23.80 74 20 

St. Boniface Hospital: board and nursing of Barney Freeman, April 16-Oct. 26, Dec. 

14-17, Jan. 12-Feb. 9 881 50 

Sterling Engine Works: 2 cast bridge walls for dredge, $32; labour, $18; sundry, $7.10. . . 57 10 

Vulcan Iron Works: brass castings, 132 lb. at 60c; castings for cylinder rings, 424 lb. 

at 5c; sundry, $17.45 117 85 

Western Coal Co., coal, 382.95 ton at $9.70 3, 714 64 

Small payments: tallow, 275 lb., $44; draying, $43; sundry packing, $42.98; hauiing 

dues, 132 ton, $26.40; dental work, $25; laundrywork, $23.07; 25 ft. metallic hose, 

$19; sundries, $64.52 287 97 

Dredge 202 ($6,977.92)— 

Master, W. Watterson, May 1-Nov. 15, $812.50; cook, H. Lea, $460.72 1,273 2^ 

Fireman, $308.87; watchmen, $271.23; deckhands, $449.48 1,029 5^ 

Board of crew 1 , 257 4l 

Beatty & Sons, M.: gear with 3 sets screws, $132.40; gear set, $28.75; sundry, $3.55 164 70 

Canadian Oil Companies: paint, $56.55; engine oil, $21.33 77 88 

Department of Public Works, 2 d. hauling out mud scows 50 00 

Dominion Wire Rope Co., 720 ft. best plow steel hoisting cable and 1 reel 230 42 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works: grate bars, 981 lb. at 4|c, 118 1b. at 5c; sundries, 

$19.50 - 69 55 

Moody & Son: 115 lb. white waste, $25.30; sundry hardware, $93.84 119 14 

Robinson, Wm, Co.: lumber, 1,080 ft. at $34, 1,003 ft. at $35 71 82 

Western Coal Co., coal, 255-9 tons at $9.70 2,482 25 

Small payments: oak, 160 ft., $25.92; machinist's time, 37 h., $22.20; freight, $19.31; 

laundrywork, $19.27; sundries $65.25 151 95 

Dredge 204 ($117.43) — 

Goodman, Mrs. J. G., laundrywork ' 11 03 

Public Works Repair Slip: dues on 2 mud scows, 1 d. each and hauling out, $50; dues 

on dredge, 1 d. and hauling out, $26.40; 3 lay days, $30 106 40 

Dredge 205 ($8,082.08)— 

Captain, Stanley Dewar, May 1-Nov. 17, $820.83, outlay, $4.65; cranesman, D. Gunn, 

May-Nov. 16, $522.66 1,348 14 

Cook, $468.22; fireman, $312.14; watchman, $271.93; oiler, $249.96; deck hands, $429.54. . 1,731 79 

Board of crew of dredge, tug Friday and tug Vaughan 1 , 505 45 

Canadian Oil Companies: paint, $56.55; engine oil, $39.42 95 97 

Dept. of Public Works Repair Slip: dues on 2 mud scows, 1 d. hauling out each, $50; 

3 lay days, $30; dues on dredge 2 d., and hauling out, $81.60 161 60 

Moody & Son: white waste, 112 lb. at 22c; 6 sheets asbestos, 120 lb. at 17^c; sheet iron, 

180 lb. at lOJ-c, 204 lb. at 9£c; asbestos gaskets, 13 lb. at $1.50; sundries, $108.68.. . . 212 10 

Selkirk Machine Works, sundry supplies and labour 57 60 

Vulcan Iron Works: 2| cu. yd. dipper for dredge, $825; labour, $33.40; freight, $8.71 867 11 

Western Coal Co., coal, 205-3 ton at $9.70 1,991 40 

Small payments: packing, $40.25; laundrywork, $21.97; 4 pr. boots, $17.40; sundries, 

$31.30 110 92 

Dredge 208 and Tug Le Pas ($822.50)— 

Caretaker, Angus Poison, 6 m. at $50, 6 m. at $65 690 00 

Jennings, Wm., labour on dredge, 47 d. at $2.50 117 50 

Sundry small payments 15 00 

Carried forward 29 , 347 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 181 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredging: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta— Concluded. $ cts. 

Dragage: Manitoba, Saskatchewan et Alberta — Fin. 

Brought forward 29, 347 95 

Dredge 210 ($750.22)— 

Watchmen: J. H. Denby, May-Sept., Mar., $310; Hugh McKellar, Oct.-Feb., $290; J. D. 

McLeod, April, $50 

Law, Gordon, foundry work 

Small payments, freight 

Tug Friday ($3,408.03)— 

Captains: Hugh Cochrane, May, 16 d., $43.87; R. Clemons, May 20-Nov. 7, $474.99... . 

Engineer, $525.33; firemen, $295.69; deckhands and scowmen, $387.04 

Dominion Public Works Repair Slip: dues on tug 2 d. and hauling out 52 ton, $50; 1 lay 
day, $10 

Western Coal Co.: coal, 162-45 ton at $9.70 

Small payments: 25 ft. metallic hose, $19; 25 ft. steamhose, $18.35; sundries, $7.99 

Tug Lisgar, 50 ft. steamhose, couplings, etc 

Tug Parkdale ($1,167.34) — 

Captains: Tom Walker, May 16 d., $43.87; E. Nelson, June-July, $170 

Engineer, $240; fireman, $133.87; deckhands and scowmen, $196.01 

Western Coal Co., coal, 39-05 ton at $9.70; Selkirk Machine Works, sundries, $4.80 

Tug PequU ($1,605.49)— 

Captains, Ed. Nelson, Aug.-Oct., 3 m 

Engineer, $280; firemen, $150; deckhand, $136; scowmen, $80 

Dominion Public Works Repair Slip: dues on tug, 1 d. and hauling out, 26 ton 

Western Coal Co., coal, 70-05 ton at $9.70 

Tug Ruby, Moody & Son, sundries 



650 00 

95 88 

4 34 


518 86 
1,208 06 


60 00 

1,575 77 

45 34 

30 61 


213 87 
569 88 
383 59 


255 00 

646 00 

25 00 

679 49 

1 90 



Tug Vaughan ($3,826.59)— 

Captain E. Walterson, May 12-Nov. 12, $538.25; engineer, $579.19; fireman, $450; cook, 

$159 1, 726 44 

Canadian Oil Companies: paint, 10 gal., at $1.95, 5 gal. at $2; engine oil, 39^ gal. at 54c; 

sundry, $1.40 52 23 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, grate bars, 1, 221 lb. at 7c 85 47 

Moody & Son: 12 rubber pump valves, 32 lb. at $1.50; hardware, etc., $78.08 126 08 

Western Coal Co., coal, 134-55 ton at $9.70 1,305 14 

Provisions: Benson Bros., $138.78; B. Dalman, $143.74; Chas. Finkleman, $160.33 442 85 

Small payments: dues for 1 d. and hauling out 134 ton, $26.80; labour, 37 h., $22.20; 

sundries, $39.38 88 S R 

Gasolene Launch ($196.94)— 

Moody & Son: galv. iron, 861 lb. at 12£c; screws, $6.80 114 42 

Small payments: gasolene, 91 gal. at 37c, 44-3 gal. at 32^c; 38 lb. solder, $19; sundry, 

$15.45 82 52 

Selkirk Shipyard ($8,471.59)— 

Officeman, C. Waterman, April-June, $225; foremen at $4.50 a day, $814.50 1,039 50 

Dredgemasters: W. Watterson, April, 3£ d., $12.25; B. Freeman, Nov. 10-Jan. 31, $333.33 345 58 

Labourers at $3, $2,684.40; engineers at $4, $120; nightman and dayman at $2, $944; 

machinists, $256.50 4, 004 90 

Benson Bros., 644 lb. tallow, $73.75; C.P.R. Co., rent of siding, y. to July 31, 1918, $32.01, 

trackman, $22.77 128 53 

Canadian Oil Companies: linseed oil, 38| gal., $68.52; sterling light oil, 78| gal., $20.80; 

tallow, 100 lb., $19; sundry, $4.55 112 87 

Manitoba Government Telephones: exchange service, y. to June 1, 1918, $31; messages, 

$21.10 > 52 10 

Mclntyre, D. A., travel and outlay, $362.11; Milledge, E., cartage, $172.05 534 16 

Moody & Sons: 100 lb. wh. lead, $17.50; 4 bales oakum, $39; 49 gal. raw oil at $1.75; 

manila rope, 1,797 lb. at 32c, 1,927 at 36£c; tarred rope, 57 lb. at 42^c; sundry, 

$177 87 1,622 74 

Selkirk Electrical Department, light and power, 12 m. to Mar. 15 432 43 

Walterman, W., 10 cords wood at $6 60 00 

Coal, $25; dues on coal barge, $25; laundry, $28.35; 36-in. rip-saw, $34.60; sundry, $25.83. . 138 78 

Advertising 37 20 



I 



Total 48,843 86 

Less credits: — 

Armstrong Trading Co., use of Mossy River 160 00 

Sigurdsson Fish Co., use of No. 201 80 00 

Department of Indian Affairs, use of tug Vaughan 137 00 

Department of Marine and Fisheries: use of tug Lisgar placing buoys, $81 ; use of 

of tug Peqws, $52 133 00 

Charged to Harbours and Rivers Maintenance 50 00 560 00 



Total, carried to page V— 3 48, 283 86 



V— 182 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1911-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



$ cts. 



Dredging: British Columbla-Dragagc: Colomble-Britaimiquc. 

m %«?T%*&£i£ ^'Inib^lKSiM.Tcherter. Mar. 13-31, $24.51; J. 

' Wv k!n SrtMS Rwkjft ^Snm, July »-Feb. S8. $309.67; E. L. Taggart, j 699 ^ 

B. C^d»ho»CoTft distant tolls, $373.70; City Wharf Co., wharfage on boats and ^ ^ 

rent of stores, $75 140 00 

°"&5Sl^ labourers at 40e. per h.,Sl ( 247.60; black- x ^ y 

CianTrowder Co"- ^wder^lb/itiWQ.M percwt'.; 4 packages 'caps,' SS^O. ! ! ! ! ! ... . . ' 66 70 

W^VvJuS^&'l^ft: 6 navy barrows, $21.25; 1 doz. shovels, $11.75; sundnes, ^ ^ 

SmaU payments: lumber ,'2," 666 ft!,' $34; sundries, $26.60 . . ...... . . . . • . . • . • ■ ■■ ■ ■ l 120 00 

False Creek Dredging Inspection: B. F. Andrews, inspector, May 5-Jan. 21, 224 d. at$o 1.1-U 

Fitting out storehouse on Government wharf, Vancouver ($228 06)- 

BC Mills, Timber and Trading Co.: lumber, $55.44; draying, $3 *» *» 

Ross & Howard Iron Works Co., iron work for derrick 19 62 

Small payments, sundry hardware.. : • ■;••.•••••/ 199 10 

Inspector's launch, Victoria, Armstrong Bros., repairs to launch 

Lillooet River ($2,266)— ,, „ on „,« 1,985 00 

Pike, J. W., use of dredge, Jan 17- Aug. 15, 397 h-at ■ $5. ... ... • • • ■ • v • 245 00 

Wintermute, A. B., inspector of dredging, June ■ 20-Aug. .15, 49 d. at $5 ^ QQ 

Small payments, wages of men cutting ; brush l, 12 d. at 16 • 

New Westminster, dolphins at Boney ard ($697 . 5J )- 7Q 106 20 

Foreman, J. H. Draney Mar 9 d., $49 . 50, board of men, $56 . 70 Q6 

"FWinppr $27 58* cook, $22.98; labourers, $136.50 o 7 o c 2 

Mann, A. e! fir Piles, 882 ft. at lie 2,000 at 10|e 700 at 9}c • • 373 52 

Small payments: coal, 3 ton, $24.15; sundries, $6.66 

Naa £a^fn r ;G N erNLrA& 2 S ep 5 t°, ) l750, outlay, $12.30; engineer, D. Fatten, April-Sept., ^ ^ 

Cooks, $4*50;* watchmen,' $iio! 'deckhands, JU28.06 ■ . ;:!!!!;!! '420 30 

kJ8£#&TS£ ^SAtM^^^^SW^ hardware, etc., ^ ^ 

pJfatoEV Harry Atkm's, $255.10; ' ■£*.»'.»; ' NaasHarbourCannery , $976.14. . . . 1,269 49 

Sundry small payments. .. • • • • -•• •■ ■ ••: 3,645 00 

Nitinat, removal of rock: J. E. Rice, rock amoved from mle^ . . . . ~ ^ ^ 

Pelican: wtachman of cord wood for dredge, 6 m. at $2, labour, 66 n., »n.»4 gQ QQ 

Point Ellis Bridge, furnishing and driving ten piles 

AbeSetny '&' Lougheed: ' line,' 500' ft.' at 30c; rent of donkey engine, Sept. 22-Oct. 31, ^ ^ 

$130; loading and unloading engine $23 . . . . . . . . .-.. .••••• • 161 35 

B. C. Equipment Co.: wire rope 815 ft. at 19c.; cartage, $6.50 2gg g4 

Gilley Bros.: coal, 33-2 ton at $7.50; freight, $39.84. 66 05 

Stoltze Mfg. Co.: board of men, $63.75; sundry, $2.30 •••••• n6 7Q 

Trapp & Co.: blk. pipe, $13.58; sundry, $103.12 32 45 

Block $15; sundry, $17.45. . . . . .... . .... . . . . . ... • ■ ■■■•'• ■■• ■ • • • _ Q " 765 00 

Victoria Harbour: watching plant, R. Hampton, 10 m. to Mar. at $76.50 

buckets, $4,534.65; sundry extra works, $4,702.39 

^"D^rtment of Marine and Fisheries, inspection of Dorothy Symons, $59.21, of Smuggler, ^ ^ 

Total ••••••• ; .'..'.'.'.'.'.'.' 4,082 14 

Less credits shown on page V— led 

455,466 92 

Total, carried to page V— 3 ===== 









PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 183 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredging: British Columbia— Concluded— Dragage: Colombie-Britannique— Fin. $ cts. 

( 'redits to Dredging British Columbia. 

Captain W. H. Gardner: damage to drill plant No. 2 and repairs to platform 909 92 

Jofte, J. B., discarded cable from Lobnitz No. 1 25 00 

Lindsay Bros. Co., use of tug Nakusp 39 75 

Powell River Co., use of dredge Ajax 2, 652 88 

Department of Naval Service, use of Mudlark, recovering coal at Esquimalt 454 59 

Total deducted on page V— 182 4,082 14 

Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces— Vaisseaux dragueurs: Provinces niari times. 

Dredge No. 1 ($49,225.98)— 

Lewis, C. F.: services y., (less -Dec. 13- Jan. 31) master, 7 m. at $130, m., $125, captain, 

2-39 m. at $65; outlay, $2.04 1,192 21 

Engineers: M. Collins, y., (less Dec. 13-Feb. 28) $745.98; H. Fosbrooke, y., $1,555; 

J. McMaster, y., $655 2,955 98 

Mates: first, J. W. Welling, y., (less April 1-11) $867.50, outlay, $3.70; B. Haines, 7-866 

m. to Nov. 26, $513.20 : 1,384 40 

Steward, C. L. Bustard, 9 m. to Nov. 30 430 00 

Watchman, J. Gordon, 7 m. to Nov. 30 (less July) 275 00 

Cooks, at $50, $308.65, at $45, $55.50; firemen, at $45, $850.74, at $40, $27.10; ladder 
operator, at $45, $270; oilers, at $45, $615.15, at $40, $56; scowmen, at $43, $951.50, at 
$40, $40; seamen, at $40, $1,404.81, at $35, $116.66; winchmen, at $45, $616.50, at $40, 

$66 . 66 ' 5, 379 27 

Carpenters: foreman, at $4.50, $1,143, at $4, $72; at $3.50, $2,096.50, at $3, $129 3,440 50 

Board of crew: 5,526 d. at 65c, 205 d. at 57c. Paid as follows: C. F. Lewis, $3,591.90; 

men, $116.85 : 3, 708 75 

Barton Electric Welding Co., welding, 222 h. at $8 1,776 00 

Brandram-Henderson: 20 gal. linseed oil, $26; 187J gal. paint, $279.05; sundries, $5.66 310 71 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: ton duplex block, $50.40; 3-in gate valve, $14.85; sun- 
dries, $4.49 69 74 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co.: hose with couplings: 50 ft. steam, $73; 150 ft., 

4 ply water, $71 .54 144 54 

Driscoll, J. M.: asst. lumber, 5,692 1. ft., $245.98; sundries, $32.34 278 32 

Garlock Packing Co.: packing, 30-43 lb., $41 .09; sundries, $13.18 54 27 

Imperial Oil Co.: 999 lb. grease, $55.65; oil, 44 lb. cylinder, $12.54, 179£ lb. engine, $101.24, 

195 lb. royalite, $37.72; sundries, $23.22 230 37 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: removing old stack, supplying and replacing new stack, $1,544.75; 

anchor, 2,930 lb., $117.20; labour, $2,271.20; material, $818.84 4,751 99 

Marine and Fisheries Department: bearings, etc., 1,096 lb., $116.65; bushings, 1,298 lb., 
$129.80; tumbler sole plates, 2,789 lb., $292.85; castings, etc., $10.50; maintenance 

charges, $109.96 659 76 

McAvity's Wharf: wharfage, 8 m. to Nov. 30 2, 928 00 

Peacock Brothers: Hatfield's patent "era" manganese steel, bushes at 13|c, $889.48, 

dredger-pin forgings at 13|c, $2,503.47; increased freight and insurance, $112.14 3,505 09 

Splane, J. & Co.: 4 sea anchors, $24; 4 life buoys, $18; 4 boat compasses, $22; fog horn, $25; 
10 zinc plates, $48; rope, 5-in., at 38c, $254.22, at 28Jc, $960.74, sundry, $40.07; 4 
doz. signals, $32; 6 copper tanks, $89.75; 334 lb. waste, $55.44; steel wire, at 45c, 

$221.40, i in. galv. at 38c, $68.02, a in. galv. at 19c, $14.44; sundries, $214.75 2,087 83 

St. John City: water at 2|c. per 100 gal., 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1917, $153.27; meter rent, $3.26 156 53 
St. John Iron" Works: removing old bushings in 39 buckets and links, replacing new bush- 
ings, $1,960; repairing buckets, etc., $883.40 2,843 40 

Str. Nereid & Owners: towage, 3 d., $102, trip, $7 109 00 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: zinc plates at 27c, $150.39; hardware, $213.66 364 05 

Union Foundry & Machine Works: labour, $2,254.20; material, $860.67; dockage at $5 per 

d., $130; slippage at 80c per d., $412.80 3,657 67 

Williamson, J. F., foundry work, $1,219.50; Wilson, J. E., repairing pipes, etc., $178.93 1, 398 43 

Coal: 7 tons at $15.75, 572-33 tons at $7, 59-91 tons at $6.50, 13-28 tons, $185.06. Paid as 
follows: City Fuel Co., $105.08; Dominion Coal Co., $4,395.82; J. S. McGivern, 

$160.74; small payments, $29.48 4, 691 12 

Rubber belting, 310 lb., $37.20; 2 pr. blankets, $20; caretaker Vsupplies, $27.04; cartage, 
$17.50; foundry work, $35.30; 109 lb. grease, $13.62; hardware, $10.22; kitchen uten- 
sils, $22.52; laundry work, $32.09; pine mast, $30; 4 mattresses, $14; 21* lb. packing, 
$20; putting up new hoist, $20.25; repairs to plumbing, $17.55; 6 sockets, $42.34; 

8 swivels, $12.40; 14 lbs. cotton waste, $18.72; sundries, $52.30 443 05 

Dredge No. 2 ($28,767.31)— 

Contract for new boilers completed: Union Foundry & Machine Works, $10,650; less paid 

in 1916-17, page V— 213, $4,000 6, 650 00 

Master, Chas. Powell: services, 8-645 m. at $115, -8 m. at $110, 2-355 m. at $57.50, 

•2 m. at $55; outlay, $163.56 1,392 16 

Engineer, J. Retallick, y., (less Mar.) 10 m. at $115, m. at $110 1,260 00 

Mate, J. Gould, Apr. 9-Nov. 28, $543.39; acting mate, 6 d. at $3 561 39 

Wages of crew, $3,605.09; carpenters, $320.25; labourers, $30.10 3,955 44 

Carried forward 63,044 97 



v __ 184 W DITOR GENERALS REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dredge Vessels: Maritime ProvIncM— Continued. $ cts. 

Yaisseaux dragueurs: Provinces maritimes— Suit* 

, 63,044 97 

Brought forward 

Drc fe,M", ( ; r ,:';":!;^;l, ^».»**° - 5 &» 9 - 9 °; ™^ meals ' ,57J9 - Paid 2 m 4i 

u follows: ( lias. Powell, $2,»34.B4; men, $39.90 • • ■ ■ • ••• '1m m 

&& Sis m;;,x^ s is 

B^'a^HenXlon: anti-corrosive paint, 24 gal. at 82, anti-foulmg. 30 gal. at $3.50, 

48 teal paint, 175.10; sundry, $43.60 ,•■•»!: "wo 49 

Driscoll J. M.: lumber, 5,078 1. ft., $228.43; sundry, $4. . . ,. . . . . . • • • • ^2 43 

Emeraoi Wm. E., hardware, etc., $84.53; ! il enng .ton .J., lifeboat, $130. ....... 214 53 

oXp "v. A., stove, $16, sundries, $40.52; Garlojk Packing Co packing $74.68 131 20 

HndPT Ceo E • making two 18-ft. boat covers, S46.80; labour etc. $33.97. ....... 80 7/ 

Imperial OU Co.:^ oil, 13-5 gal., $28.36; gasolene, 85* gal. $29.07; marine oil, 91 gal., ^ ^ 

LanSffestate o?^adboat; awning and tarpaulin/ $47; compass; binnacle and stand', ^ ^ 

Le wif \Vm K Kcke^UOS; 280 steel bushings- on buckets; $442.40 ; freight, 

$18.16; labour, $263.75; material, $242.28. . • 2 / 4 ™ ™ 

JS»*ES^^ 17227 

Spla^fe^^ 664 86 

hardware, $355.91 109 25 

SoTFo^y&MachfneWorL;-^^^ 2 „„ m 

scow, 5 d., $125 • • ■ • ■ • • • • ' 391 30 

crew S44 8,710 gal. water, $38.55; 4 h. welding, $32- sundries, $99.04 530 Ob 

Dr 1 I g a e sSr iS°'Alco™ > "services, 8 m. to Nov.30, $915 outlay $18.77. . .. - 928 77 

Engine's! first, J. F. Cheyne, y„ $1,375, outlay, $2.19; seeond, O. Ruddock, 8-433 m. to ^ ^ ^ 

MatS'lf^N^;^^ m m 

Deckhand's' BOM 06- Bremen t^lS watchman etc.; $1,344.07: ! V. .^V. " ! ! . . X " '. 4,086 26 
Bo'ard of cret:' 3 742 d at M e c.', 26 d. .t 57c; extra meals, 20 at 20c. Paid as follows; 

Hugh Alcorn, $2,436.30; men, $14.82 ' 3 - 2 63 

Bathurst Town; water, May 14 to Nov 1, 70,530 gal c0 15 

ttn^ndeSn^ 1797 3 
khaki at $1.70, 15 gal. union at $1.75; sundry *28-42. . . . . . • •• • ■ ■■■ V ardwood $12 8.24; 

vaa™ Pn Opo • reDairine scows, etc.: bolts, etc., $109.36, d,4oU 1. it. naruwoou, ^o.«, 

IMS lb iVon, $709; 68 knees, $34; carpenters, 49 d. at $3.50; smith, 13o h. at 45c. ; ^ g? 

r h ' elP mn r?- ^foU 8™ glfaSc 88 engine oil', 83 gah at WJc.'; sundries', $24.01 . '. . '. '. 91 77 

KenTw. J & Co C ri 1 2°pr 8 bIalttt $16.'50;!2 e yd.'oil Sloth, $40; kitchen supplies, etc., ^ ^ 

MoTommy, J.' P. : . pipes and fitting's; $32.26'; range, $54; less old stoye, $10. . . . ™ 20 

Rennie Join; rcpairsto duplex pump, $9675; sundrj ' sm.thwort ^ etc ■ .M9K . .... . . . . . ■ gj 60 

fK'^'^Co^u^^f^ 

$27 14- 112 lb. waste, $20.16; 2 in to 5 m. manila rope, 1,187 lb., $338.30, sundries, ^ ^ 

-!2K^^«SaKS^ 5 119 21 

^SESBSKfS'g —9 

HSS&Sttfe to B ^S«W8« 55S 278 oo 

$44.65; sundries, $61.44 

, , „ 98,084 75 

Carried forward 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 185 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces— Continued. $ cts. 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Provinces maritimes— Suite. 

Brought forward 98,084 75 

Dredge No. 5 ($33,684.76)— 

McKenzie, Win.: services, master and captain, 7-774 m. at $120, m., $115, master, 3-226 

m. at $60; outlay, $72.50 1,313 94 

Captain, C. Hannon: services, Aug. 18 to Sept. 4, $70.19; outlay, $17.41 87 60 

Chief engineer, M. Anderson, services, 11 m. at $115, 1 m. $110 1,375 00 

Asst. engineer, E. Marden: services, Aug. 1 to Dec. 24, $286.44; outlay, $19.65 306 09 

Mates, at $85, $47.66, at $71 .50, $537.43 585 09 

Operators: B. Desmond, April 1 to June 18, $179.44; Wm. Gordon, April 1 to Dec. 24, 

7-774 in. at $82.50, m., $75; A. Macdonald, April 1 to Dec. 24, 7-774 m. at $77, m.,$70 1,564 37 

Steward, Jas. Rice, April 3 to Dec. 24, $517.77; cooks, $423.87 941 64 

Coal-heaver, $274.31, overtime, 73c; deckhands, $1,197.91; firemen, $743.37, overtime, 

$21 .28; watchmen, etc., $1,389.84; outlay of crew, $19.40 3,646 84 

Repairs to dredge: carpenters, 22 d., $88; painters, 53 d., $172.25 260 25 

Board of crew: 4, 144 d. at 65c, 42 d. at 57c Paid as follows: Wm. McKenzie, $2, 693.60; 

men, $23.94 '. . . 2,717 54 

Bell, Thos. & Co., B.C. fir, 4,500 ft. at $80; Can. Govt. Rys., freight, $112.87 472 87 

Brandram-Henderson: 100 lb. red lead, $11.75; 78 lb. paint, $143.85; 10 gal. linseed oil, 

$13; sundry, $5.60 ". 174 20 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co.: 3 dredge sleeves, $198.45; 25 ft. steam hose with 

coupling, $25 : 62 224 07 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: 3-in. throttle valve, $56.50; sundry, $3.89 60 39 

Carson, J. & Sons, dressing lumber, etc, $108.13; Carson, J. F., hardware, etc., $195.79. . 303 92 

Chisholm, Dan.: rent of land for storing pontoons, Dec. 1, 1916, to July 7, 1917 120 82 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: steel rope, 700 ft. of l|-in. at $69.04, 500 ft. of 1-in. at $47.21, 

500 ft. of |-in. at $28.95; 3 reels, $6.25 870 33 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co.: \\-m. water hose, 150 ft., $53.44; dredge sleeves, 

9 ft. suction, $515, 36 in. rubber, $198 .45; sundry, $4 . 50 771 39 

Gammon & Weir: coal at $7.10, $4,593.13, at $6.75, $2,560.28; launching, towing, etc., 

5 pontoons, $300; sundry, $9 7,462 41 

Garlock Packing Co.: packing, $55.37; less express, 55c 54 82 

Head, F., cartage, etc., $62.50; Macdonald, J. R., groceries, etc., $99.74 162 24 

Imperial Oil Co.: 405 gal. gasolene, $145.80; 383 lb. grease, $20.68; oil, 46| gal. engine, 

$28.13, sundry, $37.45 232 06 

Johns-Manville, H. W. Co., |-in. lining, 18 ft. at $4.20 75 60 

McMillan, A., smithwork, $231 .72; Powell & Christie, 147,000 gal. water, $735 966 72 

McLure, Wm., bottom coating, 10 gal. "No. 1," $25, 10 gal. "No. 2," $37.50 62 50 

Noonan & Davies: 24-7 tons coal, $104.98; freight, etc., $25.93; rent of warehouse, $75. . . . 205 91 

Pictou County Contractors' Supply Co., towage 75 00 

Pictou Foundry & Machine Co.: foundrywork: labour, at 85c, $117.73, at 80c, $1, 184 20, 

at 75c, $123.75, at 40c, $18.40, at 35c, $276.85; material, $1,295.84. 3,016 77 

Pictou Harbour Commission: wharfage, Nov. 6, 1916, to June 18, 1917 (less 12 d. on Marine 

Ry.), Nov. 8, 1917, to April 1, 1918, 356 d. at $1; wharfage on new spuds, 35 m. to 

April 1, 1918, at $2; labour, $10 436 00 

Poison Iron Works: 3 gear wheels for driving gear of agitator, $725; less small wheel, $72.. 653 00 

Splane & Co.: manila rope, 86 lb. at 37c, 755| lb. at 28|c; sundry, $5.32 252 46 

Steamer Hiawatha & Owners, towage, $130; Thorne, W. H. & Co., hardware, $94.31 224 31 

Stairs, Wm. & Morrow: 1-in. wire rope, 500 ft. at 40|c; 27 yd. canvas, $16.20 217 45 

Thompson & Sutherland: 25 gal. raw oil, $43.75; 30 gal. red paint, $99; 208 lb. waste, 

$33 .28; sundry, $14.20 190 23 

Wetmore, W. C. & Co.: 2 spark coils, plugs, etc., $22.80; 70 gal. gasolene, $31.50; sundry, 

$11-90 66 20 

Yorston, J. & J. ($3,083.68)— 

Hauling, wintering and launching 30 pontoons, $1 , 500 {\ paid ) 750 00 

Hauling dredge, $207.40; 11 lay days, $1,140.70; making spar, $66.08 1,414 18 

Preparing cradle, placing blocks, scraping, painting, etc.: foreman, 108 h., $81; labour- 
ers, etc, 1,650 h., $660; material, etc., $97.75; use of blocks, etc., $80.75 919 50 

Small payments: cartage, $16.75; 18 d. cleaning men's quarters, $27; 2 oil heaters, $11; 

40 lamps, $24.80; laundry, $62.88; making spud, $12; 4 mattresses, $10; pipes, elbows, 

etc, $20.19; plumbing, $24.33; repairs, carpenters, $24.80, electrical, $12, engine, $50.05; 

medical services, $11; spar, $25; oil tank, $16.50; 25 trips with motor boat, $40; towing 

pontoons, $20.75; kitchen utensils, $11.85; sundry, $30.15 451 05 

Dredge No. 6 ($5,650.41)— 

Captain, Chas. Campbell: services, Oct. 26 to Nov. 6, $47.22; outlay, floating scow, $40, 

sundry $15.70 102 92 

Aucoin, Wm. & Son, 2 y. storage of coal 50 00 

Musgrave, Robt., storage, 2 y. to Dec. 3, 1917, at $60 120 00 

Stella Maris Steamship Co.: raising scow at Whitehead and delivering same at Haulover 

Beach 2,400 00 

Tug F. W. Roebling: services of tugs Togo and F. W. Roebling towing dredge and 2 scows 

from Lunenburg, 18-229 d. at $150; use of towing hawser, $100 2,834 37 

Carried forward 137, 276 80 



v 186 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 19-17-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces— Continued. $ cts. 
Vaisscaux dragueurs: Provinces Marltimes— Suite. 

Brought forward 137 ' 276 80 

Dredge No. 6 — Continued. ^ Ats - A7 . 7 

\vVbber A. A. & Son: pump, $18; hardware, etc., $49.47..... . ... • • .-•- 67 47 

Small payments: labour, $11.34; pumping scow, $24; putting up scow for winter, $20; 

sundry, $20.31 75 b5 

DTO feS;iVS!tS l Jan 5 fc F, M. Dexter, April 1 to Dec. 15, $881.10, outlay $39.35; C. F. 

Lewis, Dec. 13 to Jan. 31, $169.35, outlay, $68.50.. .. .... . . . .. . _- • ■ ■ • • • • 1. 158 30 

Engineers 110948 m. at $100, -965 rn. at $90, 1 d ..$1.67. Paid as follows: F. B. Bur- 

rows $837 05- M. Collins, $261 .28; J. Retalhck, $100 . • 1, 198 33 

Chandler". J T services April 3 to Mar. 31: mate, 9 m. at $71 .50, -9324 m. at $65; watchman, ^ ^ 

Deckh^dt $ $6^ etc: > $1-203.37, 

overtime, $16.74; winchmen, $829.20; watchmen, etc., $1,086.39. . . . 5, lib id 

Board of crew? 4. 306 d. at 65c., 237 d. at 57c ; extra meals 13 at 25c. Paid as follows: 

E. M. Dexter, $1,779.70; C. F. Lewis, $366.60; men $790.94. . . . ... . . . . ... . .__■■_ 2,937 24 

Brandram-Henderson: 60 gal. anti-corrosive paint, $120, 40 gal. anti-fouhng, $140, 77-66 

gal. linseed oil, $100.97; paint, etc $373 44 'jg *J 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., ton chain block • . • • ■■ ■ •■•••••■ lM '° 

Cann Hugh & Son: services, tug Hugh D towing 2 scows from Liverpool to Yarmouth, 

$350; services S.S. Bruce Cann, 5 h., $40. .... *™ pn 

Etherington. John: 18-ft. life boat, $250; freight, $4. ^J ™ 

Garlock Packing Co.: 77* lb. packing $73 .50 ; sundry $6 . 61 . „ g 11 

Henderson & Inness, hardware, etc., $91 77; ; Mil ard . J., wharfage, $o0 141 77 

Killam Bros., coal, at $8.75, $263.59, at $8.50, $171.19; water, etc., $15.92 450 70 

Liverpool Marine Ry. Co. ($1,626.80)— . . - 

Re 2 scows: dockage, etc., $100; 16 lay days, $160; painting and scraping, $335; sundry ^ ^ 

Re 232 P tons: blocking ways', $225;' dockage,' etc'.,' $46. 40; 12 iay' days,' $278 .'40;' painting ^ ^ 

Shelburn^ShlS $76'. 83 -hardware; iVAV.V.: YY.Y.YYYYY 80 25 

"^Towage' 1 June to iiW £^$40, 56 h. at $4; wharfage, 118 d, at 50c. 6, 563 00 

CoTat $7.50, $4,177.50; water at |c. per gal., $117.50; repairing wood on guards, ^^ ^ 

Splane, J $ !&Co'.:' 1 6 life 'belt's, $30 .'40;' 7 boiler plates,' $33'.60; manila rope, 46 lb. at 29|c, 

2 183 lb. at 2Shc; sundries, $55.81 ■ • ■ • • •- • •■ • Wn j' : ' ' '«o7fic' ' ms ^a 

Stairs, Wm., Son & Morrow: 6 zinc plates, $28 .86; 208 lb. waste $41^60; sundries, $37.68. . 108 14 

Wigglesworth, Chas.: lights, set side, $25. reding $14; repairs ^ etc •• ^.90. . . . .. . 85 90 

Foundry and machine work: New Burrell-Johnson Iron Co $886.63; TW. Quinn, $97.88, 

Thnmnson Bros $1 958- W. G. Utley, $142.82; A. E. Young, $617.30 6,WZ od 

Oil,^^^ ^fl^^tf ^ ht ' $522 ' ^ lfl5 86 

as follows: Imperial Oil Co., $85.45; Imperial Oil, Ltd., $80.41. . ....... . . . . . • • ■ ■ • •■ • ™ *° 

Blankets, 6 pr., $18; caretaker's supplies, $53.37; cartage, $21.50; steam hose, 25 ft $24 20 
laundry, $38.36; valve mould, $10; outlay of crew $32.77; repairs to boat, $12.50, 
services of pilot, 5 d., $20; storage of boats, $24; rubber valves, 9 lb., $9; 2,800 gal. 

water, $28; wharfage, $35; sundries, $64.35 ^^ 

Dre c| 6 pt^^^ 7 " 451 m ' at S10 °' , 016 50 

3-547 m. at $50, \ m., $47.50; overtime, $4.90; outlay, $41.53 . ....... • • •■ rq i nw 55 

Engineer, J. McCarron; services, y., $1,015, overtime, $12.66; outlay, $29.89 1.057 55 

Wages of crew, $3, 519.10; labourers, etc., S94 99; outlay of crew $28. 4o . . . . 3, 642 54 

Board of crew, J. N. McDonald: April, 117 d., $45.56, May to Dec, 2,900| d., $1,885.39, ^ 

8 extra meals, $1.91; overpaid, $100 . . . • •_ ■ ■ • • • ■ •.• • ■ • • •••:••••,"• " * 7n W 7 ' 

Brace, McKay & Co.: 12 gaskets $25.20; packing, 56-05 lb.. Piston a„d v a We $71 .07 

38\ lb. rubber, $42.35, 26 lb. flax, $11.70; manilla rope, 445 lb. at 28c, 1,491 lb. at 

27c; 8 valves, $27.20; sundry, $1.92... . . ..... . . . .... ■ • ■, • • •••••• •• • • • "g °f 

Brandram-Henderson, paint, etc, $158.51; Tug ' Wm. Aitken, towage $270 . . .^ 428 51 

Bruce Stewart & Co.: foundry work, $505.05; diagonal rack ram, $ WO, sundry $139.72 944 U 
Buntain, Bell & Co.: coal, 44-693 ton at $8.35, 353 ton run of mine at $4.50, 7-59 ton $78.70, 

35 bags, $5.25; freight, etc., $30.67 • ■ • • : • • • ■■•••• q « R? 

Dutney, Capt.: freight on coal, 353 ton $941.79; less advance on lading, $22.94 918 85 

Matthew & McLean: caretaker's supplies, $39.69; sundries $37.80 ' ' »» 

McGowan, M. C: bedding, etc., $77.31; hardware, etc.. $24.34 5 13 6 00 

McKinnon, M.: services of S.S. Pekin, May to Nov., 160V d 109 57 

P.E. Island, Provincial Government: 1,865 .ft. .hard pine. • • • - • • • • • • ; _• • 

Poole & Thompson: \\" cable, 325 ft. at $97.40; steel wire rope, 550 ft. spud at $83.50, 

375 ft. capstan at $32.10; sundries, $143.77 .,, . • . • • • • . . • • • • ■ • • • ■ ■ • ■ -.- • ■ • • • ■ • ■ ■ l ' V6 " yo 

Oil, 86 gal. engine, $52.03; 4 brl. royalite, $35.91; sundries, $23 14; less freight, etc, 

$4.70. Paid as follows: Imperial Oil Co., $62.74; Imperial Oil Ltd., $43.64 lut) 6 * 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 187 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces— Continued. $ cts. 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Provinces maritimes— Suite. 

Brought forward 188, 153 84 

Dredge Xo. 9 — Continued. 

Life-belts, 13 for $24.70; 830 ft. fender, $21.90; labour, $12.60; laundry, $29.25; 195 ft. 
black pipe, $20.48; 6 zinc plates, $28.80; 12 life-preservers, $8; force pump, $8.50; 
smithwork, $26.40; staking dumping ground, $34.40; 106 lb. cotton waste, $19.08; 

water, 3 m., $15, 7,500 gal., $9; sundries, $94.73 352 84 

Dredge No. 10 ($3,613.52)— 

Martin, M. N.: captain, April 1 to 18, $28.50; foreman, June, July, Oct., Nov., 47| d., 

$183 211 50 

Watchman, F. C. Batt, 5 m. at $60,^7 m. at $50 650 00 

Carpenters, labourers, etc 829 85 

Bruce Stewart & Co.: foundry work, $508.52; hardware, etc., $284.89; rent of Warehouse, 

2 y. to Dec. 1917, $96; storage, 2 y. to Dec, 1917, $24 913 41 

Buntain, Bell & Co.: 11-19 tons coal, $89.63; wood, $1.25 90 88 

Foster, G. H., smithwork, $73.11; Maritime Bridge Co., 1,836 lb. angles, $96.39 169 50 

Peake Dockyard Co.: quarters for dredge, scow, etc., y. to Dec. 31, 1917, $202; storage, 

etc., $69 271 00 

P.E. Island, Provincial Government: creosoted piling, 196 ft. at 60c 117 60 

Lumber, 6,593 ft., $131-68, sundry sawing, etc., $78.83; 6 pes. timber, $64. Paid as 

follows: McPherson, J. A., $138.79, N. J., $64.66; small payments, $71.24 274 69 

Freight, $15.90; 3 brl. royalite, $23.56; teamhire, 3 d. at $3.50; use of gear, etc., 9d., 

$13.50; sundry, $21.63 85 

Dredge No. 11 ($10,349.68)— 

Captain and engineer, M. A. McLeod: services, y., $1, 195; outlay, $38.67 1,233 67 

Cranesman, S. Des Roche: services, 7-056 m. to Nov. 24, $353-33; outlay, $4.45 357 78 

Watchman, M. Christopher: services, 6-8 m. to Nov. 24, $272; outlay, $5.50 277 50 

Deckhands, $355.65; firemen, $389.14; scowmen, etc., $1,090.39; carpenters, etc., $223.96; 

outlay of crew, $94.55 2, 153 69 

Board of crew, J. N. McDonald, April to Nov 1,250 95 

Brace, McKay & Co.: 930 lb. manilla rope, $251.55; packing, etc., $32.26 283 81 

Brandram-Henderson, paint, etc., $84.27; Bruce Stewart & Co., foundry work, $869.26... 953 53 

Campbell Steel and Iron Works, Ltd.: l'| yd. dipper dredge, $728; freight, $21.76 749 76 

Imperial Oil Co.: oil, 43^ gal. engine, $26.32, 131| gal. royalite, $25.96; sundry, $7.70; 

less freight, $1.78 58, 20 

Paynter, M. M.: truckage, $32.67; caretaker's supplies, etc., $81.79 \ . .. 114 46 

Poole & Thompson: l|-in. steel wire, 250 ft. at 97-5c 243 75 

Rogers Hardware Co.: |-in. iron, 440 lbs. at 5c; steel rope, 550 ft. of 1-in., $259.66, 300 

it.oi 1-in., $136.14; sundry hardware, etc., $97.78 515 58 

Tug William. Atkin: transporting dredge and plant from Rustico to Alberton, 5 days 525 00 

Coal, 75| ton run of mine, $339.75, 83-081 ton, $706.84; freight, etc, $323-24. Paid as 

follows: Buntain Bell & Co., $766.87; Jos. Gallant, $211.44; E. C. LePage, $391.52. . . 1,369 83 
Bedding, $12.25; hauling 36 puncheons water, $18; laundry, $26.83; 16 yd. linoleum, $20; 
38 ft. anchor post, $42; putting in pump and supplying water, $30.50; smithwork, $15.65; 

tripjx) Charlotte town, $10; sundries, $86.94 262 1 7 

Dredge No. 12 ($1,432.01)— 

Captain and watchman, C. Hannon: services, y. (less Aug. 18 to 31), $637.59; outlay, 

$15.50 653 09 

Watchman at $50. 35 76 

Mitchell, J. D.: hauling and towing pontoons, $100; storage, seasons, 1915 to 1918, $100 200 00 

Rowan, J. J.: wharfage, on dredge, 16 m. to Mar. 31, 1918, $180, on 3 pontoons, Aug. $15.. . . 495 00 

Gasoline, 46 gal. at 34c; outlay, $18.65; sundries, $13.87 48 16 

Dredge No. 13 ($21,647.57)— 

Captain, D. H. McQuarrie: services, 11 m. at $120, m., $115, overtime, $12.85; outlay, 

$125.15 1,573 00 

Cranesman, N. Cousins: services, 6-891 m. at $71.50, m., $65, overtime, $8.73; outlay, 

$16.80 583 34 

Leverman, O. McFadden: services, 7-311 m. at $71.50, m., $65, overtime, $8.73; outlay, 

$10.05 606 58 

Cook, $364; deckhands, $798.25; scowmen, $634.57; watchman, etc., $886.14; outlay, 

• $55.15 2,738 11 

Board of crew: 2,621f d. at 65c, 12 d. at 57c; extra meals, $3.77. Paid as follows: 

Capt. D. H. McQuarrie, $1,690.30; men, $24.39 1,714 69 

Bell & Co., Thos.: creosoted lumber, 6,644 ft. at $73; less freight, $159.80 325 21 

Brandram-Henderson: paint, 26 gal. at $1.75, 35 gal. at $1.70, 25 gal. at $1.35, 32 gal. 

for $54.75; sundries, $14.81 ■ 208 31 

Canadian Govt. Rys., freight, $159.80; Carson, J. & Sons, lumber, etc, $64.77 224 57 

Carson, J. F., hardware, etc, $102.83; Etherington, J., life boat, $130 232 83 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: plow steel rope, 350 ft. of lf-in., $394.87, 210 ft. of H-in., 

$144.98, 280 ft. of 1-in., $129.55; 3 reels, $5.40 674 80 

MacDonald, B. G.: loading coal, $24; 87,900 gal. water, $659.25; sundries, $30.60 713 85 

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V— 188 W DITOR CENTRAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces— Continued. $ cts. 

Yaisseaux dragucurs: Provinces maritimes— Suite. 

Brought forward 213,497 18 

Dredge No. 13 (121, §47.67)— Concluded. 

Marquis, G. R.: hauling and unloading coal, etc., 358*01 ton, $153.99, 30 loads, $8.50; 

sundries,, $7.62 170 11 

McMillan, Alex., Bmithwork 85 95 

Miramichi Foundry and Machine Works: 39 bags cement, $33.15; 90| ton coal, $644.38; 
hauling out launch, ^2:y, Laying up scow for winter, launching, etc., $88.38; overhauling 
dredge bucket, etc., $208.70; 15 d. slippage, $75; foundry work, etc., $1,339.38 2,413 99 

Northern Dredging and Construction Co.: services, tug Fred L. M. Paint, Sept. 26 to 

Nov. 2, 1917. 33 d 1,320 00 

Splane & Co., J.: 12 life-belts, $22.80; duck, 107 yd. No. 4 $95.23, 58 yd. 10 oz. $26.10; 
fog-horn, $25; 815J- lb. manilla rope, $232.42; copper air-tanks, 7 from pattern, $109, 
6 for $81 ; hardware, etc., $223.24 814 79 

VTorston, J. & J. ($1,880.59)— 

Hauling, launching and use of winter berth 1,060 00 

Repairs: foreman, 200 h. at 75c; labourers, 1,178 h. at 40c; material, etc., $199.39. 820 59 

( m.iI. 39-257 ton at 80.25, 384-75 ton at $5; freight, $1,091.44; sundry, $2. Paid as follows: 
A. C. Branch & Co., $2,098.28; Dominion Coal Co., $900.22; Gammon & Weir, 
$245.36; small payments, $20.69 3, 262 55 

Foundry, machine work, etc., $1,541.11; less freight, $5.89. Paid as follows: Canadian 
Steel Foundries, $293.05; Union Foundry and Machine Co., $1,012.21; A. R. Williams 
Machinery Co., $129.41; J. F. Williamson, $93.10; small payment, $7.45 1,535 22 

Oil, 90 gal. engine, $54.45, 48-5 gal. royalite, $18.65; sundry, $34.66; less freight, $1.08. 

Paid as follows; Imperial Oil Co., $57.12; Imperial Oil Ltd., $49.56 106 68 

Cartage, $16.25; 18 ft. boat cover, $18.90; hardware, $87.12; 8 d. labour, $32; laundry, 
$11.01; 15 gal. linseed oil, $17.25; packing, $23.68; 150 lb. paint, $16.50; repairs, to 
instruments, $10.25, to range, $14.48; smithwork, $16.76; storage, $12.50; , caretaker's 
supplies, $56.22; brass tee, $12.75; towage, $15; 104 lb. waste, $18.72; 2,400 gal. water, 

$12; wharfage, $35; sundries, $36.01 462 40 

Dredge No. 14 ($652.92)— 

Watchman, J. Fortune, services, 1 -258 m. at $50 62 89 

Watchman, C. W. Roach: services, 5-741 m. at $50, 5 m. at $60; outlay, $2.95 590 03 

Dredge No. 15 ($8,642.43)— 

Captain, Stanley Rawding: services, Dec. 3, 1916 to Feb. 28, 1918, 3 m. at $60, 7 m. at 

$40, 104 d. at $4.50, overtime 20 h. at 45c (overpaid, Dec. 3 to Dec 9, 1916 at $40).. 937 00 

Foreman, S. Naugler: services, June 28 to Nov. 30, 1917, $476; rent of tow boat, 131 d., $655; 

helpers, 140 h., $31; hardware, etc, $29.19 1,191 19 

Engineer, R. Ross: services, July 1 to Nov. 30, 1917 393 00 

Labourers, at $2.50, $415.25, at $2, $657; boatmen, etc, $116.07 1,188 32 

Hopkins, F. H. & Co.: 9 c ft. orange peel bucket 770 00 

Zwicker, A. C: building 2 hopper scows 3,000 00 

Gasolene, 1,078-9 gal. at 36c, 220 gal., $84.95; hardware, $60.13, rope, 250 lb. wire at 32-9c, 
426f lb. $147.87; smithwork, $18.80; towage, $315; wharfage, $20; sundries, $45.52. 
Paid as follows: A. V. Conrad, $54.60; Le Havre Steamship Co., $250; G. W. Nass, 

$65; Oxner & Hennigar, $272.31; Ritcey Bros., $355.19; small payments, $165.82 1, 162 92 

Tug Canso ($10,943.72)— ' „ _ 

Captain, J. A. Williams: services, July 27 to Dec. 25, $471.90; outlay, $21.11 493 01 

Captain and engineer, Chas. Campbell: services, $144.32; outlay, $37.69 182 01 

Engineers: H. Bostwick, April 1 to 24, July 5 to Dec. 25, $503.87; W. Curry, Aug. 6 to Dec. 

21, $301.92 805 79 

Deckhands at $40, $535.19; mate at $55, $273.24; steward, watchman, etc, $1,054.40; 

outlay, $74.35 • • ;• ■ „ X - 937 18 

Board of crew: 1,672 d. at 65c; 20 d. at 57c; extra meals, $244.81. Paid as follows: 

W. J. Ward, $68.25; J. A. Williams, $1,263.36; men, $11.40 ., . 1,343 01 

Brandram-Henderson: 15 gal. anticorrosive, $30.25; 10 gal. antifouling, $35; paint, 

32 gal. union, $52, sundry, $19.60; sundries, $26.35 163 20 

Brister, Chas. & Son: 2 davits, 1,600 lb 112 00 

Davis, J. F.: 112J ton coal, $1,038.32; 14,000 gal. water, $70; sundries, $56.21 1,164 53 

Etherington, J., life-boat, $130; Whitzman, M., 16 zinc plates, 250 lb., $67.50 197 50 

Miller, Roger & Co.: 13-355 ton coal, $86.80; repairs, etc., $83.47 170 27 

Miramichi Foundry & Machine Works: coal, 25$ ton; $220.94; 3, 000 gal. water, $15; sundry, 

§3 20 239 14 

Pictou Foundry & Machine Co.: foundry work _• • • 687 21 

Splane, J. & Co.: 2 sea anchors, $11; 4 galv. blocks, $14; 2 compasses, $10; 3 yd. ensign, 
$10; fog horn, $23; lights, $65; 10 ft. oars, 10 at $1; 39 lb. manilla rope, $14.63; sun- 
dries, $74.86 232 49 

Wilson, J. E.: 6 copper tanks, material, $64.80, labour, $16.30 81 10 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 189 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces — Continued. '$ cts.' 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Provinces maritimes— Suite. 

Brought forward 242, 653 25 

Yorston, J. &. J. ($860.60)— 

Hauling vessel, 542 ton, $108 .40; 12 lay days, $325 .20 433 60 

Scraping, painting, etc.: foreman', 63 h., $47.25; labourers, 629 h., $294.50; material, 

etc., $85.25 427 00 

Coal: at $9 25, $185; at $8.50, $267.79; at $8.45, $818.04; at $8.35-, $196.89; at $8.60, $104; 

at $5.60, $206.08; at $5.35, $103.79; loading, etc., $48.17. Paid as follows: Buntain 

Bell & Co., $203.94; Canadian Import Co., $818.04; A. T. Carter, $187; Noonan & 

Davies, $321.11; Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co., $104; A. N. Whitman & Son, $295.67 1,929 76 
Bedding, $17.75; 11 life belts, $20.90; caretaker's supplies, $41.43; 18 ft. boat cover, $23.40; 

hardware, $32.99; laundrv, $9.83; oil, 46 gal. engine, $27.83, 40 gal., $9.60; packing, 

28-93 lb. at $1.35, sundrv, $7.35; 735 ft, spruce, $11.30; unloading coal, $25.80; 23,375 

gal. water, $51.87; sundries, $25.80 344 92 

Tug Frederitfon ($8,806.93)— 

Master, G. H. Perry: services, April 1 to Jan. 15, $801.13, overtime, $5.80; outlay, $67.15 874 08 

Master, Dav. Reid: services, Jan. 16 to Mar. 31, $213.87; outlay, $15.03 228 90 

Engineers: Wm. Wallace, services, April 18 to Dec. 24, Jan. 21 to Mar. 31, $895.63, 

overtime, $5.80; sundry services, $142.43; outlay, $62.25 1, 106 11 

Deckhands, $893.56; firemen,. $1,081.63; steward, $515, outlay, $59.15 2,549 34 

Board of crew: 2,447 meals at 65c, 27 extra meals, $6.63. Paid as follows: G. H. Perry, 

$1,382.03; Dav. Reid, $215.15 1,597 18 

Brandram-Henderson: 150 lb. lead, $17.75; 15 gal. linseed oil, $19.50; paint, etc., $119.75; 

overpaid, $6 163 00 

Splane, J. & Co.: 7 life belts, $13.30; fog horn, $25; lights, 4 red, $26, 2 life buoys, $9; 6 

zinc plates, 120 lb., $28.80; 6 in. manila rone, 951 lb., $342.36; sundries, $102.20 546 66 

Whitzman, M.: 14 zinc plates, 220 lb. at 27c 59 40 

Coal, 69-54 ton at $8.75, 15-795 ton at $8.50, 4-985 ton at $8.35, 7 ton at $8, 15 ton at $7.50, 

33§ ton at $6.50; 22,023 gal water, $88.18; cartage, $3.75. Paid as follows: L. E. 

Baker & Co., $179.82; Town of Bathurst, $52.65; B. M. Giffin & Son, $56; Inverness 

Ry. & Coal Co., $217.75; Killam Bros., $434.98; Liverpool Coal& Supply Co., $134.26; 

Southern Salvage Co., $116.25; small payments, $70.42 1,262 13 

Building chart table, &c, $28.92; cartage, $9; 44 gal. coal oil, $9.24; dockage, $14.25; 

foundry and machine work, $31.57; hardware, $72.60; making ash bucket, $12; oil, 

86 gal. engine, $52.03, 90 gal. royalite, $17.70, sundry, $1.43; 27-56 lb. packing, $20.69; . 

piloting steamer from Liverpool to Yarmouth, $25; repairs to instruments, $30; smith- 

Avork, $25.37; caretaker's supplies, $32.70; 100 lb. waste, $17.75; sundries, $19.88. 420 13 

Tug Helena ($12, 057. 01)— 

Captain, Dav. Reid: April 1 to Jan. 15, 6-6327 m. at $95, m. at $90, 1-483 m. at $47.50. . 790 66 

First engineer, J. Thorne: April 1 to Nov. 19, 6-6327 m. at $95, m. $90 720 16 

Second engineer. R. Dalzell: April 10 to Nov. 19, 6-6327 m. at $65, -7 m. at $60 473 16 

Steward, J. Hughes: April 2 to Nov. 19, 6-6327 m. at $50, -9657 m. at $45 375 16 

Deckhands, firemen, etc*., $2, 185.42; carpenters, $23 2,208 42 

Board of crew: 2,350 d. at 65c, 83 d. at 57c Paid as follows: Dav. Reid, $1,527.50; 

men, $47.31 1,574 81 

Barton Electric Welding Co. : 109 h. welding 872 00 

Brandram-Henderson: 9 gal. anticorrosive, $18; 12 gal. linseed oil, $15.60; 53f gal. paint, 

-S93.10; sundry, $19.43 146 13 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: 4 boiler glasses, $33.40; test pump, $50; sundries, $5.45 88 85 

Imperial Oil Co.: coal oil, 47 gal. $9.87; oil, 132£ gal. engine, $80.16, 91| gal. royalite, $19.21 109 24 

Northern Dredging & Construction Co.: rope fender 100 00 

Splane, J. & Co.: manila rope, 240 lb. at 33|c, 365 lb. at 28|c, 32 lb. for $11.06; hardware, 

etc., $355.22 550 71 

Stephenson, E. S. & Co.: fitting out mast head and switch board with lamps: labour, 

53 h. at 50c; switch-board volt-meter, $32; sundries, $28.09 86 59 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: hardware, etc 198 84 

Coal: 414-096 ton at $7, 2 ton stove, $31.25. Paid as follows; Dominion Coal Co., 

$2,898.75; small payments, $31.25 2,930 00 

Foundry and machine work, $638.31. Paid as follows: Wm. Lewis & Son, $504.85; J. F. 

Williamson, $80.28; small payments, $53.18 638 31 

Lifebelts, 11 for $20. 90; 18 ft. boat cover, $18.90; laundry, $17.58; 255 1. ft. lumber, $16; 

41-125 lb. packing, $44.46; repairs to 2 copper pipes, $44.45; caretaker's supplies, 

$13.93; sundries, $17.75 193 97 

Tug Lisgar ($12,044.26)— 

Captain and pilot, S. Belanger: services, 7 m. at $95, m. $81, 4 m. at $47.50; outlay, $57. 16 993 16 

Chief engineer, H. E. Berry: services, 11-633 m. to Mar. 31, $1, 102; outlay, $24.34 1, 126 34 

Mate, T. H. Boudrault: services, 5-799 m. to Nov. 30, at $75; outlay, $18.85 453 85 

Cook, 7-7326 m., $383; engineers, 7-718 m., $502; firemen, etc., $2,044.44; outlay of crew, 

$94-55 3,023 99 

Board of crew; ^,433 d. at 65c; extra meals, 39 at 25c, 90 at 22c Paid as follows: Capt 

S. Belanger, $1,590.85; men, $20.15 1,611 00 

Assistant superintendent of pilotage: pilotage dues 60 50 

Carried forward '. 273, 921 31 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces— Continued. S cts. 

Yaisseaiix dragueurs: Provinces maritimes— Suite. 

. 273,92131 

Brought forward 

Tm i£S^M& S : 24 gal. anticorrosive ^^^^^^-gi g ^ 313 19 

FoXS; ThosTX Co.: making covers for skylight, winch hawser and windlass, labour, ^ ^ 

GaSSo!:S g ; 76^875 lb." hfeh pressure; $102.35; sundry; $31.14. '. . . ! ! ! '. ! 133 49 

Halifax Gra^S [DoVco.: ut of railway hauling 210 ton, $42; 5 lay days, $131.25; sun- ^ ^ 

Imperii Oil 4 Co.Vo^ IS 00 

Lahev Jas. F.: scraping wire brushing, painting shell, etc., 3 coats. ... . . . . . . . . . • ;• • 

ffi t & Co • 12 life belts, $22.80; 2 life buoys, $16.50; 2 doz. red lights $16; 13 zinc 
P plates 261 lb., , S62 64; manila rope, 1,670 lb. at 28* c, 22 lb. at 30c; lit lb. waste, ^ ^ 

StaS? W 8 m.! U Son& "Morrow:" 1* fa-ta. wire rope at 22c! per ft. ','$100 J 10; hardware,' etc^ ^ ^ 

Webbw,' A." A. '&' Son:* dockage,' Feb.' 11 to" April' 18,' ' 65 d.'at' $1.50;' repairs to boiler, 

etc., labour, $273.75, material, $140.21 ° 54 00 

5KS?id^^ 49438 

CoaS^een^^ 

32 ton at $6.50; loading, etc., $17.80. Paid as follows: Canadian Import Co $444 47, 

A T Carter, $238.10; Dominion Coal Co., $221; Inverness Ry. & Coal Co., $208, ^ ^ 

WalJI^^^TSS "^. «? l^afmllows; BathursV Town," i** Peter ' ^ 

towage $14; kitchen utensils, $18.56; 208 lb. waste, $36.40; laundry work, $45.08, 
sundries, $49.99 . 

Tug Mabel Reid ($6,303.11) — „„+i„„ «a on 107 15 

Walter, J. G.: services, captain, Apr., $56.25; labour 14 d $42; outlay, $8.90 "" ig 

Master R R McLellan: 6 m. to Oct. 31 at $80; outlay, $12.90. .................... y •••• 4 ^ yu 

Engineers:' B. Han'on, 5-774 m. to Oct. 31 at $80; R. Jones, 1-226 m. to May 7 at $75; ^ ^ 

outlay, $4.20 , '••••"" "A 270 47 

Cook, Apr. 23 to Oct. 30 (less July 19 to 24) . . _ 62 34 

Deckhands, firemen, etc., $548.44; outlay, $13.90. . ™ * 

Carpenters: foreman, 16 d., $73.50; sundry, 31 d., $104. .•••••■•••■• v ■ • ■ ; ; • • •; • ■ • • • p V." 
Board of crew: 908 d. at 65c, 51 d. at 57c; extra meals, 97c Paid as follows. R. R. 

McLellan, $570.37; J. G. Walter, $20.80; men, $29.07 6.0 24 

Brandram-Henderson: 28J gal. paint, $52 04; sundries, $12 74 

Dominion Coal Co.: coal, 122-307 ton at $7, 4-02 ton at $6.50. ȣ JJ 

Driscoll, J. M.. lumber, etc., $56.50; Thome, W H. & Co^, hardware et ,c. , $56 94 1U 44 

Maritime Dredging & Construction Co.: rent of blocks, Mar. 7 to 30, 24 d. at $5 . uv w 

Sptane J & Co : manilla rope, 666 lb. of 5 in. at 28Jc. t 38* lb. for $14.60; 2 mast-head ^ ^ 

lights, $25; sundry hardware, etc, $133.73 . • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • •••■ ■■ 

Foundry and machine work, $1,605.31. Paid as follows: Wm. Lewis & Son, $94.46, 

Union Foundry & Machine Works, $1,502.27; small payments, $8.58 . . . • • • • • • L «*> 6l 

Bedding $21.49? 4 Y d. caulking, $16; 4 ton coal, $34; 18 i ft. boat cover $18.90; hardware 

$40 31; 4 mattresses, $14; oil, $15.18; packing, 35* lb. at 90c, 23 lb. at 55c., 5 lb. for 

$2.53; plumbing repairs, $48.56; 510 lb. rope, $30.60; caretakers supplies, $13.72, 

wharfage, $26.35; sundries, $39.21 5 

TUg BeTyei $ R 5 J.^tain and watchman: services, y., $801.41; board of crew, 1,311 d. at 65c;. ^ ^ 

EngSe^'ff m. ai $757 -'2664 m.at $70;' F/Batt ,$9,347 F. Payne! '&&'. '•' ■'■ '■■■■ ■ • • • • ' '«« 68 

Deckhands, firemen, etc., $1,167.36; outlay, $9.40 L '^ J° 

Carpenters, labourers, etc •■•/•.; ;v ' ' *;x Y ft 275 12 

Brace-McKay & Co.: 859 lb. manila rope, $234.63; sundries, $40.49 . .. . . •• ■ • ■ • • ■ ■ • ■ •••.••• z '° M 

Brandram-Henderson: paint, 14 gal. at $1.75, 15 gal. khaki at $1.70, 14 gal. $2o. 45; sundries, ^ ^ 

Bruce Stewart & Co.: foundry work,' $274.97; sundry hardware, etc., $365.85 640 82 

Peake Dockyard Co.: blocking, $10; winter quarters, 1916, $40 ...... . . . . . . • • • • • • • • • • 

Coal, 111 ton, $679.03; freight on coal from Port Hastings to RH stlc ^ 2 „ 24 r *on at $3, 
water $66 85. Paid as follows: F. Blacquere, $57.50; Buntain, Bell & Co., $y».y^, 
H M Davidson, $346.45; Jos. Gallant, $77.49; C. LePage, $340.03; small payments, 
$42.20 

~ . -., , 291,060 67 

Carried forward 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 191 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: Maritime Provinces— Concluded. $ cts. 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Provinces Maritimes — Fin. 

Brought forward 291,060 67 

Tug Rona — Concluded. 

Lifebelts, 6 for $11.40; cartage, $11.34; dressing lumber, $13.80; hardware, $32.70; hauling 

gear, etc., 10 d. at $3.50; 50 ft. 4 ply hose, $15.61; 2 red lights, $13; locating and staking 

dumping ground, $15.60; lumber, $55.30; making 4 tanks, $12; oil, 48 gal. engine, 

$47.75, 97-8 gal. royalite, $19.78; smithwork, $16.10; caretaker's supplies, $30.38; 

kitchen utensils, $16.47; 7f lb. air valves, $11.16; 103 lb. waste, $18.54; sundries, $77.47 453 40 

Tug Sogenada ($8,773.15)— 

Captain, W. A. Keating: services, 3-29 m. to July 9, $288.27; outlay, $23.69 311 96 

Captain, H. N. Peatman: services, 8-742 m. to Mar., $606.77; outlay, $14.40 621 17 

Engineers, at $90, $937.74, at $85, $19.74; cook, $315.60; deckhands, etc., $1,239.53; outlay 

of crew, $72.94 2,585 55 

Board of crew: 1,463 d. at 65c; 38 extra meals, $9.50. Paid as follows: W. A. Keating, 

$331; H. N. Peatman, $629.45 960 45 

Brandram-Henderson: 10 gal. anti-corrosive paint, $17.64, 10 gal. anti-fouling, $30.87; 

60 gal. paint, $105.76; sundries, $18.94 173 21 

Brister, Chas. & Son, 4 davits, 2,200 lb. at 7c 154 00 

Carson, J. & Sons: labour, 16 d. at $5; lumber, etc., $76.16 156 16 

Carson, J. F., hardware, etc., $83.80; Stairs, Wm., Son & Morrow, 14 zinc plates, $64.74.. . . 148 54 

Gallop, W. A.: cutting out and refitting bulkhead, $75; machine work, etc., $80.93 155 93 

Imperial Oil Co.: oil, 130 gal. engine, $78.67, 47-8 gal. royalite, $10.04; sundry, $11.12; less 

freight, $1.08 98 75 

Miramichi Foundry & Machine Works': 16 ton coal, $120; foundry work, etc., $34.16 154 16 

Pictou Foundry & Machine Co. : foundry work, etc 493 05 

Pictou Harbour Commission: wharfage, 210 d. at 50c 105 00 

Splane, J. & Co.: fog horn, $25; 2 red lights, $13; 13 zinc plates, 240 lb. at 24c; range, $30; 

rope, 36 lb. hemp at 41c, 1,918 lb. at 33§c, sundries, $70.81 853 70 

Union Foundry & Machine Works: 7 ft. propellor 120 00 

Wallace, Jas.: 5 ton coal, $42; putting guards on boat, $150; sundry labour, etc., $50 242 00 

Yorston, J. & J., hauling vessel, $18.60; 5 lay days, $75; painting, scraping, etc., $113.30; 

painting name on vessel, 30 letters, $12 218 90 

Coal: at $8.35, $16.70; at $8, $160; at $7.75, $76.77; at $5.35, $70.62; at $5, $156.50; at $4.90, 

$161.21; freight, etc., $43.33. Paid as follows: Bathurst Lumber Co., $76.77; Noonan 

& Davies, $234.47; R. K. Shives, $357.19; small payments, $16.70 685 13 

Water, 27,682 gal., $106.41. Paid as follows: Bathurst Town, $55.96; sundry, $50.45... 106 41 

Adjusting compass, $25; 7 life belts, $13.30; carpentry, 35 h., $15.75; 18 ft. boat cover, 

$23.40; foundry and machine work, $57.46; emery grinder, $8; doz. cylinder bar 

magnets, $14.40; making copper pipe, $35; packing, 28-44 lb. for $35.37, sundry, $11.11; 

repairs to boiler, 36 h. at 25c; smithwork, $25.35; caretaker's supplies, $30.81; 4-in. 

flanged valve, $40; 123 lb. cotton waste, $19.68; sundries, $65.45 429 08 

Stonelifter No. 1 ($1,016.30)— 

Captain, A. T. McAllister: services, 5 m. at $60, 7 m. at $50; outlay, $2 652 00 

Wharfage, y. to Mar. 31 (less 1 d.) $364; sundry, 30c Paid as follows: J. M. Driscoll, 

$356; small payments, $8.30 - 364 30 

Lobnitz No. 3 ($2,802.50)— 

Captain, Chas. Campbell: services, Oct. 1 to 25, Nov. 7 to 28, $184.78; outlay, $11.79 196 57 

Watchman, R. Burns: services, y., $650; painting and scraping deck, 7 d., $14 664 00 

Brandram-Henderson: anti-corrosive, 17 gal. at $2; anti-fouling, 10 gal. at $4; 100 lb. red 

lead, $23.50; 25 gal. boiled oil, $32.50; 10 gal. oxide paint, $13.50 143 50 

Webber, A. A. & Son: dockage, Dec 1, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1918, 9 m. at $75, 212 d. at $2.50; 

repairs to boiler, $268.29; sundries, $63.73 1,537 02 

Young, Geo. H.: making shutters for windows, etc: labour, 20| d. at $4.50; 1,565 ft.. 

sheeting, $62.60; sundries, $40.40 195 25 

Chain for mooring, $13.35; 115 gal. royalite, $21.28; 4 rolls 2 ply roofing, $10; sundries. 

$21.53 66 16 



Total 304,106 03 

Charged to: — 

Dredging Maritime Provinces (Page V— 177) 293, 695 26 

Dradging Ontario and Quebec (Page V— 179) 10,410 86 



304, 106 02 



Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec. 
Vaisseaux dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec 

Shipyard at Ottawa, pay-lists ($60,763.80)— 

General foreman, William Smith, 9 m. at $141 .67, 3 at $158.33. . . 

Foreman engineer, D. Matheson, 12 m. at $137.50 

Accountant, R. Rous, 3 m. at $90, 5 at $100, 4 at $110 

Timekeeper, G. Taylor, 3 m. at $65, 5 at $75, 4 at $85 

Storekeeper, P. Bourget, 2\ m. at $70 



Carried forward 



1,750 02 


1,650 00 


1,210 00 


910 00 


175 00 


5,695 02 



V — 192 WDITOR ai:\ i:ir\i:s REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. $ cts. 

Yaisseanx dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec— Suite. 

Brought forward 5,695 02 

Shipyard at Ottawa, pay-lists — Concluded. 

Blacksmiths: J. Cropley, 236* d., $672.12; T. Smith, 3131 d. f $1,007.05 1,679 17 

Blacksmith's helpers: J. Foster, 313| d., $753.32; E. Matthews, 312 d., $749.38 1,502 70 

Boilermaker, W. Ray, 309* d • 1, 108 06 

( "arpenters: It. Burns, 304 d., $865.80; O. Dufour, 298* d., $852.44; W. Forrest, 309* d., 
$882.35; J. Gilhuly, 301 d., $857.96; C. Gravelle, 298* d., $849.86; J. Gravelle, 289* d., 
$777.82; W. Hughes, 312 d., $889.44; N. Lamadeleine, 308 d., $878.20; E. Larose, 283 
d., $808.33; J. Linnon, 280 d., $795.14; J. Loney, 272 d., $774 75; F. Lucas, 271| d., 
$776.59; J. Lucas, 274* d., $782.29; W. Mather, 238 d., $675.94; D. McLeod, 299 d., 
$850.34; J. Murphy, 263* d., $792.95; A. Oliver, 285* d„ $818.62; A. Parker, 236f d., 
$678.59; E. Rogers, 104 d., $286; W. Rosborough, 312 d., $889.44; G. Walters, 311* 

d., $1,111.24; W. Weston, 294* d., $839.69 17,733 78 

Caulkers: J. Begin, 302* d., $924.80; I. Gunner, 287* d., $816.64; F. Lambert, 304* d., 
$867.73; G. Millar, 294f d., $841.62; J. Morin, 212* d., $637.50; G. Pillar, 302J d., 

$861 .60; P. Waters, 314J d., $896.72 5,846 61 

Electrician, C. Smith, 296f d 916 00 

Firemen: J. Hinton, $60; W. Kelly, $432.58; P. Sharp, $733.94 1,226 52 

Labourers: P. Brennan, 182 d., $417.03; H. Cavanagh, 309| d., $697.12; H. Dell, 304 T V 
(1., $672.08; F. McDonald, 317^ d., $703.34; C. O'Brien, 313* d M $690.74; M. O'Brien, 
63* d., $135.17; J. Paul, 309* d., $681.98; C. Proulx, 319 T V d., $703.81; A. Venasse, 

310| d., S685.24 5,386 51 

Machinists: W. Chitty, 311 d., $964; H. Newington, 290* d., $894.62; N. Perkins, 11-82 

m., $1, 182. 15 3,040 77 

Mechanics: J. Morin, 102f d., $326.96; Z. Paris, 12 m. less 1 d., $917.42; R. Thibault, 

293* d., $836.99 2,081 37 

M rssenger, A. Young, at $60 225 48 

Painters: R. Dawson, 312f d., $829.31; D. Dore, 310 d., $835.16 1,664 47 

Patternmakers: J. Brown, 291* d., $946.57; T. Gerard, 26 d., $84.50; R. Ralston, 300^ 

d., S911 .75 1,942 82 

Plumber, F. Purdy, 298| d 922 74 

Saw filers: F. Garvin, 312f d., $921.40; W. Garvin, 22 d., $66 987 40 

Meamfitters: P. Kerr, 311* d., $960.25; E. Lavergne, 301 d., $928.75; H. Mclninch, 313 

d., S964.75; J. McNeil, 312 d., $909.50 3,763 25 

Storekeepers: G. Roe, 28 d., $78; E. Rogers, 207* d., $583.52 661 52 

Teaming: J. Ralph, 248 d., $1,240; Mme. Venasse, 312f d., $870.45 2,110 45 

"Watchmen: F. Menard, April 15-Mar. 31, less 6* d., $692.11; M. Quinn, 12 m., $742.50... . 1,434 61 
Overtime: J. Begin, caulker, 11 d., $33; A. Oliver* carpenter, 14* d., $40.50; W. Ray, 

boilermaker, 1* d., $4.67; P. Waters, caulker, 4* d., Sll .92 90 09 

Time lost through illness, subsequently paid: R. Burns, 4* d., $13.64; J. Cropley, 44* 
d., $122.38; O. Duford, 8 d., $22.28; T. Gerard, 24 d., $78; J. Gilhuly, 3 d.. $9.09; 
J. Gravelle, 12 d., $36.36; F. X. Lambert, 6V1., $16.50; E. Larose, 3 d., $9.09; E. 
Lavergne, 11 d., $33; J. Loney, 8 d., $22; F. Lucas, 12 d., $33; J. Lucas, 11 d\, $30.25; 
W. Mather, 30 d., $82.50; J. Murphy, 26 d., $78; G. Roe, 5 d., $13.75; R. Thibault, 

2d., $6.14; A. Young, 39 d., $75.48 - 681 46 

Leave of absence spent in farming: E. Larose, 6 d., $16.50; J. Linnon, 6 d., $16.50; R. 

Ralston, 6 d., $18; P. Sharp, 6 d., $12 63 

Shipyard at Ottawa, accounts ($6,364.97)— 

Bailey, J., rock elm at $80, $301.08; Birkett, Thos. & Son Co., iron, $45.75, sundries, 

$54.01 400 84 

Beaton, J.: services as captain, etc., April-Oct., $417.27; board, $93.64; outlay, $14.45. . 525 36 

Brennan, P., services, $43.33. board, $13.68; Consumers Cordage Co., 440 lb. rope, $155.56 212 57 

Builders' Sales, Ltd.: steel, $41.25; cotton, $30; drills, $21r45; sundries, $56.34 149 04 

Canada Machinery Corporation: stay bolt taps, $73.25; dies, etc., $94.70 167 95 

Eligh, P., pilotage, $60, outlay, $5.50; Fleck, A., maple, $64.32, sundries, $6.18 136 00 

G.T.R. System, freight, $52.32; Grant-Holden-Graham, 97 yd. duck, $134.35 186 67 

Gray-Harvey Co., glass, etc., $74.28; Heney, J. & Son, coal at $7.75, $805.23 879 51 

Imperial Oil Co., oil, etc. ,,$55.98; Independent Cordage Co., rope, $77.14 133 12 

Kelly, W., watchman, May 1-Oct. 21, $283.87; Wigmore, J., teaming, $75.88 359 75 

Mason, G. M., pine at $84, $110.66; Stitt, S.. coal at $9.50, $712.50 823 16 

Northern Electric Co.: mazda lamps, 100, $45; pendant units, 5, $24.84; sundries, $37.77.. 107 61 

Ottawa Electric OV>.: current supply for motors, 1917, 95-76 h.p 957 60 

Savage & MacDonell, timber at $30, $173.67; Smith, Wm., outlay, $105.72 279 39 

Wilson, Wm. C. & Co.: tallow, 1,431 lb., $329.13; pine pitch, $45; lifebuoy rings, $42; 

oars, $32.40 448 53 

Medical services, $69; electric supplies, $51.24; teaming, $45; brooms, $38.98; soap, $36.40; 

steel, $35.55; duck, $23.38; waste, $15.25; sundries, $283.07 597 87 

Carried forward 67, 128 77 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 193 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. $ cts. 
Vaisseaux dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec — Suite. 

Brought forward 67, 128 77 

Tug Cliffside ($2,548.52)— 

Captain, A. Larsen, April 16-Nov. 30 (less 11 d. in June) 548 27 

Engineer: L. Dion, $490; C. E. Halpin, $18.06 508 06 

Fireman: J. Cote, $129.20; H. Dion, $191.48 320 68 

Board of crew, paid as follows: Capt. Brosseau, $29.49; Capt. Harney, $283.50; Capt. 

Larsen, $9.75; Capt. Mclninch, $93.72; men, $10.40 426 86 

Travel of crew 15 95 

Grand Trunk Ry., repairing damage to St. Henri bridge 62 61 

Marine and Fisheries Dept. (Sorel Shipyard): repairs, etc., $336.69; coal, $269.65; use 

of ways, $40 646 34 

Weir, J. & R., repairing boiler 19 75 

Tug Mina G ($2,299.17)— 

Captain: N. Bertrand, $172.08; M. Guerin, $53.29; J. Jean, $33.55; A. Larsen, $28.23 287 15 

Engineer: W. Bertrand, $66.39; W. Eligh, 13 d. in June, July 1-Dec. 5, $375.81; N. Piche, ' 

$24.84 467 04 

Fireman: R. Champagne, $66.78; F. Curotte, $85.93; A. Guerin, $124.83; W. Leduc, 

$45 322 54 

Board of crew, paid as follows: Capt. Brosseau, $147; Capt. Harney, $23.40; Capt. Mc- 
lninch, $113.70; men, $28.60 312 70 

Cantin, A. : dockage, 3 lay days, repairs 642 34 

Pilotage, $71.67; repairs, $47.70; coal, $29.50; use of crane, $25; travel of crew, $20.65; 

towing, $15; sundries, $57.88 267 40 

Tug Monitor ($6,053.80)— 

Captain, W. Levesque, April 9-Dec. 15: at $75, $55; at $82.50, $617.42; overtime, $13.09.. 685 51 

Engineer, J. Bouchard, $704.14; deckhands, N. Laberge, $329.09, A. Levesque, $337.73. . 1,370 96 
Firemen: E. Banville, $394.68; A. Cayer, $44.17; H. Daignault, $148.98; A. Guertin, 

$53 .37; F. Marinier, $71 . 13; J. Vaillancourt, $18 730 33 

Cook: J. Beaulieu, $105.15; G. Lacoste, $68.23; P. Mercier, $118.71 292 09 

Caretaker, E. Banville, Dec. 23-Mar. 31, $197.42; painter, J. Girard, $45 242 42 

Board: paid to J. Harney, $3.60; to W. Levesque, $1,034; to men, $74.07 1,111 67 

Travel of crew 70 67 

Canadian Import Co.: coal at $7.75, $46.50, at $8.50, $344.81 391 31 

Cantin, A., dockage, 2 lay days, and repairs 429 09 

Davis Dry Dock Co.: 14-ft. life boats, 2 at $118.50; freight, $6.80 243 80 

Weir, J. & R., making and boring 2 propellor wheels 240 00 

Furnishings, $55.93; pipe, etc., $24.70; 2 ash buckets, $24.05; elm, $24; washing, $16.50; 

glass, $15; covering boiler, $11 .75; sundries, $74.02 245 95 

Tug Ottawa: Gosselin, Capt. A., board, ^15. 60; Sorel Shipyard, travel, $107 25 60 

Tug Sir John: customs duty, $34. 10; less $31 paid in 1916-17, V— 232 3 10 

Spare tugs ($1,836.08)— 

Bailey, J., rock elm at $80, $75.40; Heney, John & Son, coal at $7.75, $82.15 157 55 

Birkett, T. & Son Co.: mild steel, 885 lb., $43.81; sundries, $9.67 53 48 

Campbell Steel & Iron Works: spouting for Delisle, $269.76; rivets, $13 .50 283 26 

Davis Dry Dock Co.: 14-ft. life boats, 3 at $131 .50; freight, $10.20 404 70 

Independent Cordage Co., rope, $107.22; Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc., $74.05 181 27 

Marine and Fisheries Dept., Sorel Shipyard, repairs to Witherbee 80 31 

Ottawa Boiler & Steel Works, repairing boiler of Daisy 274 20 

Powers, P. J. Co., repairs, etc 163 60 

Coal, $34.84; crosshead, $23.97; freight, $20; iron, $18.09; washers, $17.82; wire, etc., 

$12.33; sundries, $110.66 237 71 

Sweep Scow No. 1: hauling sweeper and boring scow, Nov., $57.50; pumping and caretaking, 

May-Nov., $32.50 90 00 

Steam derrick and launch Catherine ($4,925.24) — 

Captain, Jos. Bergeron: at $70, 205.48, at $80, $312; services as keeper, April 1-8, Dec- 
Mar., $169.33; outlay, $7.50 694 31 

Engineer, A. Savard, $326.09; launch engineer, A. Aubin, $367.83 693 92 

Cook, A. Thibault, $262.92; firemen and sailors, E. Lessard, $232.06, M. Simard, $97.76, 

A. Tremblay, $234.73, J. Tremblay, $78.47, L. Tremblay, $75 980 94 

Board of crew, paid to Jos. Bergeron 838 50 

Repairs: carpenters, labourers, etc., 34 d. at $3, 10 at $2.50, 66 at $2 259 00 

Blais, A. C. & Fils, paint, etc., $50.32; Cote, Boivin & Cie, hardware, $141.95 192 27 

Cie d'Usinage et Garage de Chicoutimi, repairs, etc 89 64 

Imperial Oil Co.: gasolene, $226.86; oil, etc., $80.72 ' 307 58 

Mechanics Supply Co., marine safety valve, $100; Nesbitt, E. T., fir, $57.60, freight, $24 181 60 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co.: coal at .$8. 75, $415.63; freight, etc., $72.83 488 46 

Wood, $46.95; gasolene, $46.84; smithwork, $23.25; pipe, etc., $29.85; hardware, etc., 

$52.13 199 02 

Carried forward 84, 910 28 

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V— 194 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 ' 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. $ cts. 
Vaisseaux dragueurs: Ontario ct Quebec— Suite. 

Brought forward 84,910 28 

Stonelifier and tug Annette ($1,169.74)— 

Xijjht watchman at Pte. Madeleine: April 1-May 20, O. Desaulniers, $75; W. Deschenes, 

M ay 2 L-M ar . :-! 1 , $776 .61 851 61 

( !aretakei at St . Jean des Piles, O. Laing, April 50 00 

Labourers, $203.44; cartage, $52; sundries, $12.69 268 13 

Dredge No. 4 ($1,169.36)— 

Renaud.E.: services as watchman, Jan., 1917-Mar., 1918, 10m. at $50,5 at $60; painting, 

etc., $45; outlay for labour, etc., $20.07 865 07 

Savage, J. P., sundries, $54 47; Zeki & Thellab Co., coal at $8.40, $69.60 124 07 

Caulking, $66.37; paint, $35.28; water, $9.11; sundries, $15.73 126 49 

Travel and outlay of J. B. McMurray 53 73 

Dredg- No. 101 ($1,049.79)— 

Excavating for slipway and hauling out dredge, Sept. 29-Oct. 20 305 00 

Boyer, J., use of piling ground, 1916-17, $60, Oct., 1917-Oct. 1918, $50 110 00 

G. T. Ry. System, freight on timber, Ottawa to St. Louis de Gonzague 76 25 

Robert, G.: rubber boots, 7 pr. at $4; sundries, $47.54 75 54 

Viau, B.: services as caretaker, Nov*-Mar., $125; examining dredge, etc., Aug., $8 133 00 

Viau, E.: services as caretaker, April-Oct 350 00 

Dredge No. 102 and tug Eileen ($8,775.38)— 

Captain, O. Martin: April 1-May 13, $62.41; May 14-Dec. 31, $592.26; overtime, $10.64; 

outlay, $108 20 773 51 

Cranesman at $40, E. Page, $442 . 62; fireman at $50, E. Boileau, $348. 11 790 73 

Watchman at $40, C. Mongeon, $245. 17; cook at $50, H. Nadon, $312.37 557 54 

Deck hands at $40: T. Charette, $34.54; J. Galant, $143.52; D. Hamilton, $103.40; 

J. Hart, $48.68; A. Raby, $149.49 479 63 

Scowmen at $40: D. Baril, $109.69; C. Cloutier, $102.20; S. St. Louis, $35.52 247 41 

Tug crew: captain, E. Tourangeau at $60.50, $370.81; engineer, F. Lavallee at $60.50, 

$398.13; fireman, M. Cassidy, $144, J. Demontigny, $5.16, S. St. Louis, $117.71 1,035 81 

Caretaker, A. Wallace at $50, $70.97; labourers, $23.75 94 72 

Drilling and blasting rocks ahead of dredge at Long Rapids, Lievre River, $259.25; meals 

of drilling crew paid H. Nadon, $82.50 341 75 

Repairing, Dec, $182. 65; board paid to O. Laframboise, $91 273 65 

Repairing dump scow, Sept 56 25 

Travel of crew, $20.95; laundry work, $3 23 95 

Board of crew: paid to H. Nadon, $1,386.56; paid to men, $69.80 1,456 36 

Birkett, Thos. & Son Co., pike poles, $11.70; vise, $10; nails, etc., $43.56 65 26 

Cameron, R. J., explosives, etc., $54.50; Can. Pac. Ry. Co., freight, $66.01 120 51 

Consumers Cordage Co., 226 lb. manilla, $79.90; Dominion Wire Rope Co., rope, etc., 

$54 133 90 

Davis Dry Dock Co., 10 ft. life boat, $83.50, freight, $3.80; Imperial Oil Co., oil, etc., 

$54.20 141 50 

Heney, John & Son: steam coal at $7.80, $276.12; smith coal at $12, $8 284 12 

Independent Coal Co., coal at $9 55, $1,090. 13; Maass Bros., machine work, $52.40 1, 142 53 

Kelly (W.H. ) Lumber Co.: hardwood, 6 cords, $39; pine, etc., $15.20 54 20 

Ottawa Paint Works, paint, $51.28; Powers, P. J. Co., plate, $42.80, boiler tubes, $11.04. . 105 12 

Pratt, H. J.: loading and unloading coal, $107.22; cartage, etc., $5.91 - 113 13 

Labour, $77.61; timber, $73.94; duck, $63.30; range, $40; docking scow, $35; sundries, 

$193.95 483 80 

Dredge No. 103 and tug Alva ($10,670.41)— 

Captain, E. C. Robertson, April, $100, May-Mar., $1, 155, outlay, $22.48 1,277 48 

Cranesman, Geo. Robertson, at $55, 55 at $60.50, $446.92 501 92 

Fireman: Thos. Barveau, $363 89; Thos. Rayson, $37. 10 400 99 

Watchman: J. Barbeau, $36.60; C. Dufault, $179.35 215 95 

Cook: CO. Beaudin, $141.93; Mrs. H. R. Goldey, $14 81; E. Stocker, $175.65 332 39 

Deckhands and scowmen: J. Barbeau, $37.42; L. Barbeau, $181.93; G. Hughes, $94.19; 

J. Lafleur, $77.09; P. McDonnell, $63.10; O. Rayson, $29.72; T. Rayson, $260.42; 

G. Seguin,$49.68 793 25 

Tug crew: captian, A- Potter, at $70, $16.33, at $77, $539; engineer, Geo. Marcellus at 

$70, $522.22; firemen, L. Barbeau, $112.04, G. Hughes, $78.39, E. Stocker, $111.77. . 1,379 75 

Travel of crew 38 70 

Board of crew paid to E. C. Robertson 1, 564 92 

Baile, A., coal at $9.90, $1,076.63; Birkett, Thos. & Son Co., hardware, $111.81 1,188 44 

Davidson & Crooks: grate bars, $107.60; sundries, $11.70 119 30 

Davis Dry Dock Co.: 10-ft. life boat, $83.50; freight, $3.60 87 10 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: steel cable, $30.85; steel hoisting ropes, $46.96 77 81 

Dunlop Tire and Rubber Goods Co., hose. $56.75; Fauteux, A., moving coal, $64.07 120 82 

Heney, John & Son: coal at $7.75, $318.75; sundry coal, $27.75 346 50 

Imperial Oil Co., oil, etc., $65. 12; Lawlor, W. E., services of tug, 7 d., $126 191 12 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: covering boiler of Alva with asbestos, $78.50; bricks, etc., 

$8 . 83 87 33 

Carried forward 105,798 32 



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Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. $ cts. 

Vaisscaux dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec — Suite. 

Brought forward 105,798 32 

Dredge No. 103— Concluded. 

Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc., $175.82; Powers, P. J. Co., plate, etc., $107.90 283 72 

Riordon Pulp and Paper Co.: coal at $8.75, $811.11; sundries, $31.62 842 73 

Sheppard, Jas. & Son, timber 201 37 

Coal, $75.48; lumber, $65.80; castings and machine work, $62.05; pipe, etc., $47.69; 

duck, $37.21; washing, $35.95; hose, $27.26; cartage, $24.71; sundries, $242.67 618 82 

Dredge No. 106 ($9,875.37)— 

Captain: J. Harney, April 13-May 31, June 19-Sept. 30 at $135, $675, outlay, $6.22; S. 

Brosseau, June 1-19 at $100, $63.33; W. J. Mclninch, Oct.-Mar., $810, outlay, $26.08. . . 1,580 63 

Fireman, A. Demers, $330.49; cook, G. Lacoste, $77.42, W. Lavallee, $225.50 633 41 

Deckhands, scowmen and watchmen: E. Arivisais, $252.80; J. Beaulieu, $62.83; H. 
Dion, $19.35; L. Goulet, $15.48; J. Harney, $181; V. Latour, $34.45; H. Lesage, 
$42 93; G. Martel, $209.71; A. Ratel, $133.33; M. E. Ratel, $65.04; T. Robinson, 

$208 .07 1 , 224 99 

Board of crew: paid Capt. J. Harney, $710.65; paid Capt. W. Mclninch, $264.80 975 45 

Birkett, Thos. & Son Co., hardware, etc., $105.44; Can. Import Co., coal at $7.75, 

$1,476.92 1,582 36 

C. P. R. Co., freight, $53.57; Davis Dry Dock Co., 2 life boats, $263, freight, $5.80. 323 37 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: rope, 700 ft., $220.52; 3 lengths, $78.98 299 50 

General Supply Co. of Canada: wire rope, 75 ft., $35.41, 95 ft., $49.21, 300 ft., $64.32; 

sundries, $30.58 179 52 

Heney, John & Son: coal at $7.75, $270.25; smith coal, $14 284 25 

Imperial Oil Co., oil, $70.96; Independent Cordage Co., manilla, $378.09 449 05 

Marine and Fisheries Dept., Sorel Shipyard: coal, 10 tons at $9.50, 50 at $8.75; forgings 

for spud, $82 . 21 ; sundries, $68 . 25; maintenance charges, $47 . 04 730 00 

Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc., $222.42; Sheppard, Jas. & Son, timber, $641 .12 863 54 

Smart-Woods, Ltd., 60 yd. canvas - 59 10 

Timber, $87.60; coal, $49.38; fares, $41; packing, $39.96; hose, $35; anchor points, 
$34 47; boiler tubes, $33.60; castings, $32.48; washing, $28.21; duck, $20.78; sundries, 

$287.72 690 20 

Dredge No. 109 and tug Hercules ($39,007.73)— 

Captain, R. Gavin, April— Mar. at $135; outlay, $48.81 1,668 81 

Assistant runners: C. Hulks, $602.58; P. Soloman, $142.26 744 84 

Cranesmen: C. German, $118.55; P. Soloman, $515 633 55 

Machinists: A. Busch, $180; C. Leal, $365.89 545 89 

Oilers: D. Armand, $25.67; W. Both well, $47.64; J. Hisey, $22; L. Lafarr, $11.29; 
D. Laimand, $24.84; A. Marchand, $7.33; A. Meyers, $21.55; R. Norton, $61.97; 

E; Vincent, $55.48 277 77 

Winchmen: J. Enosse, $33.87; C. German, $35.01; J. Noganosh, $227.26; E. Penistinen, 

$54 50 350 64 

Cook at $70:' J. Brooks, $45. 16; ' W. Brown,' $322'. 91; ' C. Hayes, $76 .77." .' .' .' . . .' .' .' .' .' .' .' ." .' .' .' .' 444 84 

Assistant cook at $30: H. Bovah, $35; G. Brooks, $45.16; F. Chatten, $19; R. Dudley, 

$6.77; H. Hicks, $5.93; C. Jackman, $87.42; M. Nolan, $42.42; W. Ryan, $23.58. .. . 265 28 

Watchmen: R. Brennan, $85.48; J. Gallagher, $11.29 96 77 

Firemen: E. Brown, $15; J. Burke, $13.55; E. Cooper, $16.67; E. Dubeau, $29.04; J. 
Gauthier, $128.56; H. Hicks, $32; H. Lavigne, $25.16; J. Lowe, $167.74; H. Milvin, 
$17.68; J. Murray, $75.69; A. Peloquin, $104.51; J. Stipane, $95.61; F. Thompson, 

$13.55; L. Trelsbeck, $4; J. Whalen, $104.51 843 27 

Deckhands and scowmen: J. Batt, $14.51; T. Beauchamp, $20.51; W. Boucher, $11.10; 
N. Boucy, $24; H. Boivin, $72; A. Brough, $7 25; M. Brough, $60.44; R. Busey, $6; N. 
Cloutier, $45; F. Coderre, $3 .68; T. Corvelli, $66 34; M. Courneya, $17.56; C. Dumas, 
$18.92; W. Dunsmore, $18.33; J. Encosse, $68 23; L. Fleming, $3.23; T. Fleming, $15; 
J. Gallagher, $26.66; J. Gauthier, $14.71; E. Gordon, $16.50; J. Gray, $15.75; V. 
Gray, $7.26; A. Hare, $23.51; E. Langlois, $7.50; T. Latour, $14.51; H. Lavigne, 
$29 03; J. Lowe, $19.50; A. McGillis, $15.24; J. Noganosh, $98.71; R. Norton, $12: 
E. Penistinen, $24.97; R. Powers, $62.36; T. Roberts, $10.88; F. Rouleau, $11.10; 
K. Strong, $12.33; A. Tessier, $8.70; W. Thayer, $3.25; F. Tuttle, $2. 18; R. White, 
$4.35; J. Wilson, $7.97 926 70 

Crew of tug — > 

Captain, F. German, April 1-Dec. 22, $979.35; mate, J. Gray, $597.23 1,576 58 

Engineers: H. Burbaker, $31.94; E. House, $596.13; G. McDonald, $270.47 898 54 

Oilers: H. Burbaker, $216. 13; R. Stewart, $234 03 450 16 

Cook: Mrs. Grant, $96 19; J. Kenney, $21.29; Mrs. McCrohan, $331.61 449 09 

Firemen: W. Fahey, $198.71; A. Fry, $8.87; V. Gray, $12.83; H. Hicks, $80.78; 
N. Jewers, $1.33; R. Keating, $193.39; P. Lacroix, $19 93; A. McMillan, 
$23 06; P. Paradis, $86.93; C. Philips, $20.40; L. Philips, $74.52; J. Rock, 
$78.61; J. Roe, $21.29; J. Youman, $23.42 844 07 

Carried forward 128,636 50 

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V— 196 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. * ' 

Yaisseaux dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec— Suite. 

.... 128, 63G 50 
Brought forward 

Dredge No. 109 and Tug Hercules.— Concluded. 

Crew of .tug— Cone . Demars, $76.83; W. Fahey, 

^0; W. ne^rW^V^GSS?^^; ± Hicks, $3; N. Jewers, $164.d3; 

A. Labree, $168.66; C • Mosurc, $32.47 . . . JQ 4 g 

Carpenters: J. Smithson, $84.70; C. Weir, $85.75 05 7Q 

S a Jd l of crew" S paid to "£ Gaym." «V^'fagte apparent overpay ment of $1.76; 

paid to F. German, $1,306.36; paid to men, $223.61 *.g* g 

Armstrong Bros. & Frank, machine work, etc . •••.••• ■ • • ■ • • 7 o o 2 

cTaSairbanks Hon. Co. valve discs, $26 69; sundaes, $46.63 73 32 

Can Pac Rv. Co.: soft coal, 584 tons at $7; freight, $2. 10. ; . . • ■ • ■ ■ ■ ■ • • • • • • » 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: steel rope, 320 ft., $614.40, reel, $2. /5 

Electrical Engineering Co. of Toronto repaying generato^ . . g g 

Fiegehen, R.: beech and maple at $35, $150.38, elm at $au, *>4Z.ou g5 17 

Garlock Packing Co., packing, etc • ■■ ■ . • • • • • • • ■■■ ■ • • • • ■ • : v :• S2gg 2( . 

General Supply Co. of Canada: we rope, 210 ft. of 2,-in., $721.12, 900 It. ot < in., *-w.-o, ^ 

spiral packing, $53. 16; valve, $1 59 . . . .. ■ • 577 37 

Georgian Bay Shipbuilding and Wreckmg Co ^^f^'^einer ' $3 50 200 92 

2SS^d!^ST£SSS^^&S^ 10075 

Gra^B^oWbe^ JJj* ™ 

Independent Cordage Co.: manil la, 4, 903 1 lb $1, 488 .93, 315 i lb *J„ .75, i sun drj jsi .0* . 

Tohns-Manville Co.: metallic brake blocks, 36, $553.68, 12, $9o oU, express, */ . /u . . . . . 

Kennedy Wm & Sons, castings, etc., $158.56; Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc., $166.91 . . 324 47 

S C $ 9 11?r SS^a»3 S ^?^iiJg=^^X-; $53; steering 

gea? chains, $42 . 56; timber, $20 . 42 1 sundries, $199 05 55943 

DrC C^Sta^ 1 W.T M Snfn 8 e , hTAprU-Aug., $675, outlay $26.33; J. Harney, Sept.-Jan., $675, j ^ ^ 

A^ec^TZM^^ 1850 

HSnFHl^^^ 326 80 

Defand^/fel '$27.66; '^^^^^^^^ST^ 

W r^T, gU M y 2 90 P' Gdina* $120 40; J.' Giard, $20; J. Harney, Jr., $61.94; D. 

Lqu 6 e ? a &.83 -'I', fodfn? $253.60; O Ladoueeur, $67.74; G. Mail.ey, $36.!3 ; C. 

Metivier, $73.50; E. Rioux, $10.49; J. Vaillancourt, $5.33 'Ill 89 

iZTSiZt^ 8& rfc-W».«V f Vog|Pt. Wi Mc I ninch,'$.,332.06.: 2,185 51 

Baile A coal, $98.65; Birkett, T. & Son Co., hardware, $78.76 }" *i 

Canada Paint Co., red lead $107.22; oil, etc $81 11 . . . . . • ^ ■ «g £3 

Can. Consolidated Rubber Co.: water hose 100 ft $51.94 50 ft. $17.15 . 

Canadian Import Co.: coal at $7.75, $9,079.60, at $8.50, $5J.4b p . . ... . . . .. ... . 

Canadian Steel Foundries, dipper teeth points, 545 lb. at ,?2-95c. ,528 at 18 OC 6 471 95 

Canadian Vickers, repairs, $6,367.95; Connors, Jas., welding, $104. o,4/i »» 

SS^r^^ ^ 

Fisher, S.: socket metal, $55.50; 3 wire sockets $44.50 :, sundnes, $85.44 J»& JJ 

ȣ^^^ s s 

fmperial Oil Co., oil, etc., $132.25; Independent Cordage Co., rope, $125.68 ^7 W 

Johns-Manville Co. : asbesto -metallic brake blocks ,32 . 6, 483 81 

MoXaf^San^^ J5S 

$16.75; sundries, $152.02 I 

192,161 14 

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Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. $ cts. 
Vaisseaux dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec— Suite. 

Brought forward 192, 161 14 

Dredge No. Ill ($729)— 

Trudel, A., services as caretaker, April-Mar 650 00 

Labour, $49; rent of piling ground, $30 79 00 

Dredge No. 112 ($727.89)— 

Williams, Chas.: services as caretaker, $643.55; extra work, $12; outlay, $32.50 688 05 

Labour, etc., $33.42; pine, $5.04; sundry, $1.38 39 84 

Dredge No. 114 and tug St. Paul ($11,746.20)— 

Captain, F. Scanlan: services, April-Mar., $1,255; balance Mar., 1917, $6.45; outlay, 

$16.60 '. i 1,278 05 

Cranesman, T. Scanlan, $291.39, A. Tait, $132; cook, N. Fero, $356.94 780 33 

Firemen: G. Cassidy, $8; T. Scanlan, $100; O. Williams, $228.84 336 84 

Deckhands, scowmen and watchmen: A. Benson, $55.32; R. Blackmer, $39.19; J. Blake, 
$117.33; E. Hall, $83; H. Hall, $112.26; H. Jacobsen, $55.32; E. Myall, $37.94; T. 
Poplaski, $36.13; B. Soper, $40; F. Stribble, $56.45; O. Williams, $83; small pay- 
ments, $150.40 866 34 

Tug crew: captain, N. Jackson, $474.19; fireman, G. Cassidy, $64, E. Hall, $261 ; engineer, 

J. Brennan, $464.69 1,263 88 

Board of crews, paid Capt. F. Scanlan 1 , 352 00 

Aitchison, D. & Co.: timber, $72.83, labour, $5.20; C.P.R. Co., freight, $103.02 181 05 

Bain, Jas. & Son: smokestack, $160; sundry repairs, etc., $276.99 436 99 

Davis Dry Dock Co., 2 lifeboats, $219, freight, $7.20; Garlock Packing Co., packing, 

etc., $84.30 - 310 50 

Gillies-Guy: coal at $7, $707.35, at $8, $2, 128.80; sundry, $17.50 2, 853 65 

Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., 50 ft. hose and couplings 59 78 

Imperial Oil Co., oil, etc., $122.13; Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc., $50.57 172 70 

Independent Cordage Co., 504 lb. §-in. manilla 137 53 

Oliver Chilled Plow Works of Canada, machine work, etc 148 91 

Pratt, T. H. Co.: linoleum $47.61; towelling, $3.89 51 50 

Wilson, Wm. C. & Co.: dredge chain, 200 ft., 2, 668 lb 280 14 

Wood Vallance & Co.: chain, 2,822 lb. at 14ic, 1,610 at life; sundries, $48.56 639 88 

Travel of crew, $56.60; hose, $44.05; castings, $43.52; freight, $39.64; screw block, 
$32; washing, $27.36; carpenter work on scow door, $25; gear wheels, $23.09; sundry 

hardware, etc., $168.87 460 13 

Re accident to Ernest Hall: Dr. Blake, services, $5; Hamilton City Hospital, fees, Oct. 
11-Nov. 23, $56; Dr. Nancekivell, services, $10; Dr. Niemeier, services, $65 (including 

apparent overpayment of $15 for assistance) - 136 00 

Dredge No. 116 and tug Storm King ($32,747.66)— 

Captain, H. Charland, April-Mar., $1,495, outlay, $94.65 1, 589 65 

Engineer, M. Convey, $619.19; cranesman, X. Boivin, $260.20, D. Morency, $228.65 1,108 04 

Fireman, H. Brisson, $101.61, D. Cote, $264.80; oiler, E. Desbiens, $314.90 681 31 

Cook, C. Savard, $368.50; assistant cook, T. Savard, $175.50 544 00 

Watchmen: S. Beaulieu, $151.32; W. Blaise, $14.19; H. Savard, $15; J. Tousignant, 

$56.45; G. Tremblay, $80 , 316 96 

Deckhands, etc.: Maltais, L., $50.67, W. $61.33; Savard, E., $148.63; Simard, L., $97.33; 
Tousignant, J., $294; Tremblay, A., $245.22, F. N., $92.22, G„ $40, O., $42; Villeneuve, 

L., $288.80; small payments, $54.79 1,414 99 

Crew of Storm King — 

Captain O. Harney, April 6-Dec. 5, $666.62, outlay, $19.45 686 07 

Engineer, A. Begin, $625; oiler, W. Warren, $416.67 1,041 67 

Cook: L. Allard, $145; L. Blouin, $95.83; E. Girard, $116.67 357 50 

Firemen and deckhands: L. Allard, $76; X. Boivin, $125; L. Bouchard, $110.41; D. 
Cote, $45.04; E. Francoeur, $355.60; A. Gagne, $194.52; R. Mercier, $335.93; 

B. Savard, $11.61; V. Savard, $14.19; G. Tremblay, $65.33 1,333 63 

Captain of coal barge, C. Lavallee, $355.85, outlay, $32.30; deckhand, J. Bernier, $236.13 624 28 
Board of dredge crew paid Capt. H. Charland, $2,057.85; board of tug crew paid Capt. 

O. Harney, $1, 229.66 3, 287 51 

Carpenters, 84^ d. at $3; blacksmith, 21 d. at $3; caulkers, 19^ d. at $3; labourers, 75-6 

d. at $2 526 20 

Bastien, H. L., 2 life-boats, $320, freight, $8; Chicoutimi Pulp Co., repairs, $95.57... . .'. . 423 57 

Can. Import Co.: coal at $8.75, $4,270.64; sundry coal, $20.93; cartage, etc., $23.01 4,314 58 

Compagnie D'Usinage et Garage de Chicoutimi: repairs, etc 632 42 

Compagnie Generate du Port de Chicoutimi: towing, 16§ d., including coal, etc., $1 , 082.40; 

transporting and unloading coal, $425 1 , 507 40 

Consumers Cordage Co.: manilla, 893 lb., $299.52, 1,766 lb., $536.30 835 82 

Cote, Boivin & Cie., coal, $36.64, hardware, etc., $83.58; Gagnon, E., boat hire, $100. ... 220 22 

Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co., moving bucket 61 55 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: hoisting rope, 144 ft., $125.17, 300 ft., $235.75; 2 reels, $3.20. . . 364 12 

Garlock Packing Co., packing, $67.72; General Supply Co., packing, $88.15 155 87 

Gavin, R., outlay while supervising repairs to dredge and tug 50 80 

Harbour Commissioners of Montreal: towing, $50; wintering, $12 62 00 

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Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. $ cts. 
Vatsseaux dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec— Suite. 

Brought forward. 227,504 39 

Dredge No. 115 and tug Storm King— Concluded. 

Imperial Oil Co., oil, etc., $164.55; Independent Cordage Co., 1,526 lb. rope, $436.20 600 75 

Marine and Fisheries Dept.: expenses of C.G.S. Fronlenac towing dredge 289 24 

Marine and Fisheries Dept. (Sorcl Shipyard): coal, $127.50; wintering, $115; repairs, etc., 

$2 599.30 2 841 80 

Massic'otte & Tremblay, hardware, etc., $59.11; Nesbitt, E. T., oak, $59.75. . . . ' 118 86 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co.: coal at $8.75, $4,895.62; freight, $839.26; switching, 

$24 '. 5,758 88 

Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc 239 47 

Travel of crew, $249.31 ; washing, $48.35; repairs (voucher outstanding) $48.03; smith- 
work, $46.67; labour, $45.55; freight, $36.10; castings, $35.97; duck, $34.63; timber, 

$32.96; towing, $30; brushes, $26.72; waste, $21.38; 4 spars, $20; sundries, $82 ;83. . 758 50 
Dredge No. 116 ($2,892.80)— 

Fitting out, April 1-May 3, 1917: Captain J. Harney, April 1-12, $54; cranesman, J. 
Beaulieu, April 1-May 3, $71.29: oiler, $9.33; fireman, $16; cook, $21; deckhand, 

$11.67; board paid Capt. J. Harney, $55.25 238 54 

Fitting out, Feb., Mar., 1918: Captain J. Harney, $270, fare, etc, $13.10; runner, O. 

Mercier, $67.74, fare, $7.85; board paid J. Harney, $44.25 402 94 

Bailey, J., rock elm at $80, $64.96; Canadian Vickers, repairs, $490.41 555 37 

Builders Sales: 2 steel bars, 836 lb. at 10c. ; rivets, $25 108 60 

Consumers Cordage Co., 2,997 1b. manilla, $1,059.55; Holden Co., drill, $141.75 1,201 30 

Imperial Oil Co.: marine engine oil at 59c, $51.63; sundry, $41.29 92 92 

Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc 166 05 

Machine work, $29.70; fares, $25.65; coal, $21; rope, $20.15; brushes, $18.78; sundries, 

$11.80 127 08 

Dredge No. 117 and tug Peel ($37,788,251— 

Captain, R. Hogan, Apr .-Mar., $1,620, overtime, $9; outlay, $336.90 1,965 90 

Runner, J. Howell, at $80, $640, at $85, $191.94, overtime, $17.55 849 49 

Engineer, G. Brown, at $80, $640, at $85, $264.20, 1 d., $2.50, overtime, $21.56 928 26 

Craneman, F. Brown at $80, $890.49, 1 d., $2.50 892 99 

Fireman: U. Dennis, $509.67; P. McGow, $468.32; J. Porteous, $33.32; G. Steers, $77.14. . 1,088 45 

Cook and steward at $72: R. J. Clayton, $23.23; C. Eofif, $169.55; J. McMahon, $236.10; . 

J. Myers, $46.45; A. Sears, $120.77 \. 596 10 

Assistant cook: J. Bristow, $103.58; small payments, $135.05 238 63 

Deckhands and scowmen: W. Brinn, $58.06; G. Bundy, $44.18; B. Davidson, $84.05; 
O. Delaney, $84; W. Grigg, $62.17; M. Loder, $63.05; B. Matthews, $78.14; J. Mor- 
timer, $169.10; W. Pendreigh, $72.77; J, Roberts, $57; A. Sears, $211.47; C. Smith, 
$51; E. Stacey, $174.50; F. Stevens, $97.11; G. Stewart, $274.67; small payments, 

$290.47 1 , 871 74 

Crew of tug Peel- 
Captain, J. Hunter, at $90, $60, at $100, $733.33, overtime, $8.06, outlay, $7.15 808 54 

Engineer, J. Mitchell, at $90, $60, at $100, $1,004.30, overtime, $43.54 1, 107 84 

Mate, S. Lawrence at $60 444 84 

Firemen: C. Buck, $125.75; R. Chivers, $225.60; U. Dennis, $134.84; L. Graydon, $182.12; 

L. Pressie, $235.28; W. Robson, $93.54 997 13 

Deckhands: R. Chivers, $127.78; M. Loder, $75; C. McGow, $369.33; C. Scanlan, $346; 

C. Smith, $84; small payments, $69.05 1,071 16 

Travel of crew, $38.80; board paid to Capt. Hogan, $3,399.35, paid to men, $317.25 3,755 40 

Repairs: foreman, A. Oliver, 30 d., $120; carpenters, $726.25 846 25 

Caretaking, F. Brown, Dec. 17-27, 7 d 14 00 

Atlantic Lumber Co.: pine at $50, $255.20; dressing, $8.44 263 64 

Birkett, T. & Son: steel, 1,110 lb., $59.94; sundry hardware, $24.53 84 47 

Borbridge, S. & H., felt, $60.48, sundry, $1.75; Carson, Hugh Co., felt, $93.60 155 83 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: hard fibre, 61 lb. at 50c; sundries, $23.53 54 03 

Can. Nor. Ry. System: freight, 61c; apparent duplicate payment 61c 1 22 

Can. Pac Ry. Co.: coal at $6.75, $5,098.29; freight, $4.28 5, 102 57 

Consumers Cordage Co.: .rope, 1,067 lb., $285.34; tarred hemp, $15.93 301 27 

Davis Dry Dock Co.: 14 ft. life boats, 2 at $142.50; freight, $9.20 294 20 

Emery Poustie & Co.: coal, $29; linoleum, $22; towels, etc, $20.70; soap, etc, $38.80 .... 110 50 

Garlock Packing Co.: spiral packing, $57.97; sundrv packing, etc., $57.84 115 81 

General Supply Co.: 2\ in. ex. flex, steel wire rope, 225 ft., $772.43; \ in. rope, 190 ft., $40.74; 

sundries, $42.39 855 56 

Henning, A., towing, etc., July 26-27, $172; Imperial Oil Co., oil, etc., $137.66 309 66 

Independent Cordage Co.: rope, 4,406 lb., $1,557.68, 2,139 lb., $719.94, 505 lb., $153.37 2,430 99 

Johns-Manville Co.: asb. wood, 40 sheets, $50; freight, $2.13 52 13 

Lake Erie Coal Co., coal at $6.77, $575.45; Nors worthy, C. Co., machine work, etc., $259.93 835 38 

Misener & Tedford: towing, 20 h. at $8; running, 8 h. at $8; lay time, 27 h v at $4 332 00 

Morrison Brass Mfg. Co.: tubes, 113 lb., $55.37; sundries, $118.95 174 32 

Ottawa Paint Works: paint, $239.61; linseed oil, $38.75; sundries, $15.64 294 00 

Payne, Jas., 3§in. maple plank at $31, $137.42; Sharpe, J., smithwork, $96.07. 233 49 

Carried forward 270, 482 48 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 199 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Continued. $ cts. 
Vaisseaux dragueurs: Ontario et Quebec— Suite. 

Brought forward 270,482 48 

Dredge No. 117 and tug Peel — Concluded. 

Poison Iron Works: repairing dipper, $1,500; sundry repairs, $238.61 1,738 61 

Port Stanley Floating Dry Dock: repairs to tug and scows 513 15 

Port Stanley Supply Co.: coal at $7.25, $1,902.39, at $7.35, $2,007.84 3,910 23 

Powers, P. J. Co.: 12 hinges, $138; sundry forgings, $65.56 203 56 

Tillsonburg Foundry & Machine Co., repairs, etc ' 690 74 

Turner (J. Spencer) Co., duck, 289 lb., $273.71; Young, F. W., smithwork, $62.03 335 74 

Wilson, Wm. C. & Co.: oakum, 600 lb., $117; pine pitch, $13 130 00 

Wright, A. R. & Son, hardware, etc 158 41 

Timber, $76.18; coal, $50.50; castings, etc., $41.68; 2 oil saving pumps, $40; stove parts, 

$35.51; oil, etc., $28.75; brushes, etc., $28.48; compass, $27; hose, $24.50; tubes, 

$23.40; waste, $22.83; packing, $18; steel, $17; saws, $16.66; sundries, $179.53 630 02 

Dredge No. 118 at Haileybury Shipyard ($923.81)— 

Carpenters, 79£ d. at $3.50; caulkers 8 d. at $3.50; labourers, 6| d. at $3.50, 19 at $3.25,, 

. 70 at $3, 39£ at $2.75, 3| at $2.50, 6£ at $2; team hire, $158.30 889 44 

Pine, $13; hardware, $10.97* cement, $10.40 34 37 

Dredge No. 119 ($6,621.58)— 

Captain, S. Brosseau: April 1-June 11 at $100, $236.67; July 1-Aug. 15 at $50, $74.19; Aug. 16- 

Mar. 31 at $105, $789.19; outlay, $83.92 1,183 97 

Cranesman: W. Boudreau at $60, $186.25; H. O'Brien at $75, $227.18 413 43 

Fireman, W. Leduc, $10.50, 1. Pichette, $136.93; wheelsman, M. Curotte, $166.67 314 10 

Cook, V. Charron at $50, $177.41; watchman, A. Shooner, $128.57 . . . . . 305 98 

Deckhands and scowmen: C. Bertrand, $60.39; P. Curotte, $51.15; L. Galarneau, $83.87; 

T. Papineau, $125.86; small payments, $68.03 389 30 

Tug Ottawa, Sept.: captain, J. Jean, $70; engineer, N. Piche, $42 112 00 

Blacksmith, $6; carpenters, $124.29; caulkers, $195; engineer, $24.50; labourers, $28. . 377 79 

Travel of crew, $59.75; board of crew paid Capt. Brosseau, $688.51 748 26 

Can. Import Co., coal at $7.75, $794.38; Dominion Wire Rope Co., rope, $80.48 874 86 

Consumers Cordage Co.: manilla, 299 lb., $100.29; tarred hemp, $19.33 119 62 

Grier Timber Co., fir -at $60, $98.04, cartage, $6; Imperial Oil Co., oil, $53.07 157 11 

Marine & Fisheries Dept., Sorel Shipyard, repairs, etc "! 61 94 

Montreal Dry Docks & Ship Repairing Co., carpentry, etc 165 05 

Ostiguy, Jos. & Fils: oak at 18c, $116.10; roofing, $27.50; sundries, $100.27. 243 87 

Sincennes-McNaughton Line, moving dredge, Lachine to Caughnawaga." 125 00 

Weir, J. & R., machine work, materials, etc 588 52 

Coal, $67.65; labour, $45; oil, $38.25; washing, $32.10; oakum, $32; red lead, $28.38; 

packing, $26.84; timber, $19.92; sundries, $150.64, 440 78 

Dredge No. 120 ($1,016.14)— 

Haggart, F. C: coal at $13, $68.25; sundries, $6.26 74 51 

McDonald, D., services as caretaker, May 18-Dec. 31 ■ 484 35 

McKenty, J.: services, April 1-May 21, $167.74, Jan.-Mar., $195; fare, etc., $14.35 377 09 

Night watchman, $42; pump, etc., $27.15; labour, $6; pine, $5.04 80 19 

Dredge No. 121 ($2,179.34)— 

Captain, A. Bertrand, Oct. 18-Dec. 31, $257.42, winter wages April 1-May 5, $58.06; outlay, 

$23.56 339 04 

Cook, G. Lacoste, $45.91; deckhands, $148.75 194 66 

Bibeau, Alf., services as watchman, May 7-Nov. 27 321 80 

Dion: services as watchman, April $20, as engineer, $33; board, $10.26 63 26 

Travel of crew, $18.85; board of crew paid A. Bertrand, $159.44 178 29 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, at $7.75, $68.51, at $8.50, $54.31; cartage, $11.05 133 87 

Consumers Cordage Co., rope 71 06 

Harbour Commissioners of Montreal: pilotage, 1 d. at $10-, 8 at $5 50 00 

McAuliffe, Davis Lumber Co.: lumber at $50, $286.20; v-joint, $1.37 287 57 

McDougall Caledonian Iron Works Co., repairs, etc '....• 95 14 

Montreal Dry Docks & Ship Repairing Co.: repairs etc. to scow, $94.12; sundry repairs, 

S22.80; cutting away ice, etc., $23.75 f 140 67 

Paint, etc., $37.38; coal, $36.86; iron plates, $35.36; pilotage, $35; carting, $27.30; castings, 

$23.60; bushings, $22.08; sundries, $86.40 303 98 

Dredge No. 123 and tug Archie Steivart ($20,957.41)— 

Captain, I. Cote, April-Mar., 1 m. at $125, 11 at $130, outlay, $57.67 1,612 67 

Asst. runners: W. Banning at $75, $573.39; E. Deschamps at $65, $8.67 582 06 

Cranemen: W. Banning, $50.70; V. Trowse, $546.63 597 33 

Oiler, A. Robillard, $337.54; V. Trowse, $31.20; asst. cook, at $20, $97.42 466 16 

Cook: L. de Chatigny, $177.48; E. Gauthier, $28.69; A. Labonte, $169.20 375 37 

Firemen: J. Gravel, $9.68; F. Money, $350.59 360 27 

Deckhands and scowmen: J. Gravel, $95.47; R. Guerin, $43.74: H. Laviere, $64.76; 

J. Laviere, $64.76; D. Malette, $81.16; J. McFarland, $64.76; R. Morin, $101.93; H. 

St. Denis, $72.26; P. St. Denis, $65.80; small payments, $37.84 692 48 

Watchmen, etc.: W. Banning, $18.33; E. Deschamps, $18.33; W. Ranger, $260; R. Ro- 
billard, $69.68 366 34 

Carried forward 294,586 49 



V— 200 AUDITOh' GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec— Concluded. $ cts. 

Valsscaux dragnenrs: Ontario et Quebec— 1 in. 

Brought forward 294, 586 49 

Dredge No. 123 and tug Archie Stewart — Concluded. 
Crew of tug — 
Captain: N. Bertrand at $82.50, $230.12; S. Body, at $75, $197.50, at $82.50, $207.58, outlay, 

$34.90 

Engineer: J. Williamson, at $70, $175; N. Molleur at $82.50, $410.91 

Firemen: P. Brennan, $90; D. Landry, $175.65; R. Richard, $309.29; small payments, 

$41.54 
Deckhands:' D.' Beauvais, $273.65; J. Gravel , $14.i9; J. Robert! $281 .40 . . . 

Travel of crew, $76; board paid I. Cote, $2,273.21, paid men, $19.50 

Bailey, J., rock elm, at $80, $88.96; Birkett, Thos. & Sons, hardware $76.63 

Builders Sales, steel, $86.36, sundry, $3.18; Canada Starch Co., coal at $7, $1,411.55 

Canadian Import Co., coal at $7.75 

Canadian Steel Foundries: 100 dipper teeth points, $337.40; 3 dipper teeth bases, $124.36; 

dipper lip, $124.61 

Cantin, A.: dockage, 2 lay days, and repairs, $391 ; board of crew, 48 meals, $19.20 

Charette & Frere: fire brick, $6.90; pipe, etc, $6.30; apparent over payment, $6.30 

Consumers Cordage Co.: manilla, 870 lb., $248.39, 146 lb. $50.29; sundries, $19.46 

Davis Dry Dock Co.: 14 ft. life boats, 2 at $131.50; freight, $8.40 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: steel rope, 350 ft., $394.84, 250 ft., $151.90, 86 ft., $58.18; sundries, 

$24.76 

Harbour Commissioners of Montreal: towing, $50; wintering, $16 

Heney, John & Son: coal at $7.75, $271.25, at $12, $8 

Holden Co.: air receiver with fittings, 20 in. diam. x 9 ft. 6 in., $125; sundries, $4.52 

Imperial Oil Co., oil, etc., $65.87; Independent Cordage Co., rope, $125.41 

Murphy, Capt. W. J., pilotage, 15 d., $150; Ottawa Paint Works, paint, etc., $74.36 

Ottawa Boiler and Steel Works: making and fitting new steel spout on boiler of tug, $550; 

steel plate, etc., $46.54 

Powers, P. J. Co.: angle, 920 lb., $64.40; labour, $4.80 

Sincennes-McNaughton Line, towing 

Timber, $86.15; iron, $84.39; coal, $56.07; duck, $48.37; castings, $48.37; machine work, 

$47.50; laundry, $42.91; packing, $42.19; freight, $40.70; cartage, $39.50; smithwork, 

$38.21; methylated spirits, $27; hose, $23; sundries, $236.13. 860 49 

Dredge No. 125 ($6,067.38)— 

Brooks, H. W., teaming, $54.45; Dominion Bridge Co., steel brackets, $1,440 1,494 45 

Builders Sales: iron at 3-35, $235.70, at 3 -4c, $79.22; oakum, $231.25; spikes at $4.85", 

$106.70, sundry $48.76 701 63 

Canadian Steel Foundries: 6 spud keepers and 3 hinges 741 53 

Fleck, A., castings, $86.68; Frothingham & Workman, 3,460 lb. iron, $178.19 264 87 

Law, Gordon, 8 sets deck grates, $64.75; Mason, G. M., pine, $55.32 120 07 

McDougall Caledonian Iron Works Co.: main hoisting drum machine 1,027 00 

Neate, M. C. Lumber Co., pine at $60, $482.85; Ottawa Paint Works, oil, etc., $88.80 571 65 

Ottawa Boiler and Steel Works, supplying hull fittings 700 00 

Customs duties, $92.50; iron, $52.98; gate valves. $46.55; castings, $42.52; plate, etc., 

$37.44; coal, $36; oak, $31.21; freight, $31.14; pine, $26; sundries, $49.84 446 18 

Total "Dredge Vessels: Ontario and Quebec" - 316,558 60 

Charged as follows: — 

New Dredging Plant, Ontario and Quebec (Pago V— 176) 14,278 37 

Dredging, Maritime Provinces (Page V— 177) 1 , 187 55 

Dredging, Ontario and Quebec (Page V— 179) 301,092 68 

Total, as above 316, 558 60 



670 10 


585 91 


616 48 


569 24 


2,368 71 


165 59 


1,501 09 


4,175 69 


586 37 


410 20 


19 50 


318 14 


271 40 


629 68 


66 00 


279 25 


129 52 


191 27 


224 36 


596 54 


69 20 


600 00 






Dredge Vessels: British Columbia— Vaisseaux dragueurs: Colombie-Britannique. 

Dredge "Ajax." 

Conductor, J. M. Newcomb, 10 m. at $140, 2 m. at $155; board of crew, $3,571.10; outlay 

$26.55 5,307 65 

Engineer, G. W. Brown, 10 m. at $130, 2 m. at $149.50; postage, $2 1,601 00 

Craneman, J. Ryan, 8 m. at $90, 4 m. at $100; cook, M. B. Coady, 6 m. at $80, 6 m. at $85. . . 2, 110 00 

Watchmen: J. S. Collins, April 11-Jan. 17, $559.77; J. Walker, April 1918, 7 d., $14 573 77 

Oiler, G. Gorton, 6 m. at $60, 6 m. at $62.50; machinist, S. J. Stapledon, at 50c ser h., 

$1,110.50 ' 1,845 50 

Stewards, $628.37; firemen, $1,61920; deckhands, $2,478.22 4,725 79 

Armstrong Bros, repairs to engine of launch, etc., $178.25; Campbell, Gordon Co., packing, 

$63.13, sundries, $15.19 . ... 256 57 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: 6 h.p, oil engine, $275; No. 6 power force pump, $110; freight 

and cart ge, $22 407 00 

Carried forward 16,827 28 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V — 201 



Dredge Vessels: British Columbia — Continued. $ cts. 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Colombie-Britannique— Suite. 

Brought forward 16,827 28 

Dredge "Ajax" — Concluded. 

Evans, Coleman & Evans: 700 fine brick, $36.50; sundries, $24.53 61 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.: 30 ft. oil conducting hose, $47.63; sundries, $16.17 63 80 

Hawkins & Hayward: 12 guards, $40.50; labour, $33.45; electrical supplies, $64.45 138 40 

Hickman Tye Hardware Co.: 50 lbs. nickel babbitt, $39; 112 lbs. waste, $22.40; sundries, 

$112.20 173 60 

Imperial Oil Co.: fuel oil, 2,690 bbls. at $1.57£, 492 bbls. at $1.59^; royalite oil, 11 cases at 

$2.55, 30 at $2.25; gasoline, 41 cases at $3.20, 6 at $3.35, 3 at $3.55; sundries, $98.43 5,377 39 

Kirk & Co., coal, 17 tons at $6.75, wood, 1 cd., $7.50; Kirkham & Co., groceries, $61.50 183 75 

Logan, W. H.: 6 cones, $24; 6 atomizers, $10.80; sundries, $17.52 52 32 

McQuade, Peter & Son: manilla rope. 818 lbs., $305.88; cotton waste, 417 lbs., $74.06; bbl. 

tar, $20; sundries, $74.39 :........ 474 33 

New Method Laundry, laundry work, $61 .03; Robertson Iron Works, foundry work, $234.65. 295 68 

Powell, Geo. & Sons: 1 doz. cook's cdiats, $18; 4 sections range backs, $13; sundries, $63.90... 94 90 

Prior, E. G. & Co.: cotton waste, 216 lbs. at 20c; 18 ft. waterproof belt, $28.80: sundry 

hardware, etc., $255.91 327 91 

Standard Electric Welding Co.: welding crack in door frame, 24 h. at $12; compressed air 

and equipment, 23 h. at $2; welder's overtime, 54 h. at 90c 382 60 

Staneland Co. , sundry paint and oil 71 01 

Vancouver Engineering Works: cast steel hoisting drum, $1,300; 2 c. i. engine bed housings, 
$856; 2 cast steel dipper teeth for dredge, $373.05; cast steel, $1,001.79; labour, $609.95; 

annealing, 12,761 lbs., $127.61; sundries, $104.94 , 4,373 34 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co. : docking, overhauling and repairing dredge and scows, $8,585.78 ; 
supplying tank, 6 ft. dia. x45 ft. long, $1,500; repairs to lips of dipper, $585; fuel oil, 529 

bbls. at $1.55; sundries, $183.65 11,674 38 

Small payments: smithwork, $41.95; coal, b\ tons, $30.25; cartage and storage, $26.48; iron 
hood for launch, $23.50; 10 lbs. metallic packing, $22.50; 12 valve diaphragms, $21; sun- 
dries, $129.27 294 95 

Dredge "Bittern." 

Conductor and watchman; H. A. McCarthy, April 1-Sept. 21, Feb.-Mar. at $50, $385, Sept. 23- 

Jan. 31 at $125, $533.33; board, $111.35; outlay, $11.35 1,041 03 

Wood, Vallance Hardware Co.: boiled oil, 43-44 gals, at $1.80; white lead, 250 lbs. at 22c; 

sundries, $34.09 167 29 

Small payments: 10 boiler tubes, $47.50; sundries, $20.49 67 99 

Dredge "Fruhling." 

Captain, J. F.Gosse, 6 m. at $140, 4 m. at $150, 2 m. at $165; board of crew, $4,916.15; outlay, 

$25 .35 6, 711 50 

First engineer, M. Honour, 10 m. at $130, 2 m. at $149.50, outlay, $2.05 1,601 05 

Second engineer, T. Taylor, 10 m. at $105, 2 m. at $120.75 1,291 50 

Third engineers: C. Dickinson, April-Feb., 10 m. at $80, 1 m. at $92; H. Hiellieson, Mar., 29d., 

$86.06 978 06 

First mates: J. B. Peters, April-Jan., Feb. 24 d., Mar. 23 d., $1159.90; R. Gunn, Mar. 7 d., 

$22.58 1, 182 48 

Second mate, R. Gunn, April 1-Mar. 24, $883.06; operator, E. Storm, y., $960 1,843 06 

Cook, W Stebbs, 6 m. at $80, 6 m. at $85; watchman, J. Lynn, y., $720, lodging allowance, 

$17.15 1,727 15 

Wheelmen: F. Postlewaithe, April 1-July 7, $225.80; A. Peters, July 8-Mar. 31, $614.19 839 99 

Machinist, $1,173.33; stewards, $620.29; oilers, $1,470; firemen, $2,200.95; deckhands, 

$1,286.66 6,751 23 

B. C. Marine, Ltd.: docking for repairs to hopper chains, $250; cleaning, scraping, wire- 
brushing and painting, $600; one lay day, $100; steel, 618 lbs. at lie; running wire and 
supplying electric current, Dec. 1-Jan. 12, $61.90; water, $17.50; labour, $132.58; mater- 
ials, $65.74 1,295 70 

Brunette Saw-mill Co.: 500 ft. v joint, $16; sundry lumber, $46.02 62 02 

Campbell-Gordon Co.: sundry packing, $78.68; sundries, $32.43 Ill 11 

Cunningham Hardware Co., hardware, $56.10; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., water hose 

14 ft., $165 .62 221 72 

Gilley Bros.: hoisting drum's and shafts, $60; coal, 4 tons at $7.25, 13 at $8.75, 4 at $9.05; sun- 
dries, $9.33 248 28 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd.: 28 ft. of 12 inch high pressure hose 301 84 

Heaps Engineering Company: repairing pumps, $295.54; plunger pump for water cooling, 

$11.25 - 306 79 

Imperial Oil Co.: fuel oil, 5, 970 bbls. at $1.57 J, 2, 329-5 bbls. at $1.59§; engine oil, 432- 3 gals, at 
43c, 224-6 gals, at 36c; royalite oil, 184 gals, at 18£c., 46 at 19£c, 43 at 26|c; gasoline, 4 
cases at $3.20; cup grease, 337 lbs. at 8- 15c; sundries, $14.87 13,494 80 

Carried forward 81,111 26 



v _202 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 19>9 



Dredge Vessels: British Columbia— Continued. $ cts. 

Valsseaux dragueurs: Colombie-Britannique— Suite. 

_ , 81,111 26 

Brought forward 

Dredge "Fruhling"— Concluded. 

Jameson R. < !. & < '<».: paint. 10 gals, at S2.20, 50 gals, at $2.30 10 gals at $2£5; linseed oil 

20 Sis at $1 15, 8 at $1.50; white lead, 550 lbs. at 14-7c; dry red lead, 200 lbs. at 14c.; ^ ^ 

I o\ -nn- |i making S spar buoys and cement anchors complete • • • •• • 140 00 

KSS?*: F.; bronse brushing, 190 lbs. at 50c; sundries $ 19 [; less, 190 lbs. scrap brass, $38.. 76 00 

New Westminister City: water $159.79; electric light $46.70. . •• • ■ ■ ■ ■ • • ■ • • ■ f"> *» 

Ross & Howard Iron Works: 16 inch side outlet tee, $150; pattern-makers, 33| h .at 81.85. 211 98 

Royal I City Laundry, laundrywork, $79.38; Union Oil Co. of California, fuel oil, 630-79 brls. j ^ ^ 

Trapn T' 5 J *& Co.V manilla rope, 33 lbs', at ftfte'.; 145 at 40c.',' 364 at 39c', '47* at 37c'.; white 
cotton waste, 331 lbs. at 19c. 258 lbs. at 18c ; canvas, 2C ) yds. at $2.26; mason pump regula- 

tor S16 95- 50 tungsten lamps, $19.80; sundries, $268.60 if" r\ A 71 

Vancouver Engi nS Works: cast steel 3,669 lbs. at 9c; labour, $279.50; cartage, $5. . . . 614 71 

Webb & GiffSrd: 27 lbs. babbitt, $18.90; 2 pistons, $12.50; sundries, $19.60 51 00 

Welsh, C. A. Ltd., groceries 173 34 

lbs. at 71c; water, $14.50; sundries, $97.25 , • zo ° 00 



Captain, J. McDonald: April 1-Nov. 7, Dec ,28 Id., Feb. 18-Mar 31, $1,429.41; watchman, Jan. 

1-Feb. 17, 8160.71; board of crew, $1,359.71; outlay, $66.73. ■•■■'••■ ■ -.- ■ ■ • ■ • ■ • • ■ ■ ■ • d ' ulD D0 
Engineers: F. Coulter, April 1-Nov. 4, $673.33; W. McLean, Nov. 3 d., Dec 14 d., Feb. 18- ^ ^ 

Cook^ bS; ApViLSept:,' $460'; A/si Brown! Oct:,' Nov'. 7 dWDec.' fid.," $134.80;' J. A. 

Nicol, Feb. 18-Mar. 31, $111.43 ■ • • ■ • ■ • ■ ■ ■ ■ ' i 550 7? 

Firemen, S623. 96; deckhands, J870 26; carpenter, $13 50; labourer, $45 ;•".«; ' 1 *§?f nn 

Bassett, F. H., wood, 10 cds. at $6; Penticton Dray & Express Co., drayage, etc., $lol 211 00 

Carless C. T,: wood, 2 cds. at $5.50, 13 at $5, 7 at $4.50, 1 at $4; cartage, f UK) . .. . . . . . ... 113 00 

Penticton Hardware Co.: manilla rope, 483 lbs. at 41c; spur gear for engine, $44.10, pinion for 

engine, $21.95; iron, 226 lbs. at 7£c; sundries, $169.53 jgO 00 

Ltl. y payX k „i S WO stit^k,t39 5 30;- .abour,' J30.13; 3 P r, rubber boots. WJH sundries, 

$19.05 

Dredge "King Edward." 

Captain, J. W. Rogers, 6 m. *t $140, 4 m. at $150, 2 m. at $165; board of crew, $5084.72; travel ^ 

and outlay, $52.80 • • • • • • ■ ■' I'sQQ 00 

Chief engineer, Wm. Rogers, 10 m. at $130, 2 m. at $149 50 • • • • .■■•• ■■ 1 077 29 

Second engineer: J. B. Brown, April L-Sept. .26, Oct., $618; sundry, $459.29 . . . . . . . . . • • ■ ■ • 1,U" ™ 

ThTrd engfneers: J. R. Mcintosh, April 1-Sept. 26, Nov. 7 d., $461: K. J. McLeod, Sept. 27- ^ ^ 

Mate A! j! BdL e'm.'at $85,'6 m.'at $90;' blacksmith, D. Carrie, 6 m. at $80, 6 m! at $85'. \ \ '. 2, 040 00 
Operators: D. W. Matheson, Apr. 1-Nov. 7, $651: H. Sacret, Nov. 8-Mar 31, W29.... . . . . . . . . 1.080 00 

First cook, E. J. P. King, 6 m. at $80, 6 m. at $85; second cook, Wm. Scott, 6 m. at $50, 6 m. ^^ ^ 

Watchmen:' 3. McCracken, April-May, $130,' J. Kean,'june'l-July 5," S75.48; M.Doucet,' July 6- ' ^ ^ 

Firemen a^S^/m. 66;' deckhands $3,571.08^ 6,428 96 

Allan & McKelvie: brass castings, 49 lbs. at 45c; labour, 40 h. at $1.25, 15* h. at $1.50, sun ^ ^ 

Anderson 'f Lusby: manila rope; 305 lbs. "at 39c; cotton' waste, 115 lbs.' at' 18c;' mild "steel, - 

207 lbs. at $6.10, 558 lbs. at $6.40; sundries $90. 95... ...... ■••••■■• ■••••; ■ ■ ■• • — ; v f ' " 

British Columbia Marine Ltd-.: use of floating derrick with hoist, etc, $120 services of diver 
and gear, $50; docking scow, $35; lay day, $15; use of acetylene welding plant, etc., $131.25, 

labour, $370.06; materials, $275.31; sundries, $45.50 • - ., 

Brunette Saw Mill Co.: 900 ft. fir, $37; sundries, $38.43 99 51 

Campbell-Gordon Co.: packing $94.35; jointing, $5.16. . . . . . . . • • • ■ • • • v •; S1 W J flt * 10 ' " H6 00 

Frascr River Pile Driving Co. : supplying and driving piles 40 ft. long 8 at $12 5 at $10 . ^. 

Gilley Bros. Ltd.: coal, 15 tons at $8. 25, 7 at $8. 05, 2at$7.75, 2at$7.50, 5at$7.2o, blacksmitn ^ ^ 

coal, 2i tons, $68,25; cement, $1 -•-.„ j' "iiiig 971 44 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.: 25 dredge sleeves, $955 02; sundry $ 16. 42 ■ ••"-••; ■•■■••■■ 

Heaps Engineering Co.: mild steel, 539 lbs. at 7c; piston ring, $21; labour, $294.96, sundry, ^ ^ 

Imperial Oil" Company: 'fuel oil/ii 158i'brls.' at $V M+M* brls.'at" KM i'*ffijjh 

178-5 gals at lSJc, 92 gals at 19*c, 42-5 gals, at 25^.; engine oil, 40-8 gals, at 42c, 222 1 g ^ ^ 

gals, at 68c; sundries, $47.80 ' 

^ . , , 127,517 39 

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Dredge Vessels: British Columbia — Continued. $ cts 

Vaisseaux dragueurs : Colombie-Britannique — Suite. 

Brought forward 127, 517 39 

Dredge "King Edward" — Concluded. 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co.: paint, 12 gal. at $2.40, 12 gal. at $2.30; white lead, 200 lb., $29.40; 

red lead, 100 lb., $14; sundries, $32.45 ' 132 25 

Protective & Owners, 82 brl. fuel oil, $123; Royal City Laundry, laundry work, $84.57 207 57 

Ross & Howard Iron Works Co.: castings, 2,272 lb. at 8c; labour, $139.40; making 2 steel 

discharge elbows, $200; sundries, $23 .38 544 54 

Simson, Balkwill & Co.: 200 ft. wire rope, $20; 2 bales oakum, $19; sundries, $12.15 51 15 

Trapp, T. J. & Co.: cotton waste, 102 lb. at 19c, 113 lb. at 18c; iron, 458 lb., $30.99; packing, 

14 lb. 6 oz., $21.56; tool steel bits, 4 doz., at $8.65; canvas, 15 yd., $20.85; 2 bales oakum, 

$19; 36 electric lamps, $14.40; sundries, $438.90 620 02 

Union Oil Co. of California, fuel oil, 105-02 brl. at $1 .52^ 160 16 

Vancouver Engineering Works: cast steel, 7,878 lb. at 9c; labour, $505.66; shaft, 270 lb. at 

10c; sundries, $42.47 1,284 15 

Vulcan Iron Works: 100 seamless boiler tubes, *, 600 ft. at 90c; cartage, $14.70 1,454 70 

Webb & Gifford, repairs, $87.95; Welsh. C. A., groceries, $72.75 160 70 

Wood, Vallance & Leggat: water proof leather belting, 19 ft. 5x2 ply, 15 ft. 2|x2 ply, 

$56. 10; freight, 35c 56 45 

Small payments: bronze collars, bushings, etc., $43.73; 12 cones, $42; 200 ft. steel wire rope, 

$47.25; Foster reducing valve, $24.30; cartage, $24.25; laundry work, $22.12; paint, $22.65; 

1 doz. atomizers, $21.60; machinist, 8 d., $21.33; 2 tons coal, $18; 897 ft. lumber, $15.25; 

sundries, $103.65 ". 406 13 

Dredge "Mastodon." 

Masters: Albert W. Dawe, 6 m. at $140, 4 m. at $150, 2 m. at $165, outlay, $5; W. Kirkwood, 

April 1-May 7, $165.48 1,940 48 

Mate, A. Campbell, April 1-May 5, at $90, $104.52, May 6-Mar. 31 at $100, $1,083.87 1, 188 39 

Chief engineer, T. Walker, 10 m. at $130, 2 m. at $149.50 1,599 00 

Second engineer, J. Dick, 10 m. at $105, 2 m. at $120.75 1,291 50 

Engineers of runabout: A. Fraser, April 1-Nov. 26, $796; R. Todd, Nov. 27-Mar. 31, $413.33. 1,209 33 
Cooks: E. Thompson, April 1-Sept. 1, $402.66; A. McLean, Sept. 2-Nov. 27, $238.83; Thos. 

Wilkinson, Nov. 28-Mar. 31, $348.50 989 99 

Deckhands and scowmen, $2,595.05; firemen, $2,581 .70; winchmen, $2,484.99; oileTS, $809.44; 
boatswain, $720; watchmen, $712.25; stewards, $629.97; donkeymen, $600.60; machinists, 

$267.11 : 11,401 11 

Board of crew, Albert W. Dawe 5, 613 45 

Allan & McKelvie: brass castings, 50 lb. at 50c; labour, 16 h. at $1 .50; sundries, $10.27 59 27 

B. C. Marine, Ltd.: docking, cleaning and painting dredge and scows, $3,748.62; 9 lay days, 
$135; cutting out and renewing 337 rivets in 6 buckets, $387.55; boring and fitting bushings 
in 21 buckets and 17 links, $753.50; pipe castings, 3,600 lb. at 8Jc; steel plate, 1,950 lb. 
at lie; forging steel, 290 lb. at 10c; iron, 425 lb. at 10c; use of acetylene cutting plant, 
56 h. at $3.50, 16 h. at $5; air supplied (use of machine and operator), 82 h. at $2, 14 h. 
at $1 ; oxygen used, 1, 250 cu. ft. at 5c; lumber, $229. 74;labour, $1,794.51; sundries, $1,852.18 9,998 50 

Campbell-Gordon Co.: packing, $32.57; cotton waste, 100 lb. at 18c; sundries, $67.62 118 19 

City Wharf Co., Ltd.: wharfage on boats and rent of stores, $300; coal, 20-5 tons at $7.50, 20 

at $7, 10 at $6; water supplied, $20 673 75 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: 1,200 ft. galv. hawser, $417.48; freight, etc., $23.45 440 93 

Gibson's, Limited, hand made dredge chain, 11,616 lb. at 12§c 1,452 00 

Imperial Oil Co.: fuel oil, 2, 659-75 brl. at $1 .57|, 940-65 brl. at $1 .59|'; engine distillate, 3,034 
gal. at 18c, 861 at 16c; mobiloil, 16 gal. at $1 .08f , 20 at 93|c, 48 at 90c; engine oil, 253-3 

gal. at 68c; royalite oil, 27 cases at $2.25; sundries, $72.27 6,757 90 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co.: paint, 96 gal. at $2.30, 5 at $2.75, 5 (white) at $4; linseed oil, 15 gal. 

at $1.45; white lead, 100 lb., $14.70; sundries, $35.68 326 68 

London Grocery Co., groceries, $52.65; Model Steam Laundry, laundry work, $78.29 130 94 

Menchions, W. R.: docking and overhauling launch, $175; hauling out twice and time on ways, 

$20; paint, 3 gal. at $4; labour, 141-5 h. at $1; sundries, $30.96 379 46 

Peacock Brothers, supply of pins and bushes '. 6, 002 52 

Peerless Steam Laundry, laundry work, $59.78; Union Oil Co. of California, fuel oil, 887-52 

brl. at $1 .52* 1,413 25 

Progressive Engineering Works: cylinder head, $40; sundries, $18 .25 58 25 

Ross & Howard Iron Works Co.: 40 steel bucket pins, 40 washers and 40 split pins, $1,450; 

making up 2 wild cats complete, $300; 2 steel knees for wild cats, $18.75; installing wild 

cats, $63.70; split pins, 290 lb. at 8c; blacksmith and helper, 36 h. at $2; sundries, $29.50. . 1,957 15 

Simson, Balkwill & Co.: wire rope, 120 ft. at 24c, 1,800 ft. at 50c; 50 zinc plates, 1,000 lb. 

at 28c; four 15-fathom lengths chain, 4,071 lb. at 7c; galv. screw anchor shackles, 12 

at $4; manilla rope, 223 lb. at 31c; sundries, $69.17 1,680 07 

Vancouver Engineering Works, Ltd.: lower tumbler complete of cast steel and 1 spare cast iron 
bushing, $2,100; 100 special bolts, $77; 20 special bolts, 2-in. diameter, $145; steel shafts, 
3,120 lb. at 9^c; cast steel, 55,191 lb. at 9c; iron, 3,732 lb. at 5c, 325 lb. at 8c; labour, 
$1,881.10; sundries, $102.69 9,781 98 

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V — 204 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dredge Vessels: British Columbia— Continued. $ cts. 

Valsseaux dragueurs: Colombie-Britannique— Suite. 

Brought forward 199,059 30 

Dredge "Mastodon" — Concluded. 

Vancouver Forge Co., Ltd.: forging new anchor stock, $154; making new grappling hook, $27. . 181 00 

Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co.: 9 men and driver, 59 h., $378.12; piling, 3,390 • 

ft at 12c galv. wire rope, 870 ft. at 37c, 430 ft. at 27c; staples, 167 at 15c 1,247 97 

Vancouver Shipyard, Ltd.: labour, 46 h. at $1, 11 h. at 60c; supplies, $3.40 06 00 

Wallace Shipyards: repairs to tumbler shaft and bushes, etc., $256.35; renewing broken quarter 

chock, $285; anchor buoy, $55; use of diving outfit and crew, $55; repairs to derrick scow, 

$45; 3 chain slings, $40; labour, $113.77; sundries, $37.79 • • v • • 887 91 

Wood, Vallance & Leggat: manila rope, 836 lb., $319.51; excelsior, 107 lb., $19.26; sundries, 

$100 52 

Small payments: kitchen utensils,' $38 .05; 200 lb. cotton waste, $38; electrical supplies, $24 .44; 

12 cook's coats, $24; hardware, $21 .30; sundries, $124.90 270 69 



Dredge "Mudlark." 

Conductor, Thos. H. Brown, 10 m. at $140, 2 m. at $155; board of crew, $3,115.35; travel 

and outlay , $67 . 64 f ' ?oq no 

Engineer, J. H. Grant, 10 m. at $130, 2 m. at $149.50 • • • • • .••• • • • 1.599 00 

Cranemen:G.Cruickshank, April-Dec, 8 m. at $90, lm. at $100; C. Kneale, May, 9 d., $26.13, 

Jan.-Mar., 3 m. at $100 • • • • ■ • • • 1, 146 Id 

Firemen and oilers, $2,584.77; cooks, $1,050.47; deckhands, $966.63; scowmen, $855.15; 

stewards, $647.68; handymen, $260; watchman, $85.16 ....... . . v . • • • • • ■ °,449 »<-> 

Anderson & Lusby: manila rope, 225 lb. at 39c; bale of waste, $26.62; sundries, $50.04 164 41 

Armstrong Bros., overhauling and necessary repairs to launch and rowboat <b »j> 

Canadian Engine & Supply Co.: centrifugal pump, $225; sundry, 75c H !& 

Evans, Coleman & Evans: coal sacks, 400 at 16c; cartage, $1 • . ■ ... -, ™ «" 

Fraser, Walter S. & Co., Ltd.: black wire rope, 50 ft. at $1 . 10; hardware, etc $31 2o. ... . . . 86 25 

Gibson's, Limited: chain, 1,733 lb. at 14c, 1,809 lb. at 15c; chain shackles, 19 at $2.20; 

anchor shackles, 34 at $2.20 £>u %' 

Gilley Bros., Ltd., coal, 75 tons at $7.55 • • • ■ ?bb jb 

Hawkins & Hay ward: repairs to lights and wiring, $132.19; sundry, $14.90 to nn 

Hayward & Dods: 30 ft. stovepipe, $38; iron enamel sink, $14 ■,;••.;■•„■ : b U 

Imperial Oil, Ltd.: gasoline, 62 cases at $3.20, 6 at $3.35, 1 at $3.90; royalite oil, 22 cases at 

$2.25, 2 at $2.50; engine oil, 78-5 gal. at 68c; castor oil, 43-9 gal. at 32c; sundry, $28.60. . 372 53 

Kirk & Company: lump coal, 360 tons at $6.75, 40 tons at $6.50; coal sacks, 85 at 24c. . . . . . . . • A71U 4U 

Kirkham, H. O. & Co., groceries, $92.85; Newton, Keen & Townley, wire rope, 560 ft. at 

McQuade! a pe^er'& Son: manilla rope," 1^ 882' lb.' at 39c'.,' 422 lb. at 33c; cotton waste, 325 lb. 
at 18c, 100 lb. at 17c; 2 brl. pine tar, $38.50; anchor shackles, 14 at $2.25; metal babbit, 

56 lb. at 40c; zinc plates, 55 lb. at 28c; sundries, $214.28 L^g *{ 

Pacific Sheet Metal Works: 4 galv. iron cans, $49 .85; meat tray, $8 ■■ £' g 

Restmore Manufacturing Co.: 12 cotton top slabs, $30; pillows, mattresses, etc., $20.90 w w 

Robertson Iron Works, sundry foundry work, and smith work y g «j 

Spencer, David, chairs, linoleum and other furnishings £* ™ 

Staneland Company: khaki paint, 100 gal. at $2.15; sundries, $62.53 on nn 

Turpel, William & Son, making up stern spud •■• ■ • • • • • • • ■ : • • _ onQC A in ai 

Vancouver Engineering Works, Ltd.: cast steel, 3, 152 lb. at 9c; labour, $97.35; sundries, $29.38 410 41 

Veitch, T. B.: diver, 3 d. at $15; travel and outlay, $9.25 ................. ■•••••• ■ • M lt> 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co.: hauling, launching, cleaning and painting dredge, $1,9/5,/ 
bunk scows, $75; hauling, launching and renewing door on scow, $220; repairs to doors in 
pockets, $161 .46; foundry work, $74.64; repairs to bucket, $57.85; 30 rivets, $37.50; water, 

$46; sundry repairs, $1,581 .73 • • ■ • ;••••• • 4,^9 i» 

Yarrows, Limited: docking, cleaning, painting and repairs to scows, $675; renewing lb pr. or 
bridles, $1,040, less $135.75 credit for 905 lb. chain, $904.25; repairing doors, $327.65; 

repairing doors and renewing planks, $228.85; sundries, $60.50. m m ik'\" ' J ' ' ' 

Small payments: hardware, $64.49; electrical supplies, $52.07; kitchen ware, $43 70; laundry 

work, $39.35; packing, $29.40; groceries, $19.60; water, $16.51; sundries, $141 .17 406 29 

Dredge "Sheldrake." 

Conductor, R. McWhirter, y., $1,500; engineer, W. H. Walker, y., SI, 200 •••••;.■ — •■ — 2 ' 700 00 
Craneman, $644.29; fireman, $439.97; cooks, $466.85; watchman, $223.50; deckhands, $626.29; 

carpenter, $12 *>%l{ JV 

Board of crew, $1,641 .35; travel and outlay of R. McWhirter, $144.09 L '»;> JJ 

Abriel, Thos.: coal, 106-2 tons at $7.45; wood, 11 cords, $50; cartage, etc, $2-75 oco en 

Bulger, D. T.: construction of barge, $240; unloading coal, 107 tons at 40c. • ^ »" 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: rental of deck of barge No. 44. $214 .50; coal, 33 tons at J5.4-2; 

repairs to tug Dorothy Symons, $85 . 30 4/8 0D 

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PUBLW WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 205 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: British Columbia— Continued. $ cts. 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Colombie-Britajnnique— Suite. 

Brought forward 240, 464 54 

Dredge "Sheldrake" — Concluded. 

Coolidge, L. H. & Co., cast iron propeller, $68.75; Fitzsimmons, J., moving dredge, IS h. 

at $5 143 75 

Gilmour, Hugh B., purchase price of tug Dorothy Symons 800 00 

Jordan, F. W. & Co.: paint, 6 gal. at $4.75, 6 gal. at $4.30; 3 mattresses, $17.85; sundries, 

$82 . 25 154 40 

McFarland, D. A., coal, 47 tons at 15.75 270 25 

Nelson Iron Works, Ltd.: new blade shoes, 361 lb. at 45c; steel travelling rack, 180 lb. at 

39c; brass bushings, 46 lb. at 50c; bracket castings, 400 lb. at 5c; labour, 673 h. at $1; 

sundries, $135.45 > - 1,084 10 

Wagstaff & Vestrup: plow-steel wire rope, 500 ft. at 68c; asbestos, 600 lb. at 4|c; 50 ft. hose, 

125; waste, 100 lb., $22; galv. smoke-stack, 12 ft., $21; permanite packing, 13 lb. at $1.60; 

2 sets piston rings for engine, $46; sundries, $280.71 781 01 

Small payments: wood, 13 cords, $62; blacksmith work, $33.50; 2 sets oak lagging, $23; sun- ■ 

dries, $30.86 * ."•: 149 36 

Dredge " Victoria ". 

Captains: M. Strutt, April 1-June 12, $240; G. A. Kribs, June 13-Oct. 11, $395.48. 635 48 

Engineer, $457.25; spudmen, $365.80; watchmen, $365.80; cooks, $361.92; deckhands, 

$264.50 1,815 27 

Board of crew: Geo. A. Kribs, $511.70; M. Strutt, $256.20, outlay, $2.25 770 15 

Courtenay Saw Mill, coal, 42 tons at $6; Evans, Coleman & Evans, 2, 000 ft. wire rope, $390 642 00 

Imperial Oil Company: palacine oil, 4 cases at $2.95; gasoline, 4 cases at $3.55; royalite oil, 5 

cases at $2 . 70; sundries, $11.31 50 81 

Turpel, William & Sons: docking, cleaning and painting, $200; taking out and cleaning plank 

in corners of pockets, $500; lumber, $66.42; caulking, $43; sundry repairs, $1, 139.90 1, 949 32 

Vancouver Engineering Works: use of small lathe and operator, 42 h. at $1.25; cast steel, 137 

lb. at 9c; sundries, $6.80 71 63 

Western Fuel Company, coal, 13 tons at $5 . 50, 13 tons at $4 . 50 130 00 

Small payments: towage, $73; 3 sets range fire linings, $21; hardware, $21; groceries, 

$19.45; laundrywork, $15 .87; sundries, $48.28 198 60 

"Lobnitz' 7 Rockbreaker No. 1. 

Conductor, A. M. Aitken, 6 m. at $125, 4 m. at $130, 2 m. at $145; board of crew, $2,604.45; 

travel and outlay, $19. 10 4, 183 55 

Engineers, J. Fowler, April-June, 3 m. at $110; C. Dodshon, July-Mar., 7 m. at $100, 2 at 

$115 1 , 260 00 

Operators: C. Dodshon, April- June, 3 m. at $85; T. Ash, July-Mar., 3 m. at $80, 6 m. at $90. . 1,035 00 

Cook, W. Wood, 6 m. at $75, 6 m. at $80; winchman, H. Rivers, 6 m. at $60, 6 m. at $65 1,680 00 

Firemen, $1,979.17; spudmen, $750; launchmen, $1,084.84; watchman, $205.16 4,019 17 

Armstrong Bros, repairs to launch, $400.55; Ashton & Farrow, plumbing, $54.40 454 95 

British America Paint Co.: paint, 8 gal. at $3.25, 6 gal. at $3.10; sundries, $19.83 64 43 

Canadian Explosives Ltd.: dynamite, 200 lb. at $43.75; friction tape, 26c 87 76 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: best plow-steel hoisting rope, 6 lengths of lf-in., 180 ft. each, 

$2,138.27; 6 reels, $22.05 2,160 32 

Imperial Oil Company, Ltd.: fuel oil, 1,354 brl. at $1,571, 363-5 brl. at $1.59i; engine distillate, 

92-5 gal. at 16§c, 1,493 gal. at 18c; mobiloil, 32 gal. at $1.08f, 16 at 93|c, 44 at 90c; 

royalite, oil, 93 gal. at 19$c, 342-5 gal. at 18^c; gasoline, 22 cases at $3.20; sundries, 

$14.30 

Jameson, Rolfe & Willis: Buffalo points, 72, $28.80; sundry repairs, $33.20 

King Brothers: duty on chisel points and rings, $295 . 20; entry, $3 

Kirk & Company, Ltd., coal, 15-55 ton at $6.75, 2 ton at $6.50 

Kirkham& Co., groceries, $79.73; McTavishBros., duty on chisel points and rings, $171 

Lobnitz & Co.: 11 chisel points and rings, $3, 164.71; 16 chisel guide springs, $95.08 

McQuade & Son: cotton waste, 100 lb. at 17c, 200 at 18c, 50 at 20c; galv. wire rope, 360 lb. 

at 20c; sundries, $45.07 - 

Prior, E. G. & Co.: white waste, 112 lb. at 20c; galv. flex, cable, 400 ft. at 12c; sundries, $30.86 

Simson, Balkwill & Co.: zinc plates, 218 lb. at 28c; sundries, $6.46 

Turpel, Emerson, stem spuds trimmed to size, painted, cracks filled, etc 

Turpel, Wm. & Son, docking, cleaning, painting, etc 

Vancouver Shipyard Ltd.: set of clutch gears, $65; water jacketed exhaust manifold, $50; 

sundry, $1 . 30 

Veitch, Thomas B.: diver, 5? d. at $15; pumpmen, 5 d. at $4 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co.: fuel oil, 287 brl. at $1.55; renewing bolts and corner blocks 

in chisel guide, $40.61; square stern spuds, $25; 8 guide bolts, $18.85; sundries, $71.84. ... 601 15 

Yarrows Limited : repairing damage caused by collision with Tug Dreadful, $1,975; docking 

and repairs, $2,875; sundries, $633.62 5,483 62 

Small payments: diver's tender, 5| d., $27.50; hardware, $30.83; linoleum, 33£ yd., $30.15; 

laundrywork, $25.91; water, $23.04; smithwork, $19.70; carpenter, 5 d., $20; 6 spirals 

for oil burners, $19.50; 25 ft. Goodyear steamhose, $18.33; cartage, $19.92; new sink, 

$14.50; sundries, $152.24 401 62 



,251 81 


62 00 


298 20 


118 05 


250 73 


,259 79 


180 07 


101 26 


67 50 


300 00 


63 50 


116 30 


102 50 



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v __ 206 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Dredge Vessels: British Columbia/-Continued. * cts - 

Vaisseaux dragucurs: Colombie-Britannlque— Suite. 

279,713 95 

Brought forward 






Lobnitz" Reck breaker No. 2. 



Conductor, Hy. McKenaie, m. at $125, 4 m. at $130. 2 m. at $145; board of crew, $2,498.40; ^ gQ 

$35; travel and outlay, $12 ...... 67 85 

1 Bros exhaust manifold for 35 h.p. engine. . • • • • "ijii'ii Q*U 95 

^feo : ;e„ gi neon^ "^ » 



6 reels, $16 17. • ■ ■ • •••••■ • • • • • -i-Jin Ni; ll & \U '_''[' 149 86 



Esquimalt , & Nanaimo 'Railway Co., wire rope ,6, 350 lb at .$2.36 . . g( , 

20c., 1 , 345 at 21*c. ; sundries, $56 98 . v . . . . . . . . . . • • ■ • • ■ ••;■•• 2uide ' sprinKS '$97 .96 2, 690 52 

Lobnitz & Co., Ltd.: 9 chisel points and rings, $2 592.56, lb chisel guide springs, »»< ^ ^ 

McGirr, W., duty on chisel points, rings and guide springs .•;.•.•;;.'.'.' 258 95 

hose, $18.40; 100 lb. waste, $18; sundries, $172.08 

Tug " Petrel." 

Master. Hugh Fletcher; 10 m. at $115, 2 m. at $132.25; board of crew, $1,956.45; travel and ^ ^ 

EnguTe'S' fE^cacock; April-6ct.','7 m. at llobV L Lovely, Oct.-Mar., 4 m. at $100, 2 m. ( . ^ ^ 

Firemenlnd oilers, $1,465.96V deck handy,$l,24332; cooks ; $869 99 3,579 27 

l^^^f^^^^^^^^ ^arfagc'and water,^! \... 94 00 

M^TM;?^^ 2 , 89555 

Wood,Vai.a^ 1 &leggat:mani I aropc,10951^ 429 81 

Tug " Point Ellice." 

Captain, R.McMicking: 10 m. at $115 s2 m at $132 26; board of men, $2,061.70; outlay, 55c.. 3 476 75 

Engineer, F. Pamphlet, 10 m. at $115, 2 m at $132. 2o 870 00 

Cook, C. Hughes, 6 m. at $70, 6 m. at $75 . •• ■•^■•LL'jJ. 3,457 27 

^^»ft@*p S'SSk^^^oii 40, g.: 97 37 

Kirk TcTlLp coal, 12 ton at $6.75;' Powei. River ^ fuel oil, 110 brl. at $2 SOMJO 

335,409! 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 207 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dredge Vessels: British Columbia— Continued. $ cts 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Colombie-Britannique— Suite. 

Brought forward 335,409 86 

Tug "Point Ellice "—Concluded. 

McQuade, Peter & Son: manila rope, 1,648 lb. at 33c, 41 lb. at 34c.; cotton waste, 308 lb. 
at 18c; zinc plates, 148 lb. at 28c, 150 lb. at 25c; nickel babbitt, 56 lb. at 74c; sundries, 
$66 . 11 799 71 

Staneland Co.: paint, 14 gal. at $2.50, 6 at $2.20, 15 at $2.25, 4 at $2.10; sundries, $52.99 143 34 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co.: fuel' oil, 351 brl. at $1.55; 12 fenders, $129; 8 springs, $28.15; 

sundries, $3 .88 705 08 

Small payments: water, $58.44; asbestos packing, $42.87; 100 ft. wire rope, $36; 4 cases soap, 
$25.25; laundry work, $24.33; 50 ft. hose, $18.02; 10 atomizers, $18; 6 balls marline, 
$15.60; sundries, $151 .36 389 87 

Tug ''Point Garry." 

Master, J. C. Embree, 10 m. at $100, 2 m. at $115 v '. . 1,230 00 

Engineers: H. Sacret, April 1-Nov. 7, $651; F. Banks, Nov. 8-Mar. 31, $456 1, 107 00 

Board of crew, J. W. Rogers 517 20 

Ferrie & Lucas: 5 h.p. stationary engine, $441.45; inside friction band for engine, $68.70; 

100 platinoid points, $25; sundries, $2.75; less $75 for old engine 462 90 

Heaps Engineering Company: lining up engine, removing old tail shaft, babbitting stern 

bearing, etc., $122.98; sundries, $24 146 98 

Imperial Oil Ltd.: engine distillate, 180 gal. at 21c, 3,009-6 gal. at 18c, 711-9 gal. at 16§c. ; 

gasolene, 884-8 gal. at 30c, 2 cases at $3.55; mobiloil, 64 gal., $62.40 1,031 91 

Star Shipyard Co.: docking and painting, $65; 13 lay days, $130; labour, 601$ d. at $1; fir, 

988 ft. at $40; sundries, $54.36 890 38 

Webb & Gifford: making up and fitting set of nickle crome gears complete, $121; sundries, 

$73.85 194 85 

Small payments: rubber case for battery, $14.50; sundries, $101 .71 116 21 

Tug "Point Grey." 

Master, W. Best: 10 m. at $115, 1 m. at $132.25, 1 m. at $132.50; board of crews, $2,327.40. . . 3,742 15 

Engineer, L. A. McAlpine, 10 m. at $115, 1 m. at $132.25, 1 m. at $132.50 1,414 75 

Cooks: J. Cessford, April, $70; R. Robinson, May 11 d., $22.58; G. Owens, May 11-July 31, 

$187.42; A. F. St. Quinlen, Aug.-Mar., $590 870 00 

Boatswain, F. Roberts, 6 m. at $55, 6 m. at $60; oiler, B. McDean, April 1-May 21, $100.64 790 64 

Firemen, $2,126.76; deckhands, $1,260 3,386 76 

Bailie & Co., H.: asbestos rope, 28$ lb. at $1.20; labour, 28 h. at 75c; sundry, $6.52 61 72 

B. C. Marine Ltd.: tin, 210 lb. at 85c; new -rings for valve and for 2 pistons, $90; brass con- 
denser tubes, 160 ft. at 50c; lead, 138 lb. at 25c; labour, $684.30; sundries, $102.66 1, 169 96 

Campbell-Gordon Co.: packing, $50.58; manhole gasket, $12.40 62 98 

City Wharf Co., Ltd., coal, 7 tons at $7.50, 5$ tons at $7, 2 tons at $6 ■ 103 00 

Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.: gold seal water-hose, 50 ft. at 40$c; round water hose, 100 

ft. at 26$c; sundries, $7.35 54 10 

Imperial Oil Ltd.: fuel oil, 1,893-06 brl. at $1.57$, 469-9 brl. at $1.59$; engine oil, 110-5 

gal. at 71c; royalite oil, 20 cases at $2.25, 4 cases at $2.30. 3,863 82 

Jameson, R. C. & Co.: white zinc, 50 lb. at 28c; outside white, 5 gal. at $2.80; sundries, 

$61 . 65 89 65 

Menchions, W. R., set of hardwood fenders, $123; Wood, Vallance & Leggat, hardware, $52.16 175 16 

Ross & Howard Iron Works Co.: mild steel, 320 lb. at 10c; labour, $88.15; sundries, $9.38. . 129 53 

Sankey & Manson: cotton waste, 100 lb. at 18$c, 200 lb. at 19c, 100 lb. at 20c; sundries, $3.15 79 65 

Simson, Balkwill & Co.: manilla rope, 394 lb. at 33c, 375 at 33$c, 349 at 35c, 99 at 39c, 768 
at 41c; wire rope, 200 ft. at 33c; zinc plates, 480 lb. at 25c, 480 lb. at 28c; canvas, 40 

yd. at $1.16; tube packing, 1,300 lb. at l-8c.; sundries, $139.97 1,26146 

Union Oil Co. of California: fuel oil, 434-4 brl. at SI .52 1 662 46 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co.: repairs to tug, $2,563; overhauling 3 oil pumps, $75; nickel 

babbit, 200 lb. at 90c; zinc plates, 49 lb. at 45c; labour, $258.77; sundries, $30.82 3, 129 64 

Small payments: laundrywork, $37.91; groceries, $31.55; labour, $23.20; 3 cases gold dust, 
$22.50; water supplied, $20.75; aprons and coats, $19.50; thermometer, $14.30; sundries, 
$150.79 320 50 

Tug "Point Hope." 

Masters: J. T. Noel, 10 m. at $100, 2 m. at $115, travel and outlay, $13.35; J. B. Peters, Feb. 

4 d., Mar., 8 d., $43.95 1,287 30 

Engineer, P. Gordon, 10 m. at $100, 2 m. at $115; fireman, W. Malbey, 6 m. at $60, 6 m. at 

$65 1 , 980 00 

Deck hands at $50, $486.23, at $55, $270.75; board of crew, $1,084.40 1,841 38 

Brunette Saw Mill Co.: lumber, $38.54; carpenters' time, 120 h., $72; use of ways, $18; 

sundries, $38.92 167 46 

Carried forward 369,789 36 



V — 208 A I DITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, mi-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Dredge Vessels: British Columbia— Concluded. % cts. 

Vaisseaux dragueurs: Colombie-Britannique — Fin. 

Brought forward 369,780 36 

Tug "Point Hope "—Concluded. 

Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Co.: repairing drawbridge damaged by tug 1,738 87 

Gilly Bros., coal, 22 tons at $7.55 166 10 

Imperial Oil Ltd.: royalitc oil, 6 cases at $2.25; colza oil, 8 gal. at $1.75, 8 gal. at $1.11; castor 

oil, 45-8 gal. at 32c; sundry, $1.84 52 87 

Kirk & Co., coal, 215 tons at $6.75, 30 tons at $6.50 1 , 646 25 

McQuade, Peter & Son: cotton waste, 200 lb. at 18c; manila rope, 101 lb. at 39c; black 

steel, 58 lb. at 40c; zinc plates, 75 lb. at 25c, 74 lb. at 28c; sundries, $48.69 186 75 

Prior, E. G. & Co., supplies, $65.24; Royal Columbian Hospital, private ward for Capt. 

Noel, 14 d., $52.50 117 74 

Robertson Iron Works: refitting and altering smokestack, $176; smithwork, etc., $93.25 269 25 

Simson Balkwill & Co.,: condenser tubes, 1, 126| lb. at 30c; fibre ferrules, 600 at 7c; cartage, 

25c 380 12 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co.: hauling, launching, cleaning and painting, $425; renewing 

floor in engine room, $37.50; foundry work, $375.45; water, $1 838 95 

Small payments: packing, $49.32; medical services, $45; hardware, $37.17; galv. iron tank, 

$22.65; water, $13.92; sundries, $108.81 276 87 

Snagboat "Cygnet." 
Captain, J. Homans, April 1-Oct. 16, $812.50; watchman, Oct. 16-Feb. 28, $337.50; outlay, $5 1, 155 00 
Engineer, J. Dean, April 1-Oct. 16, Feb. 22 d., $910.71, travel, $40.40; mate, April 1-Oct. 16, 

$520, travel, $18.20 1,489 31 

Deckhands, $1,526.17; cooks, $806.50; firemen, $645.72; watchmen, $422.50; carpenters, 

$58.13 3,459 02 

Albert & McCaffery: coal, 8 tons at $9, 141 tons at $7; lime and cement, $3.75 1,062 75 

British Columbia Packers' Association: wharfage on coal, 141 tons, at $1; 'provisions, $88.04. 229 04 

Kaien Hardware Co.: steel boiler tubes, 160, $1,270; hardware, etc., $399.27 1,669 27 

Tite, Geo. D.: dinner set, $26; 20 blinds with rollers, $22; 6 pr. sheets, $21; 6 bed spreads, 

$18; sundries, $58.35 145 35 

Groceries and provisions: British American Cannery, $108.65; R. Cunningham & Son, 

$112.94; Frizzell's, $1,491.61; Inverness Canning Co., $94.20; Kildala Packing Co., $63.45; 

Munro Bros., $403.10; Wallace Fisheries, Ltd., $103.65 2,377 60 

Small payments: laundrywork, $59.83; boat hire, $25.50; brass valve, $25; 10 screw shackles 

with freight, $21.25; 12 life belts recovered, $16.80; sundries, $48.76 . 197 14 

Drilling Plant. 
Conductors: R. Hampton, April-May, $250; F. J. Jones, June 7 d., Aug. 1-Oct. 22, $366.93, 

outlay, $1.85 618 78 

Engineer, $490.43; drillmen, $448.22; launchmen, $170; watchmen, $345.45; blacksmith, 

$425.55; carpenters, $94.50; helpers, $743.22 2, 717 37 

Canadian Explosives Ltd.: dynamite, 350 lb. at 35c, 1,250 lb. at 33-4c; connecting wire, 

8,640 ft. at l-8c; sundry, $6.73 702 25 

Hickman Tye Hardware Co.: cotton waste, 110 lb. at 20c; sundry, $30.55 52 55 

Imperial Oil Ltd.: engine distillate, 2,340 gal. at 18c, 563 gal. at 16|c; engine oil, 16 gal. at 

78c, 10 gal at 80c; royalite oil, 6 cases at $2.25, 1 at $2.30 550 38 

Leigh, James & Sons: flooring, 2, 700 ft. at $30; sundry, $1 82 00 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co.: hauling, launching, cleaning, painting and repairs, $790; 

sundries, $25.22 815 22 

Warner, J. H. & Co.: boiler tubes, 1,750 lb. at 15c; hauling, $1.50 264 00 

Small payments: ton blacksmith coal, $28; hauling, cleaning and painting scow, $31; packing, 

$27.05; glazing plate, $22; sundries, $73.25 181 30 

Total, carried to page V-182 393,231 46 

Gatineau New Boom— Nouveau barrage flottant sur la Gatineau. 

King's Printer's account r. 75 85 

Slides and Booms: Improvements— Glissoirs et estacades: Ameliorations. 

Burleigh Falls, Ont., repairs to slide ($542.49)— 

Pay-list, Nov. 20-Dec 20: foreman, Wm. McGregor, $94.73; carpenters, $102.75; labourers, 

$48; teamsters, $18.34 263 82 

Johnston, John: 7, 635 ft. lumber at $30 229 05 

Iron, 361 lb. rd., $23.47; sundry, $26.15 49 62 

High Falls Station, Coulonge River, repairing foundation, etc. ($2,999.97) — 

Pay-list, Sept. 3-Nov. 24: axemen, $946.02; carpenters, $211.50; labourers, $683.12; team- 
sters $165 . 2 005 64 
Cotton, A., 1 , 450 1. ft pine, $362.50; W. J. Lough, 10, 960 ft! oak, $295.92 '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ' 658 42 
Proudfoot, A. G., pine, 1,925 b. ft., $53.90, 97 1. ft., $32.01; Smith Bros., 10,000 ft. maple, 

$250 335 91 

Total, carried to page V— 3 3, 542 46 



PUB LIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 209 



Roads and Bridges: Summary— Routes et ponts: Resume. $ cts. 

Dominion Roads and Bridges Generally 2, 375 81 

Edmonton Bridge Repairs 697 86 

Ottawa, Maintenance and Repairs of Bridges 5, 031 19 

Total, carried to page V— 2 8, 104 86 

Roads and Bridges— Routes et ponts. 

Dominion Traffic Bridges ($2,375.81) — 

Banff Bridge ($436.72)— 

Carpenters, 154 h., $77; labourers, 605 h., $211.75 288 75 

Brewster Transport Co. Ltd.: livery and transfer 115 20 

Lumber, 720 ft., $24.48; sundry, $8.29 32 77 

Brvson Bridge ($595.41)— 

Axemen, 50| h., $126.25; carter, 8 d., $28; mechanics, 33£ d., $92.13 246 38 

Coulonge Hardware Co., 500 lb. nails, $30; Smith Bros., 1,950 ft. cedar, $54.60, 9,444 ft. 

pine, $264.43 349 03 

Chapleau Bridge ($363.13)— 

Foreman, 19£ d., $53.63; labourers, 71| d., $176.50; teamster, 38 d., $133 363 13 

Grand River Bridge ($370.52)— v 

Foremen, llf d., $46; labourers, 24 d., $72; teamster, 3£ d., $17.50 - 135 50 

Moote, S. S.: oak, 2,000 ft. red, $92, 694 ft. white, $34.70 126 70 

Caretaker's services, y., $25; freight, $15.20; 852 ft. lumber, $47.94; sundry, $20.18. . . 108 32 

Pitts Brook Bridge ($399.03)— 

Labourers, 29 d., $87; Victor Blanchard, 2,770 ft. spruce, $66.48 153 48 

Lepage Alf.: board of men, 14 d., $21; 77 pieces round cedar, $185.70; sundry, $20 226 70 

Small payments: forging, $11.20; sundry, $7.65 18 85 

Rapides des Joachims Bridges ($91.05) — 

Labourers, llf d., $35; teamsters, 2-7 d., $13.50 48 50 

Travel of S. E. Smith, $37.55; sundry, $5 42 55 

Matapedia Bridge ($118.95) — 

Conductor, 8 d., $24; labourers, 11 d., $27.50; teamster, 3 d., $18 « 69 50 

Deals, 670 ft., $16.75; 1 keg spikes, $8.75; travel of M. Leblanc, $23.95 49 45 

Minaki: Canadian Government Railways: year's rent of privilege of crossing right of- 

way of Transcontinental Railway 1 00 

Edmonton Bridge ($697.86)— 

Labourers, 79 h. at 50c, 55 h. at 40c 61 50 

City of Edmonton: repairs to low level bridge: labour, $776.56; 19,480 lb. rails, $487.01; 
wood blocks, 87-6 sq. yd oiled, $175.20, 59 sq.yd. new, $59; sundry, $237.77; 10 p.c. 
supervision, $173.55; total $1,909.09; government share of cost of repairs, | of $1,909.09 636 36 

Ottawa City, Maintenance and Repairs of Bridges ($5,031.19) — 

Axemen, 573 d., $1,203; caretaker of lights, Laurier Ave. Bridge, Apr.-Feb., $55; carters, 
254f d., $737.45; labourers, 758 d., $1,516; mechanics, 278 d., $695; teamster, 1J d., 
S7.50 ' 4 213 95 

Lawson, Thos. & Sons: cast iron cap for guard fence, 6,595 lb., $395.70; sundry, $8 ;59 404 29 

Wright & Co.: 29-755 t. crushed stone, $66.96; 17-375 t. limestone, $32.29; 50 cu. yd. sand, 

S62.50; sundry, $4.58; less 366 bags returned, $36.60 129 73 

King's Printer's Account 110 74 

Cant dogs, 6, $15; 1 doz. axes, $15.50; 5 gal. raw oil, $10; painting 2 signs, $28; 6 peaveys, 

$14.25; 2 kegs wire nails, $11; sundry, $78.73 172 48 

Total, as on page V— 209 8 104 86 

Telegraph Lines: Construction and Repairs: Summary. 
Lignes telegraphiques : Construction et reparations: Sommaire. 

Mar. Prov. — 

Cape Breton lines, repoling and repairs 4, 504 55 

Chatham-Escuminac line, Extension 2 07 

Quebec — 

Dorchester County — telephone lines 3, 699 88 

Quebec County — telephone lines 1 2, 372 25 

Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Battleford, He la Crosse line 811 71 

Extension of Lac Labiche telephone line 1 , 198 00 

Moose Jaw, Wood Mountain, renewal of poles 4,577 65 

Peace River line, Office at Dunvegan 31 85 

Peace River line, renewal of poles between Edmonton and Athabasca 1,556 39 

Peace River line, repairs, etc., Pouce Coupe and Athabasca-Grouard 1,455 25 

Repairs and improvements to office buildings , 2,065 47 

Shifting lines to roadways 2,992 32 

British Columbia, Mainland — 

Telephone lines, Kootenay District 7, 574 41 

Telegraph and telephone lines, general repairs, etc 19, 176 97 

Yukon line, Office building at Telkwa 674 30 

Total, carried to page V— 2 52,693 07 

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V — 210 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-101S 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Telegraph Lines: Construction and Repairs. 
Lignes telegraphiques: Construction et reparations. $ cts. 

Cape Breton Lines, repoling and repairs (S4.504.55) — 

Big Bras d' Or— English town: poles, 260 at $1; labour, 15 d. at $3, 77 at $1.75 439 75 

Big Bras d'Or— Upper Kempt Head ($946.70)— 

Foreman, Wm. McLean, Sept., Nov., Dec, 54 d., $102, horse and waggon, 54 d., $154, 

outlay, $16.20 332 20 

Linemen, 34* d., $86.25; labourers, 233$ d., $467 553 25 

Meals, etc 61 25 

Grand Narrows— Eskasoni ($936.32)— 

Foreman, A. D. McKinnon, 37 d Ill 00 

Lineman, 35 d., $60.57; labourers, 277 $d., $555 615 57 

McKinnon, Alex., hire of horse and waggon, 37 d Ill 00 

Meals, etc., $92.75; horse hire, $6 98 75 

Leitches Creek— Sydney ($1,253.78) — 

Foreman, Jos. Logue: Nov. 1-Dec. 7, Jan. 14-25, 43 d., $47.69; outlay, $77.55 125 24 

Lineman, C. Dixon, $58.14; labourers, 147$ d., $339.25 .397 39 

Logue, R.: hire of horse and waggon, 44 d. at $3; oats, $22.40 154 40 

Poles. 264 at $2; meals, etc., $48.75. Paid as follows: N. Campbell, $116, R. Campbell 

$154, C. Rudderham, $228, small payments, $78.75 576 75 

McCormacks-Whyoocomagh: poles, 928 at $1 928 00 

Chatham-Escuminac line, extension: King's Printer 2 07 

Dorchester County, telephone lines ($3,699.88)— 

Martineau, A., on account construction of lines 3,310 00 

Steel Co. of Canada: wire at $7.30, $381.06, at $7.35, $8.82 ' 389 88 

Quebec County, telephone lines: Martineau, A.: construction of lines, 46| miles, $7,933,; wire, 
$438; poles over standard length, $21.25; less $20 deduction for uncompleted work, and less 

$6,000 paid in 1914-15, V-331 2,372 25 

Battleford— He la Crosse Line, Completion ($811.71)— 

Foreman, G. G. Mann: Feb.-Mar, $35; travel, $36.40; outlay, $6 77 40 

Northern Electric Co.: 250 guy clamps, $47.88; 50 anchor rods, $23.05; sundries, $67.56. . . 138 49 
Revillon Freres: paid wages of men, $227.75; room and boara of 2 men, 39 d., $78; provi- 
sions, $46.72; freight, $38.41; sundry, $25.80 416 68 

Freight and expressage, $88.29; tending team, 50 d., $20; travel of men, $20; sundry, $50.85 - 179 14 
Extension of Lac Labiche telephone line ($1,198) — 

Foreman, J. McLean: Oct., $100; travel and outlay, $36.35 136 35 

Labourers, 67 d. at $2.50, 5 d. at $2; hauling supplies, $24.25 201 75 

G. T. P. Railway, freight on supplies, $73.53; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, $81.76 155 29 

Macdonald-Cooper Ltd., provisions, $129.21; Walker, A. I., poles, 249 at $2 627 21 

Provisions, $23.36; freight, $18.94; travel of H. Hunt, $17.20; sundry, $17.90 77 40 

Moosejaw-Wood Mountain, Renewal of poles ($4,577.65) — 

Cooper, Harvey, unloading, hauling and piling 3 cars of poles 60 00 

Coroline, Mike, labour 12 d. at $3, man and team, 10 d. at $0 96 00 

Lemieux, Frank, freighting poles, 680, $340; Lobb & Clark, cedar poles, 1,350 at $2.58 3,823 00 

Wilson, C. M., freighting 550 poles from Limerick to Wood Mountain 440 00 

Provisions, $43.85; unloading, hauling and piling 3 cars of poles, $42; travel and outlay of 

C. H. R. Clark, $30.05; labour 10 d., $15; horse feed, $14.60; sundries, $13.15 158 65 

Peace River line, Office at Dunvegan ($31.85) — 

Legal services, A. Phimester, Peace River, Alta 31 85 

Peace River Line, renewal of poles between Edmonton and Athabasca ($1,556.39) — 

Foreman, F. H. Pettiford: Nov. 1-Dec. 15, $148.39; travel and outlay, $101.65 250 04 

Linemen: Albert Chretien, 24$ d., $d4.38; L. Devlin, 21$ d., $64.50; S. McKinley, 7d., $21; 

Jos. Michaud, 24 d., $60 209 88 

Cook, Wm. Beaudette, 35$ d., $106.50; men with teams, A. Cullen, 13$ d., $67.50, J. Cyr, 

11 d $55 229 00 

Groundm'en: W. Curry, 27$ d., $64.75; Geo. Johnston, 30$ d., $71.75; 6. Maguire, 33 d., 

$81.25; S. Royce, 29 d., $71.25; sundry, $73.75 362 75 

Nelson, John T., 76 poles, $93; Rennison Bros., groceries and provisions, $161.85 254 85 

Provisions, $119.40; tent, $18.50; spikes, $14.50; sundry, $97.47. 249 87 

Peace River Line, repairs etc., Pouce Coupe and Athabasca-Grouard ($1,455.25) — 

Linemen: C. Foster, 12jd. including board, $51; S. Hargrave, 36 d., $90; G. Johnson, 36 d., 

$90; sundry, $63.75 294 75 

Groundmen: C. Overholt, 41 d., $92.25; W. J. Viccars, 23 d., $51.75; Wm. Viccars, 18 d., 

$40.50 184 50 

Men with teams: B. Walking, 12 d.. $60; C. F. Richards, 40-5 d., $222.75 282 75 

Sundry labour: at S3, $133.50; at $2.25, $33.18 166 68 

McMullen, R., poles, 50 at $1.25; Northern Electric Co., 1,000 oiled side blocks, $45, 

freight, $5.89 113 39 

Sexsmith, D., provisions, $55.95; travel and outlay of A. W. Cass, $87.89 143 84 

Provisions, $153.50; telegraph poles, 50, $65; sundries, $50.84 269 34 

Repairs and improvements to office buildings, Saskatchewan and Alberta ($2,065.47) — 

Athabasca: beaver-board on walls, woodwork painted, etc., $70.50; 2 rolls roofing and 2 

rolls tar-paper, $11 81 50 

Carried forward 20,291 10 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 211 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Telegraph Lines: Construction and Repairs— Continued. $ cts. 

Lignes telegraphiques: Construction et reparations— Suite. 

Brought forward 20, 291 10 

Repairs and improvements to office buildings — Concluded. 
Battleford ($1 . 147)— 

Boughey, Chas.: raising ceiling, building stairway partition, etc., $187; moving par- 
tition and replastering, $62; making new windows, etc., $60; altering counter, $25; 

painting and varnishing, $175; repairs to heating apparatus, $290 799 00 

Brassard, D.: varnishing interior, $112, exterior, $91.50; kalsomining 7 rooms, $56; 

bronzing 12 radiators, $18; repairs to out-houses, stable and shed, $70.50 348 00 

Glaslyn: T.J.Bell: lumber, $204.97; shingles, $32.50; brick, $16; nails, doors, etc., $95.75 349 22 

Green Lake ($100)— 

Hudson's Bay Co.: lumber, 500 ft., $22; labour, $37.50; sundries, $22.25 81 75 

Revillon Freres, labour 18 25 

Onion Lake: Hamilton, E., renovating building 300 00 

Willow Bunch: Lachance, A., storm windows, door and porch 87 75 

Shifting lines to roadway, Saskatchewan and Alberta ($2,992.32) — 

Foreman, G. G. Mann.: Nov .-Dec, $35; travel, $20.55 55 55 

Battleford Grocery & Shore Store, provisions ; 79 10 

Northern Electric Co., supplies, $60.20; Prince Bros., 8 coils wine, $72 132 20 

Digging 185 holes at 30c; hauling poles, $285.20; labour, $227.20; poles, 475 cedar at $2.60, 
tamarack, 300 at $1.25, 38 at $1.50; teaming, $158; travel, $92.95; sundry, $239.62. 
Paid as follows: F. Dufresne, $1,345; F. Esovoloff, $124.60; F. Markoff, $131.o0; 

J. Taylor, $290; J. B. Wells, $224; sundry, $610.27 2, 725 47 

Telephone Lines, Kootenay District, B.C. ($7,574.41)— 

Foreman, A. B. Godfrey, 24 d. at $4.75; A. Grindrod, 9 d. at $3.75, 59| at $4.75; H. Latre- 
mouille, 19 d. at $4.75, 25 at $5.25; linemen, 105-d. at $4.25, 23| at $4.50; groundmen 
and cooks, 11 d. at $2.50, 566| at $3.50, 187 at $4; hire of motor boat, 51| d. at $2.50; 
teams, 16£ d. at $6.50, 17| at $7, 22| at $7.50; less $966.91 deducted for board and 

paid F. Adie and W. H. Stevens 3, 522 45 

Adie, Fred.: cedar poles, 275 at $2; board of linemen, etc, $335.25; sundries, $49.45 934 70 

Corby, C. W., teaming, 22 d., $154; Hunsbedt, H., linework, 28 d., $84 238 00 

Mcintosh, D., team hire, $66; Waneta Power Co., 30-ft. poles, 95, $190 256 00 

Marlatt & MacKenzie: tent, $40; 6 pr. comealongs, $34.35; sundries, $72.30 146 65 

Northern Electric Co.: iron wire, 2,401 lb., $216.09; insulators, $44.50; sundries, $45.64. . 306 23 

Stevens, W. H.: board of linemen, etc., $631 .66; travel and outlay, $246.50 878 16 

Wood, Vallance Hardware Co.: explosives, $53.50; gasolene, $36.40; sundries, $28.94 118 84 

Poles, 143 at $1 .25, 70 at $1 . 15, 123 at $1, 230 at 90c, 127 at 85c; fares, meals, etc, $189 .77; 
launch and boat hire, $75; gasoline, $39.50; sundries, $62.41. Paid as follows: Edge- 
wood Lumber Co., $188.70; J. A. Friesen, $99.20; G. N. Illingworth, $74.95; W. 

Kochanik, $66.25; R. Shiell, $179.38; small payments, $455.40 1,063 88 

Advertising 109 50 

Telegraph and telephone lines, British Columbia, general repairs, etc ($19,176.97) — 

Foremen, H. Bowman, 102 d., $461.25, S. Karn, 45| d., $216.10, H. Latremouille, 110| 
d., $472.62, R. Wood, 54 d., $236.38; linemen at $3.75, $1,045.36, at $4, $150, at $4.25, 
$554.61; groundmen and cooks at $2.50, $42.50, at $3.25, $2,728.49, at $3.50, $2,467.50; 
teams at $4, $371; teaming at $5, $10, at $6, $84, at $6.50, $513.50, at $7, $591.50, at 
$7.25, $105.12; boating, $108.75; hire of auto truck at $5, $122.50; sundry, $8. Less 
$2,294.97 deducted for board and paid H. Bowman, M. Royd and W. H. Stevens.. .. 7,994 21 

Bowman, H.: board of men, $251.80; outlay, $6.25 258 05 

Buckless, F. C: team and man, 10^ d., $84; fares and cartage, $134 218 00 

Canada Copper Corp.: linework, board included, $267.65; poles, etc., $74.12 341 77 

Innis, D. J.: team hire, 45 d., $360; hauling, $6.75; poles, 250 at $2.25, 36 at $2.75, 96 at 

$2.90, 4 at $4, 2 at So; less royalty on timber, $103.75 1,228 90 

Latremouille, H., difference in wages as foreman and lineman, 16 d 30 72 

Northern Electric Co.: wire at 9-5c, $126.26, at 9c, $576, at 8-75c, $266.53, sundry, 
$89.90; 12 sets, $210; insulators, $150.40; brackets, $110.20; cross arms, $83; sundries, 

$116.20; freight, etc., $107.83 1,836 32 

Okanagan Telephone Co., clamps, etc., $65.27; Royds, M. T., board, $22.30 87 57 

Provincial Forestry Branch, royalty on timber 103 75 

Stevens, W. H.: wages of linemen, etc., $783.29; freight, $305.73; automobile hire, $200; 

travel, etc., $127.25; board of line parties, $2,020.87 3,437 14 

Wilcox Hall Co., tent, $50, sundries, $25.40; Wright, R., linework, $62.45 137 85 

Poles at $1.25, $25, at $1.45, $245.05, at $1.65, $561, at $1.75, $280, at $1.85, $277.50, at 
$1.86, $122.76, at $2, $208, at $3, $90, at $3.25, $906.75, at $4, $52; linework, at $2.50, 
$56.25, at $3, $90, at S3. 25, $58.50; meals, etc., $173.55; hardware, $154.21; teaming, 
$60; smithwork, $35.75; sundries, $106.37. Paid as follows: F. J. Bossley, $770.25; 
R. W. Bruhn, $1,083.55; E. R. Dawson, $136.50; T. Doucette, $75; A. A. Faulkner, 
$142; G. N. Loomis, $260.15; J. Milton, $60; Northern Transfer Co., $215.70; T. 

Rabbit, $122.76; small payments, $636.78 3,502 69 

Yukon Line, office building at Telkwa ($674.30)— 

Purchase price of site, North Coast Land Co 150 00 

Svenson, N.: building office, $450; excavating, etc., $50 500 00 

Legal services, Fisher & Warton 24 30 

Total, as on page V— 209 52,693 07 

1— 14|v 



V— 212 1/ DITOB GENERAL'B REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Architectural Staff: Salaries— Service de Tarchitecture: Appolntements. f us. 

( 'harlottotown, J. J. McDuff, 12 m 999 96 

Halifax: Win. liishop, 12 m., $1,500; D. B. Ledden, 12 m., $180 1,680 00 

St. John: D. H. Waterbury, 12 m., $1,950; typist, Miss E. Armstrong, 12 m., $660 2,610 00 

Quebec: J. F. Cayouette, 12 m., $999.96; I. Lacasse, April-Aug., $583.30; U. L'Heuroux, 12 m., 

$725; A. Pouliot, Sept.-Mar., $816.62; T. Vermette, 12 m., $732 3,856 88 

Montreal: R. Deschamps, 12 m., $1,800; G. S. Gingras, 12 m., $1,800; L. Malette, 12 m., 

$1,500; P. A. Mousseau, 12 m., $1,200; typing, Miss A. Thibault, 12 m., $900, sundry, 

$46.15 7,246 15 

Fort William, R. E. Mason, June-Mar 291 60 

Ottawa: R. S. Croll, 12 m., $1,533.28; J. S. Kingston, 12 m M $1,652.72; A. Sturgess, 12 m., 

$1,200 4,386 00 

Toronto: H. E. Hamilton, April-Jan., $1,075; T. A. Hastings, $2,100; A. F. Maclaren, 1 m., 

$139.32; typing, Miss M. Caldwell, 12 m., $699.96, M. Harris, $30 4,044 28 

Winnipeg: Ada Curran, 12 m., $960; J. E. Cyr, 12 m., $1,999.92; C. Gerrie, 12 m., $1,800; R. 

Marion, 12 m., $1,200; H. E. Matthews, 12 m., $2,499.96; R. Thomson, 12 m., $1,999.92; 

typist, Miss M. Boyd, April-Feb., $733.26 11, 193 06 

Regina: J. Jopling, 12 m., $1,200; W. F. Mollard, $1,899.96 3,099 96 

( Jalgary, Leo Dowler, 12 m 600 00 

Lrthbridge, E. E. Carver, 12 m 349 93 

Vancouver, J. C. Wright, 12 m 1,800 00 

Victoria, 12 m.: J. G. Brown, $1,999.92; Wm. Henderson, $2,700; H. E. Nelson, $1,248; W. T. 

Titzel, $2,400; Miss T. P. Gowen, $691.63; Miss H. Hughes, $699.96 9,739 51 

Total, carried to page V— 3 51,897 33 



Monument to the Memory of His Late Majesty King Edward VII. 
Monument a la memoire de feu Sa Majcste" le roi Edouard VII. 

Allward, W. S., on account contract for erection of monument, $4,050; less $1,350, paid in 

1916-17 2, 700 00 

Rhind, B., freight on model * 2 61 

Total, carried to page V— 3 2,702 61 

National Gallery of Canada— Galerie Nationale du Canada. 

Art Association of Montreal: "Landscape" by J. M. Barnsley, $200; "Danville Roses" by F. S. 
Coburn, $300; "First Snow" by P. B. Earle, $250; "Street Scene, Quebec" by C. E. Gag- 
non, $300; "My Old Montreal Model" by R. Harris, $250; "Garden of Light" by A. D. 

Rosaire, $750; 13 sketches, $95 2, 145 00 

Art Museum of Toronto, 12 etchings and one lithograph 125 00 

Brownell, Franklin, 5 pastel drawings "Byward Market" 175 00 

Edwards, Francis: Cassell's Academy pictures, 1888-1910, $14.60; 51 vols. "Studio," $63.27.. 77 87 

Grier, E. Wyly, oil painting, "Master of Northcote" 500 00 

Hahn, Emanuel, bronze statuette, "Indian" 400 00 

Heliotype Co.: 27 negatives and 3 prints each, $95.50; 24 slides, $12; rebinding 94 slides, 

$18.80; sundry, $11 .10 137 40 

Hope & Sons, Jas.: set Encyclopedia Britannica, $166.75; sundry, $18.30 185 05 

Keppol & Co., Fred., 5 engravings, $161; Shore, H. M., "Negro Woman and Children," $1,000 1, 161 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: steel cabinet, $125; 2,000 cards, $5 130 00 

Ontario Society of Artists: "Aphrodite's Realm" by F. S. Challoner, $350; "Northern Light" 
by F. H. Johnston, $250; "Asters and Apples" by J. E. Macdonald, $150; "Study in Rose 

and Green" by Mary Reid, $200 950 00 

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts: "A Summer Storm" by W. M. Barnes, $300; "The Sisters" 
by C. deBelle,$300; "Late Fall, Manitoba" by L. L. Fitzgerald, $275; "Moccasin Flowers" 
by R. Holmes, $300; "Rocks of Georgian Bay" by C. W. Jeffreys, $150; "Guardian of 
the Gorge", $300 and "Magic Pool", $100 by F. H. Johnston; "Winter Camouflage" by 
A-Lismer, $350; ""Cattle by the Creek" by J. E. H. Macdonald, $300; "Spring's Garland" 
by H. G. Neilson, $500; "Breaking for the Tunnel" by H. R. Perigard, $225; "Snow 
Magic" by Mary Wrinch, $250; "Sun Worshipper," bronze statue, by Florence Wyle, 
$350; 9 etchings and pictures, $238; travelling scholarship awarded to M. E. Macdonald, 

$1,000 4,938 00 

Scribners & Sons, Chas.: one Kennedy, etched work of Whistler, $390; sundry, $17. 14 407 14 

Wolf, Austin M., 7 pictures, special price 125 00 

Staff, 12 m.: Geo. Harbour, $1,200; Mrs. Lesieur, $360; A. J. Odam, $1,549.98; L. Park, 

$586.81; H. Walker, $681 .27 4,378 06 

Travel and outlay: Eric Brown, $632.72; F. J. Shepherd, $54.28; Sir Edmund Walker, $140.27 827 27 

King's Printer, $14.22; Stationery Office, $57.14 :.. 71 36 

Binding books, $30.50; books, $97.91; pr. boots, $7; car tickets, $35; engraving letters, $36.97; 
express and cartage, $110.18; hardware, $113.35; gold leaf, $16.55; lumber, $57.15; 147 
lens, moulding, $59.01; 91 negatives, $45.50; paper, $38.18; packing, $22; pictures, S260.65; 
subscriptions, $76.10; tolls, $21.73; sundry, $110.22 1,138 00 

Total, carried to page V— 3 17,871 15 



PI BLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V — 213 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Chief Engineer's Staff— Personnel sons le mlcanicien en chef. $ cts. 

Dredging staffs ($19,381.17)— 

St. John, N. B.: J. K. Blenkinsop, y., $2,400; Miss M. Donahue, $750; Miss A. Duffy, 

$649.92; F. McCarthy, $1,500; J. McMurray, $1,599.96; S. A. Payne, $1,599.96 8,499 84 

Montreal: W. Graham,y 1,260 00 

Winnipeg: D. A. Mclntyre, y* 1,999 92 

Vancouver: E. A. Burns, y. $1,599.96; R. Hall, $1,800; A. H. Seaton, Apr. 1-Nov. 17, 

$1, 135; F. H. Shepherd, Oct. 12-Mar. 31, $1,411.45 5,946^41 

Victoria: C. H. Revercombe, y 1,675*00 

Languedoc, G. de G., supervising engineer, Feb.-Mar 400.00 

Small, F. S., extra allowance, as engineer-in-charge, Dec. 29, 1915 to Feb. 28, 1917 704 84 

Engineers on active service receiving full civil pay: A. A. Anderson, yr., $1,500; W. E. Blue, 

$1,500; E.G.Brown, Apr., $75; C. S. Cunningham, y. $699.96; P. E. Doncaster, $2,199.96; 

A. E. Dubuc, $2,499.96; W. Everall, Apr .-Oct., $1,050; W. J. Forbes-Mitchell, y. $2,100; 

A. W. Gregory, $1,500; J. Hobbs, $1,200; G. P. Huguet, $1,399.92; J. F. Inderwick, 
$1,599.96; V. J. Kent, $1,999.92; W. E. Keyt, $1,500; H. J. Lamb, $3,000; D. A. 
JMcQuarrie, $1,500; C. M. Macreath, $1,500; R. H. Nicholson, $1,500; J. K. Partridge, 
$1,320; R.W.Powell, $1,500; W. F. Richardson, $2,400; G. C. Rogers, Apr .-Nov., $1,000; 

B. Ross, y., $900; J. C. Stewart, $1,500; E. A. Thomas, $1,500; H. A. Thompson, $1,200; 
G. H. Thurber, $900; F. H. Tingley, $1,200; R. D. Twiss, Apr .-July, $486.64; Elzear 
Valiquet, Apr .-July, $566 .64.. .••••.••. 

Engineers on active service receiving partial civil pay — 

Beith, Robin C: 12 m., $1,500; less pay as lieutenant, 365 d. at $2.60 

Bender, M.: June 22-Mar. 31, $1, 162.50; less pay as mate on Niobe, 283 d. at $2.50 

Bennett, H. F.: 12 m., $1,699.92; less, pay as lieutenant, 55 d. at $2.60, as captain, 310 d. 
at $3.75 

Burbridge, Geo. H.: Apr .-May, $250; less pay as lieutenant, 61 d. at $2.60 

Dodge, G. T.: 12 m., $1,299.96; less pay as lieutenant, 365 d. at $2. 60 

Harcourt, F. Y.: 12 m., $2,499.96; less pay as captain, 365 d. at $3.75 

Hull, G. B.: 12 m., $2,799.96; less pay as captain, 365 d. at $3.75 

Jeffrey, C. C: 12 m., $1,500; less pay as lieutenant, 365 d. at $2.60 

Morse, G. P.: 12 m., $2, 100; less pay from military sources, $969.79 

Renault, J. A. B.: June 22-Oct. 31, $394. 14; less pay as mate on Niobe, 132 d. at $2.50 

Trottier, J. P.: Apr. 7-Dec. 31, $880; less pay as gunner, 269 d. at $1.10 

Van Wart, F. W.: 12 m., $1,200: less pay as gunner, 365 d. at $1.10 

Engineers, inspectors and others, employed on special works prior to enlistment, now on active 

service: T.Ashley, Apr .-Sept., $315.90; G. Bangarter, y., $540; E. D. Bellew, $1,248; 

T. G. Bolitho, $1,500; J. R. Bowen, Apr. 1-Mar. 11, $797.12; H. R. Bradley, y., $1,080; 

W. B. Bradley, $972; A. A. Chartrand, $631.80; G. T. Chartrand, $799.92; T. H. Dai- 
ry mple, $900; W. Elford, $960; T. Gerard, Apr.-Jan., $877.50; G. Goodwin, $1,500; F. 

Graham, $810; T. Hogan, $540; C. S. Jones, Apr. 1-Mar. 11, $946.23; C. King, y.; $1,080; 

J. M. Lamb, $900; H. Lambourne, $960; F. H. Ledford, Apr.-May, $162; P. McManus, 

y., $1,080; G. L. Martin, $1,200; F. Nichols, $1,200; C. F. Rhodes, $972; A. L. Ritchie, 

$720; N. Ross, $1,099.92; A. Russell, $480; E. Silvester, $540; G. M. Smith, $900; W. B. 

Spicer, $1,080; H. G.Walsh, $1,020; J. Wheatley, $600 28,412 39 

Detailed with other votes — 

Harbours and Rivers— Nova Scotia (Page V— 135) 41 ,j026 71 

" Prince Edward Island (Page V— 137) 8, 140 46 

" " New Brunswick (Page V— 140) 32, 424 83 

" " Quebec (Page V— 152) 99,094 55 

Ontario (Page V— 161) 112,457 76 

Manitoba (Page V— 162) 13,380 50 

" " Saskatchewan and Alberta (Page V— 162) 13, 988 12 

British Columbia (Page V— 168) 43,017 71 



42,797 96 


551 00 


455 00 


394 42 


91 40 


350 96 


1,131 21 


1,431 21 


551 00 


1,130 21 


64 14 


584 10 


798 50 



Total 462, 760 15 

Less, charged to War Appropriation (Page V — 258) 78, 743 50 

Total, carried to page V— 3 384, 016 65 



Construction of storage dams, etc., on River Ottawa, also river gauging and metering. 

Construction de digues d'emmagasinement, etc., sur la riviere Ottawa; aussi jaugeage 

et mesurage de rivieres. 

Brodeur township, survey, June-July: choppers, 128 d., $258.61; rodmen, 35 d., $70 328 61 

Compensation for damages caused by flooding of lands owing to reservoir scheme: Beaudette, 
B., $500, J., $2,700; E. Boucher, $71.46; O. Brousseau, $900; A. Carufel, $42.50; Rev. 
J. H. Fugere for R. C. Church, $228 .25; J. K. Green and F. J. Fitzpatrick, $287 . 50; Hamel, 
O., $975, W., $60.50; F. A. Hawkesworth, $3,925; Mrs. A. Duclos Hebert, $250; E. 
Lemire, $45.37; J. Miron, $59; Municipality de St. Edouard de Fabre, $382.74; Oblate 
Fathers of Ville Marie, $420; J. Paquin, $440; W. R. Reay, $400; Rheault, A., $250, C, 
$640, J., $1,000, J. C, $50; E. St. Pierre, $50; H. Talon, $1,400; J. Trepannier, $35; L. 
Trudel, $392 15,504 32 

Carried forward 15 ( 832 93 



V— 214 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1917-1918 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 



Construction of storage dams, etc., on River Ottawa, also river gauging and $ cts. 

metering— Continued . 

Construction dc digues d'emmagasinement, etc., sur la riviere Ottawa; aussi jaugeage 
et mesurage de rivieres— Suite. 

Brought forward 15,832 93 

En8 EnSIeer in charge, C.R. Coutlee, y., $3,566.64; consulting engineer, J. H. Secretan, y., 

fe gl 200 4,766 64 

A distant engineers-' R F. Davy, y., $2,000.04; A. Gray, April-June, $675; C. A. Menard, 
v $1 500 A P 6'Meara; y , $1,550.04; H. H. Robertson, April-Jan., $1,500; A. 

Trudel Jan 12-Mar. 31, $440.87 7,665 95 

Clerks J A Mineau, y. $1,450; Miss P. Taylor, April-Jan., $750 2,200 00 

Da^-te^ y- S720; Boullianne, B., y., $600, E., y., $720; M. Denis, 

v «goo ^' b4 " w 

Draughtsmen:' E." J.' Gagnon, y $1 277.50; H. Pepin June 26-Mar. 31, $916.67. 2,194 17 

Foreman, J. E. Clement, y., $1,277.50; general assistant, J. de C. Hepburn, Aug., $300. . 1,577 50 

Rodmen- L Chartrand, y., $1,080; A. T. O'Neil, y., $900 1,980 00 

SenSraph^H E Bailf Aug. 16-31, $40; storekeeper, F. Shepherd, y., $1, 170 1,210 00 

Timber valuator, R. W. Ralph, v.... 1.800 00 

Gauge-readers, etc., pay-lists, April-Mar. ($6,346.25)— 

Nova Scotia: New Glasgow, J. Cowan, y.. . . ... ... . ... . ... •••••••• • • • • ■ • • • • ■ bU w 

Quebec: Calumet, E. Larose, April- Jan., $76.50; Cartieryille, R. Gauthier, Y- $9125; 
cedars U Leroux, y., $91 .25, F. Marier, y., $120; Charlemagne, F. Dunning, April 14- 
Mar. 31, $88; Chelsea, Miss E. Hyde, y., $120; Coteau du Lac, y., $84; Grand' Mere, 
J. Lavallee, Feb. 1917-Mar. 1918, $413; Kipawa, J. W. Viets, y., $60; Lachute, J. 
Tassie, v., $60; Lanorie, H. Goulet, y., $91.25; L Assomption, J W Thouin, y $60; 
LeClair, C. Germain, y., $91. 25; Lumsden's J. Kerr y, $91.25; N. Wakefield, J. 
Mullen, Sept. 4-Mar. 31, $52.25; Pte. au Trembles, W Boulianne, y., $91 .25; Poupore